Antiopelle wrote: »
Afternoon snack: 400 cl of soy milk heated with 25 gr of vanilla pudding powder and stevia. It makes a big bowl of hot vanilla custard with exactly 175 kcals. This satisfies my sweet tooth and keeps me full until dinner.
After dinner / tv time snack: a fresh pomegranate: supertasty and low cal and it keeps my hands and mind busy for a good half hour.
springlering62 wrote: »
That’s some brilliant thinking @Antiopelle I love pomegranates but always end up looking like I have the pox when I eat one. They just get everywhere.
Maybe I could invest in a case of lobster bibs.
wunderkindking wrote: »
Online grocery shopping - I started because of the pandemic but the longer I do it the more I realize how much it has cut down my impulse buying of calorie dense/low nutrition food. I still have those but now they're a DELIBERATE choice and just a little. Instead of "oh look there's a candy bar by the checkout and the bakery made brownies and it smells delicious". Meaning my grocery orders are so much heavier on things I, you know, cook and are good for me.
Diatonic12 wrote: »
Take a shower and Flip the Switch.
It aids in breaking all kinds of habits.https://castlecraig.co.uk/blog/2018/03/09/cold-showers-fight-addictionhttps://www.addictioncenter.com/community/4-steps-breaking-bad-habit-forming-new-one/
Replace Your Old Habits with New Similar Ones
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