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  1. Hannah Mautz
    May 16, 2008

    Okay, here are two ideas (because heaven knows I have a huge sweet tooth too!)

    First Idea: Don’t buy sweets in the first place. If you can resist the urge in the grocery store, you don’t have to resist the urge at home because you don’t have them to eat! That way, if I want something sweet, I have to make it from scratch. So, eating sweets becomes a more conscious decision instead of an impulse.

    Second Idea: Put them somewhere out of sight. The concept, “Out of sight, out of mind,” is a big one for me. It isn’t fool proof, but it helps!


  2. Darla
    May 16, 2008

    Is it sweets or is it just chocolate?

    I have BOTH *sigh*. I can tame my sweet tooth with some Jolly Time 94% fat free popcorn while eating an apple OR a Jolly Rancher (you get the salt & sweet at the same time = perfect combination). Both work to cure a sweet tooth AND fill you up so you are not hungry.

    As far as chocolate, I just kinda had to go cold turkey on that one. I eat Fiber One (it’s really good) and that helps with chocolate – I know sounds weird.

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