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I want to eat sweets

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

I am really having a hard time today. I really want a piece of cake or cookie, or anything sweet. I've been doing so well. There are just times I want to give up, but I have grandchildren, that I want to see grow up. If I give up, I know that I won't see them. I don't want food to be my downfall. I know that I can win this battle and I won't give in. emoticon
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  • no profile photo CD13988259
    Great job staving off those sugar cravings. I know how hard it is but it is definitely worth it when you see those pounds come off and you feel so much better. It helps to find some low sugar snack recipes that you can add in occasionally to help with those cravings. It isn't exactly the same but it does help. Good luck!
    2746 days ago
  • CSC777
    Hi Deb,
    I can feel for you because I am a sugar addict. When I want something sweet....I do one of two things. I take a few frozen bananas and almond milk put in my nutribullet and it comes out thick like ice cream....yum. Or I take 2 T of peanut butter melt in microwave, add a sliced banana and top with 2 T of cool whip. It really does hit the spot for me. Good luck. Let me know how you do. We are all in this together.

    Cheri emoticon
    2746 days ago
  • OHHHCHELLE
    Envision your nutrition tracker. If you don't wanna see cakes, cookies and other junkfood in that list with alllll that naughty sugar and alllll those horrible calories then don't eat it.
    emoticon for your grandkids and for yourself.
    All the best.
    2746 days ago
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  • SHERYLP461
    Sweets are my downfall too, I can only say that if you can hold on the cravings do go away in a few days
    2746 days ago
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