Have lots of crunchy vegetables, like broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots, around whenever you get that cheating feeling. Bulky, fibrous veggies are unbelievably filling and nutrient-dense, but they’re exceedingly low in calories.
Keep sugar-free Jell-O on hand to avoid late-night binges. Jell-O is tasty, fun to eat, and almost devoid of calories. Splurging on the entire box adds only a minor 40 calories to your daily plan.
Third trick involves sugar-free gum. Sometimes on long car rides or during very stressful days you just get the urge to chew something, even when you’re not necessarily hungry. At this time a stick of gum works wonders to get your mind off cheating.
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