Thread: last line of defense!!
12-09-2001, 10:41 AM #1
last line of defense!!
what is the best way to eliminate/curve sugar cravings when the willpower just isnt enough.. i have been resaerching alot and came up with a few like 5htp and satietrol, and some presriptiondrugs i was just wondering what you guys would do in this situatuin. all i need is about 12-16 weeks without sugar and my workout and dieting will be all worth it im indulging in cookies and milk every two to three days or muffins i need to kick it out of my regimen, i stil eat the 6 meals train hard and take vitamins but its just that little period when im at work(by the way i work in a grocery store with a fully eqipped bakery)..
p.s dont reply to the post with the you need willpower bullshit
i think we all learned that gig back when started walking imo
12-09-2001, 11:02 AM #2
I find eating savoury food stops me wanting sugery food.
12-09-2001, 11:26 AM #3ptbyjason Guest
Bro this may or may not be the answer you are looking for, but it does work. If you have a major sugar craving, for things like candy bars, cookies, etc., you can eliminate it by taking in a spoonful of sugar or a sugar cube. It is lower calorie, zero fat, and so sweet that you will not want anything sweet for a long time. It doesn't eliminate the sugar in the diet, obviously, but it does give you an alternative.
12-09-2001, 12:02 PM #4
that is a good tip i will take it, maybe i can beifit from it
12-09-2001, 11:38 PM #5
hay ptbyjason, that's a very good idea, I never thought about it that way either. one sugar cube/teaspoon of sugar really sounds like it would get rid of the cravings for quite some time!
Damn those sugar cravings!!! LOL
12-09-2001, 11:50 PM #6
Just the answer I was looking for!
I should have put that together!
Like they say :eat fat to loose fat, so why not eat sugar to curve
Cheers to ptbyjason...
12-10-2001, 06:34 AM #7ptbyjason Guest
It does work, I have about a dozen people that I have talked into using that method. You avoid the fat this way and reducing the calorie intake is a good thing too. But just a warning when you do it, it will be extremely tough on you. You will see what I mean. It is like when a kid wants to smoke a cigarette and the parents catch them and make them smoke the whole pack so that they won't do it anymore. It won't be quite that bad, but it is the same idea.
12-10-2001, 09:53 AM #8
this shoud be marketed for crying out loud!! lol
12-10-2001, 02:06 PM #9ptbyjason Guest
I want to hear how it works for everyone once they try it. You know sugar companies could market this, maybe I could be the spokesmodel. That would be funny. Don't buy candy bars for those late night cravings, buy Jason's low-calorie sugar cubes.
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