14 Smart Ways To Crush Your Cravings

From eating satiating snacks, removing temptations, distracting yourself, brushing your teeth to reducing stress and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
Stop imposing restrictions on yourself – 00:54
Eat satiating snacks – 01:31
Avoid your craving hot spots – 02:00
Think about the results of giving in – 02:29
Remove Temptations – 02:55
Hydrate – 03:42
Distract yourself – 04:13
Set an Alarm On Your Phone – 04:56
Pay attention to your body – 05:25
Spice things up – 06:02
Increase your protein intake – 06:23
Dodge sugar pushers – 07:04
Brush your teeth – 07:55
Reduce Your Stress – 08:19


1. Stop imposing restrictions on yourself: When you refrain from a food, ice cream for example, you develop an obsession with it. You think about it all the time, and you end up caving, in large quantities! Where we could have been satisfied with two scoops of ice cream in normal times, now you’ve eaten half the tub.

2. Eat satiating snacks: Eating a snack may be important, at times, when you’ve skipped lunch or have had a very active or hectic routine. But not just any snack, of course. Plan your snack in advance, especially when you fall for food. These should consist of foods high in fibre and protein that are satiating, unlike sugar.

3. Avoid your craving hot spots: Can't resist the soft pretzels when you smell them baking at the mall? Absent-mindedly snack from the pantry while you're trying to decide what to make for dinner? Researchers found the most effective mindfulness-based technique in controlling cravings is to simply break your usual habits.

4. Think about the results of giving in: Turns out that your mother's old adage—”Once on your lips, forever on your hips”—has some validity. Researchers used MRI scans to examine the brain activity of people looking at pictures of drool-worthy food.

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