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Wellness expert and CEO of
girlsgonesporty.com Laura Williams says,
“It's all about balance. If you make a food ‘off limits’ you'll just end up
wanting it more. Here's what I do: I don't keep my "trigger foods"
(like chocolate chip cookies) in the house, but if I find myself craving one,
I'll go and buy just one. That way I'm limited to eating a single cookie rather
than eating a whole box!”
Make it happen! When your snacking options at home are healthy choices, you
won’t be tempted to grab the cookies first. “I know it’s tough when you're not
in charge of the shopping, but maybe you can talk to your parents about which
foods you want to stop keeping on hand as easy snacks,” Laura adds.
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BY GL ON 1/18/2012 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN snack, nutrition, mind/motivation
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