Perfect examples to curb your cravings!

Chic en Chocolat


We all know the set-up. It’s 2 pm, you’re watching your favorite shows on Netflix, not a care in the world. Then…all of a sudden you realize there are some Girl Scout Thin Mints calling your name in the pantry. As much as you’ve tried to keep a healthy balance in your diet, your desire to satisfy your cravings can seem overpowering at times. What’s the secret? Well, there’s keeping yourself fuller longer by eating 5 to 6 snack-sized meals a day, but here are some additional tips for helping you to banish those cravings!

Create a distraction


Before you grab that big bag of Lays potato chips, take a second to sit down and distract yourself. Write a To-Do list, make a phone call to your friend, play dress-up with your closet, (or my personal favorite, paint your nails!) This way, your mind is swayed away from thoughts of…

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    • Jared, here are some to check out..

      Any Michael Pollan book is fantastic, especially In Defense of Food and Food Rules,
      Savor: Mindful Eating, Mindful Life by Thich Nhat Hanh & Lilian Cheung,
      Mindful Eating, Mindful Life: How to Change the Habits That Sabotage Your Health by Mary Ann Wallace,
      Eating the Moment: 141 Mindful Practices to Overcome Overeating One Meal at a Time by Pavel G. Somov,

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