The end of the month is a day away. How are you controlling your cravings?
We were remembering when we were in college; when money was tight- Jack in the Box came out with 2 tacos for 0.99 cents. A full day of keeping willpower on high, sometimes it’s only a matter of time before we drop our guard and fall victim to the dreaded midnight snack attack.
Here are 7 helpful tips for handling nighttime eating:
1. REMOVE TEMPTATION
Out of sight out of mind.
2. EAT A BALANCED DINNER
3. ADOPT A NEW HABIT OR ROUTINE
4. CREATE SNACK ALTERNATIVES
5. HOT TEA
6. If Tea isn’t your thing..try unsweetened almond milk or calorie free sparkling water
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