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7 Snacks To Eat If You're Prone To Binge Eating

For more insights, tips and guidance to overcome binge eating and sugar cravings, visit www.BingeEatingBreakthrough.com. You can check out the free mini-course and many articles that offer a unique perspective on how to stop binge eating.

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7 Snacks To Eat If You're Prone To Binge Eating

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  2. 2. So, firstly, one of the keys to getting through the urge to binge is to be aware of your desire to eat and keep eating. Once you’re aware of the , you can start to experiment with how to . If you’re not hungry but want to eat, it may be your body’s way of expressing a need for sleep,
  3. 3. BUT, for those times when you are itching for something to eat and don’t want to deal with the that follows a binge…try eating whole foods with volume. (not processed) foods that are mostly water-based can fill you up and satisfy the desire to eat something. Here are 7 :
  4. 4. 1. A big bowl of Broccoli, cucumbers, squash, tomatoes, peppers, carrots, cauliflower, sugar snap peas… your heart’s desire. Dip them in a for an added flavor punch: - mustard sauce - mustard - light ranch or dill dip - homemade
  5. 5. 2. A ginormous Toss together as many greens as possible with carrots, tomatoes, peppers, sprouts, radishes and other veggies. For additional delight, try an option below: - add a or parmesan cheese - combine a high quality + and lightly dip forkfuls of salad into it (you often use less this way but still get to enjoy the flavor) - toss in a fistful of / - cut 1/2 avocado to add creaminess - add 2-3 tbsp of
  6. 6. 3. A fresh green There are many delicious green smoothie recipes you can find online. My favorite go-to base is this (then I add in whatever else I have on hand): - 1 banana or 1 small apple - 2-3 cups spinach - 1-2 cups kale - 2-3 tbsp lemon juice - 1/2 cup blueberries : - 1-2 tbsp raw cacao powder - 1/2 cup strawberries - powder - maca powder - goji berries - dash of - dash of (brings out the sweetness) - dash of
  7. 7. 4. Cups of I often find that by taking time to chop a into slices, I somehow feel satisfied with less. Perhaps it’s the presentation that adds to the experience. Try slicing 2-3 apples and add a for a sweet kick.
  8. 8. 5. Have a You can indulge in an entire melon and get stuffed (mostly with water) for a few hundred calories. … there’s quite a variety of melons out there, and they offer a sweet, refreshing treat. You can sit down to a whole melon, , feel full and also pretty d*mn good about yourself.
  9. 9. 6. Enjoy The shelled edamame beans, often served as an appetizer in Asian restaurants, can satisfy a salty craving and keep your mouth and hands busy for a while. , sprinkle with some salt and then pinch or bite the pods to eat the beans in them, one by one. If you’re feeling nibbley and want a snack while hanging with friends or family, or relaxing in the evening, these are an easy treat. Because you’re eating them individually out of the pods, and sends the message to your brain to satisfy your salty desires.
  10. 10. 7. Indulge with a Simply spread whole grapes in a single layer on a baking sheet, freeze until firm, and store in an airtight zip-top bag. Grapes are still high in though, so limit yourself to 8 - 10 at a time rather than polishing off the whole punnet.
  11. 11. : http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/blogs/5458 63/easy-ways-to-get-your-sugar-fix- without-touching-the-bad- stuff.html#XY1DffGYcbMCyTRv.99 http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/blogs/5458 63/easy-ways-to-get-your-sugar-fix- without-touching-the-bad- stuff.html#GVHkpEEFpkBKI68v.99 For more to overcome binge eating and sugar cravings, visit www.BingeEatingBreakthrough.com. You can check out the free mini- course and many articles that offer a unique perspective on how to stop binge eating.

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