How to fight your cravings

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– Get only healthy food in your cupboards/pantry. If you do have junk food, put them on a higher shelf, higher than your eyes and behind good food; that way you will forget them.

– Limit the time you spend in front of the tv to avoid snacking.

– Have a healthy snack, such as yogurt with a handful of almonds, around 8 pm to stabilize the sugar level in your bloodstream ; you will have a better chance to get a good night’s sleep.

– Go to bed early to avoid snacking. In fact, the longer you stay up late, the more you risk eating bad foods to satisfy your cravings.

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    Spicy Califlower and Chicken Stew

    Cooktime: 25 minutes
    Serves: 4

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