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Munchies

Saturday, May 01, 2021

Anyone have tips on controlling munchies a couple hours after dinner? So hungry for sweets!
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  • MNABOY
    Get a surgical stapler and staple your mouth shut. Doesn't work for me since I'll go mthrough all pain to get a sweet.
    53 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1987279
    Pray a lot. Keep very focused. emoticon emoticon
    53 days ago
  • RHOOK20047
    I try to drink tea or water in the evening and that usually sends those cravings for me. Or I will eat a piece of fresh fruit to kill the craving.
    53 days ago
  • LINDA7677
    Either sugar free popsicle or a frozen fruit bar.
    53 days ago
  • TKLBRIDGET1
    I like whole fruit bars (ice pops) and they're only 40 calories the pineapple has big chunks of fruit in it. That way I'm getting my sweet treat and not going too far off my calorie count. emoticon
    54 days ago
  • WHITEANGEL4
    I usually make a cup of hot tea or drink some water and it gets rid of the craving for me
    54 days ago
  • PATSYH120
    I am slowly losing weight but I have to find what works for me. Counting calories works the best for me. I am a big snacker and have found some good substitutes. I eat oyster crackers--you can have 37 crackers for 67 calories--better than grabbing potato chips--I could devour a big bag of potato chips in one sitting.
    I also bought Lily's brand baking chips (I get them at Walmart but they are on Amazon also). I can have 26 chips for 55 calories--satisfies my sweet tooth. They are sweetened with Stevia and I don't detect an aftertaste but everyone is different. If you are sensitive to erythritol and other sugar alcohols, be careful not to eat too many or you will have bloating, stomach cramping, etc.
    Good luck.
    54 days ago
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