How do I get over cravings for sweets and chocolate?
Cravings are usually a calling for something your body needs. In your case it may just be pure calories or glucose. Eating a substantial breakfast and lunch may help prevent any weak times in the afternoon. Be sure to include lean protein, complex carbohydrates and fresh produce at each meal, plus milk twice a day, to ensure you’re getting enough energy. –Debbie M., MS, RD
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