1.Buy candy you don’t love. If the candy in your pantry is stuff kids like but that you don’t enjoy, it will be easier to resist opening those bags and diving in. This is one of my favorites. This also goes to trick or treating. Take candy only the kids like.
2.Out of sight, out of mind. This really does work. Put away the bowl.
3.Don’t say NO…say one please. Indulge your sweet tooth but only have one small piece, because denying yourself completely could lead to an all-out binge.
4.Upgrade with better choices. Make the see-food diet work in your favor by putting out a bowl of colorful fruit or veggies in place of the candy. Make some of the healthy sweet recipes I’ve posted online.
5.Count the empty wrappers. It’s so easy to pop fun-size candy bars into your mouth that you can lose track of how quickly the calories are adding up. Keeping the wrappers is an amazing tool for you to see how much you are actually eating.
6.Make the rest of your day count. Eat breakfast and make sure to eat your greens! Green smoothies are the way to go to help you not crave all that chocolate and sugar..