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How does people curve their sweet carvings.

Thu. Sep 15, 3:05pm

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Jello, fat free
frozen Grapes
crystal light

Thursday, September 15, 2005, 3:19 PM

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frozen mini charleston chews - 15 cals each or so, and 2 will be a quick cure
fat free jello pudding snacks
Lifesavers Sourz hard candy
Diet Rite soda - cola and orange, I think the other flavors are gross
Diet Swiss Miss hot cocoa - only 25 calories per packet, and I think it tastes the same as the other stuff - but I make it with a little less water than it recommends so it's more chocolatey

Thursday, September 15, 2005, 3:47 PM

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Extremely high-end dark chocolate allows me to eat something sweet, but it's so rich that I am satisfied after just a little bit (Scharfen Berger is my fav)

Make it very, very hard to get to the sweets. That can behard to do at work sometimes, I know, but you have control at home - if you have to go to the grocery or make a batch of cookies in order to have something sweet to eat, you're much less likely to do it.

Avoid sugar as much as possible in the mornings. For whatever reason, I find I definitely crave sugar all day if I eat it first thing in the morning. I have to make sure I have some protein and some healthy carbs well before my first bit of this end, maybe add your sugar cravings to your log for a while, until you know your triggers, and then work on avoiding those triggers at all cost!

Thursday, September 15, 2005, 7:22 PM

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I love Slim-fast snack bars; they have one that tastes just like Butterfinger and another that tastes just like Snickers. I also eat low-fat, no sugar added ice cream, and Weight Watchers Smart Ones frozen desserts & ice cream. I could never just not eat sweets, but eating these allows me to give in to my cravings while still losing weight.

Thursday, September 15, 2005, 10:04 PM

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Someone mentioned Scharfen Berger. I noticed when I want something really sweet I can eat a square or 2, 3 of dark chocolate and its totally satisfing. I notice that if I eat 70% dark that its sweet but after it has a bit of an after taste so I don't really want anymore.

Saturday, September 17, 2005, 8:51 AM

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I use the dark chocolate trick, Luna bars (they have some awesome flavors), and skinny cow ice cream sandwhiches (ice cream is my weakness!)

Saturday, September 17, 2005, 7:56 PM

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sugar free fudge pops, breyers light, chocolate yogurt covered raisins, skinny cow, low fat choc chip cereal bars...lots of good options!

Sunday, September 18, 2005, 11:41 AM

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Oh and one time on here, someone mentioned heating up a Cinnamon Sugar Granola Bar in the micro for a few seconds. I tried it and it is soooooo good!

Sunday, September 18, 2005, 7:33 PM

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those hard candy hersey temptations are really tasty and that kill me sweet tooth. they are very chocolately!!!

Sunday, September 18, 2005, 8:09 PM

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I'll eat a few (2-3) Dove dark chocolate pieces. The dark chocolate has antioxidants as well so it's good for you too! I keep some in a jar (not a clear jar) in my cupboard. Then, if I really feel like I need something sweet I have to really want it and think about it and remember what I have available. And like someone else here wrote, it's a little bitter but still rich and you don't need many to kill the craving.

Sugar free pudding cups are also a great creamy treat.

Saturday, October 01, 2005, 7:39 AM

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