100+ Alternatives To Overeating

Have you ever felt bloated after a big meal? Same here. In fact, we have all been there at some point or another. Whether you are a compulsive over-eater or an avid dieter, the urge to indulge can be overwhelming for anyone. So the question is, how do some people resist that urge better than others?

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I’ll let you in on a little secret..

You can give yourself a leg up by distracting your mind from those cravings with fun things that you already like to do! For example, the next time you get that urge to snack or cheat try THIS..

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Go for a quick walk! Walking will get your mind off of food, and (better yet) you will burn calories while doing it. I have found that this method works best if you find other like-minded friends who will do it with you. Walking with friends or neighbors will help relieve your mind of snacking thoughts, and good company is almost always more fun!

If you don’t like walking, I have good news! I found a list of over 100+ alternatives to snacking that just might do the trick! Click here and pick out your own top three snacking alternatives. Seriously, do it now! It only takes 3 minutes.. and you might just find the perfect snacking alternative you never knew you needed – I sure did.

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A few of my personal favorites are read, meditate, or take a shower. Those three things will get my mind off of just about anything. I would never have considered using my everyday routine tasks as a mental distraction, but believe me it has worked wonders! What works best for you? Comment your top three favorite snacking alternatives below.

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Check out the list for yourself and discover YOUR perfect fit!

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Click Here: helpful list of over 100+ alternatives to over-eating

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