I can't stay away from sweets!

4 posts | Original | Recent
 
Image_thumb
3 Posts
Feb 12, 2013 3:50am
via iOS
I'm trying to be healthier by working out and eating good food but I cant say no to the sweets! How do you guys keep yourselves away from the temptations?
12 Feb
I eat sweets and I'm still healthy. Just do it in moderation. Try to eat maybe one cookie or one fun size bar. Or you could make your own healthy sweets like a smoothie or healthy cookies. As long as you don't bring the sweets in the house, there will be no temptation. (Eating a little extra sometimes won't kill you either)
12 Feb
I only eat sweets in moderation & I only purchase what I want to eat. I never bring more than I am going to consume in the house bc It's temptation that I don't need. Stick to your guns & refuse to indulge in it often. Remember this is about your health...
12 Feb
Try gum when u want sweets
Image_thumb
20 Posts
Feb 12, 2013 4:00am
via Android

My ultimate killers are soda and recess penut butter cups. The easyest way to not eat them is to not have them around. If your like me and live with other people who wont respect your "dont bring it into the house rule" then keep a bar of dark chocolate in the house. Somewhere where other people wont eat it and where you cant just grab it as you pass by. Whenever you crave just grab a square or two. Its important to put it back and walk away from it or youll eat the whole thing (as I found out). Always remember to not deprive yourself of something you crave or you will eat everyrhing around you AND what you crave after. Hope this helps.

Icon_missing_thumb
12 Posts
Feb 12, 2013 6:54am
via Android

Just don't even look at the stuff you crave

Icon_missing_thumb
17 Posts
Feb 12, 2013 8:20am
via Android

I used to eat unhealthy but had to make a lot of changes. I have had a lit of injuries and eating healthy was a big part in my recovery. After eating healthy for a while then trying to eat junk food it makes u feel sick. When u eat certain food ur body becomes accustomed to eating that food. Try eating healthy with no junk for a week. At first try a week then try to go longer. Sugar is a huge deal. It is addictive and can make u sick and also causes future diabetes. Just think a head down the road while u r still young and avoid any future health problems. I know u can do this. Just be strong minded and tell yourself that u can beat this. By eating healthier u will feel more active and have more natural energy.

Reply


Skimble-workout-trainer-download-app-recommended-programs

Download_app_store_ios Download_google_play_android_172x51


Workout Trainer Forums

Welcome Wagon

6,189 topics, 38,208 posts

Motivation & Support

8,532 topics, 41,851 posts

App Updates

6 topics, 34 posts

Ask the Pros

706 topics, 1,798 posts

Workouts and Programs

2,875 topics, 12,161 posts

Trainer Tools

3 topics, 14 posts

Featured Training Programs

100 Crunch Challenge

100 Crunch Challenge

Moderate Time 2 Weeks
At-Home Bootcamp

At-Home Bootcamp

Moderate Time 4 Weeks
Weight Loss 1

Weight Loss 1

Casual Time 4 Weeks
Kettlebell: Stabilize

Kettlebell: Stabilize

Casual Time 3 Weeks
Cross Training with Yoga

Cross Training with Yoga

Intense Time 4 Weeks
Lose It. Tone It!

Lose It. Tone It!

Casual Time 4 Weeks

Featured Workouts

Max Cardio

Max Cardio

Intense Ic_time_32x32 22 mins  
Lower Body  
Row & Throw

Row & Throw

Moderate Ic_time_32x32 11 mins  
Full Body   Ic_workout_dumbbell_32x32 Cardio Machine, Medicine Ball
Lower Body & Abs Workout

Lower Body & Abs Workout

Moderate Ic_time_32x32 8 mins  
Core  
Beginner Upper Body

Beginner Upper Body

Casual Ic_time_32x32 24 mins  
Shoulders   Ic_workout_dumbbell_32x32 Dumbbell, Bench
Warm It Up

Warm It Up

Casual Ic_time_32x32 8 mins  
Core  
Lit Legs

Lit Legs

Intense Ic_time_32x32 34 mins  
Lower Body