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Hey! I have a bit of a sweet tooth and I'm trying to stay away from the sweets as much as possible, but it doesn't always help. You have any tips for me to control it better?
Hey, thank you for your great reply to my message! I've got another question for you- do you have any advice on how to deal with my cravings for anything sweet? I limited my daily sugars (sugarfree coffee, tea) but I still need some sweets after dinner, and it's usually chocolate, or fruit if I don't have anything. How can I deal with this in order to lose weight?
What's the best thing to do after indulging (say in like a not-so-satisfying cinnamon bun)?
It's Girl Scout cookie season. How do I save myself from wanting to eat all of them at once?
I really like carbonated drinks, so it's hard for me to give up soda. Is switching to seltzer any better or is that just as bad?
Hello again! I'm still absolutely loving all the wonderful advice your blog has to offer. Another question for you: Do you have any tips on recovering from a night of overeating/too much sugar? Any particular diet choices that are better for the next day?
“The more sugar you eat, the less fat you burn. It’s really that simple.”
“Your body is smart, but it’s stupid too. It only knows how to want what you give it. If you give it donuts every morning that’s what it’s gonna scream for.”