Help with snacking!!

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  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    39 down anyone care lol good luck
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    Day 42 and still good.
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    43 doing well no snacks late need to work on regular diet
  • ereck44
    ereck44 Posts: 1,171 Member
    Great job, Ralphone! I have great desire to snack after I have been up all night. I find that drinking a bottle of water helps with keeping it under better control.
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    I will try it thank s
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    44 down I think I got the late snack down.
  • RockinOilyMomma
    RockinOilyMomma Posts: 38 Member
    Ralphone wrote: »
    I find myself lately snacking too much especially at night. Looking for some help to change that. I would like to be able to post something here when I want a snack and maybe someone out there can help talk me out of eating it LOL good luck to all.[/

    I have 3 kids still at home. My 10 year old told me “I know you eat all the snack food after we go to bed.” I have had to get strict with myself and logging has helped me see that so many foods just aren’t worth it. It’s still hard though because after they go to bed is the only time I have where no one is bugging me to eat whatever I have.
  • RockinOilyMomma
    RockinOilyMomma Posts: 38 Member
    Aaaaaaand apparently I don’t know how to quote then add my own stuff 🙄
  • allangirl
    allangirl Posts: 56 Member
    edited July 2018
    When I watch Netflix I'm suddenly hungry and make bad food choices. So I limit my screen time and drink flavoured water. Keeping my mind busy is my way of not snacking after supper.
  • bonniegoodeye
    bonniegoodeye Posts: 290 Member
    Thanks for starting and continuing this thread!

    I am also trying to work on not snacking at night. It’s emotional/boredom eating and probably anxiety-related too. It’s hard to break, and I feel like I always need to be chewing on something.

    I’ve found that eliminating trigger foods (for me these are tortilla chips and crackers) from the household keeps me from eating them. Then, I buy healthier alternatives to always have on hand (cheerios, sugarfree pudding cups, greek yogurt-based dips and low cal tortillas or Flat-Outs for dipping). Doesn’t replace my habit, but is where I’m at.

    I sometimes try drinking herbal teas or zero calorie flavored water in lieu of snacking, but can’t commit to that for more than a few days.
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    HI all and welcome no snacks late for 45 days now. Dnot give up at keep at all
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
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    Get them workout in wow I can add pic now
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    46 days no snacks trying to stay on track good luck all
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    OK on vacation but still no snacks latell like 50 day's I will check when I get back
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    OK itso like 53 now
  • Lindsaykathryn
    Lindsaykathryn Posts: 27 Member
    Deli meat turkey chicken
    Protien shake/smoothie
    Turkey stick/pepperoni
    Skinny popcorn
    One brand protein bars
    Fruit
    Veggies
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    Thanks for the help . Still no late snacks
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    Keeping on track no snacks
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    48 days no late snacks
  • Ralphone
    Ralphone Posts: 1,830 Member
    50 night's no snacks try to start working on better snacks