Should I give up chocolate? Watch
Chocolate is harder. Just try not to buy it when you see it in the shops, not even a small bar.
but eat a little (the taste is enough) every once in a while when you're craving it.
Something like that because if you were to give it all up then 'accidently' eat/drink some it would cause unneeded stress.
I've been trying this past week to give it up but I caved today, was so hungry and just couldn't help myself, I'm thinking maybe the stress of triying to give up isn't worth the benefits of giving up completely
Switch to diet soft drinks.
As for giving up chocolate, I don't have much of a sweet tooth anymore since making a conscious effort to try to give it up, but when I get cravings I buy one of of those kiddie bars, like a Freddo or something and that tides me over until the next time I can't resist.
I've got to the stage where I feel embarasserd to buy it, and I feel to ashamed to eat a random chocolate bar infront of people/in public (it actually helps to lessen the amount, before I'd buy it everytime I bought food). So if I'm craving it, I get a small-sized bar and eat it in the car or when I get home.
In a bid to be healthier and lose weight I was thinking of givin up chocolate and fizzy drinks starting from the new year, is this a good idea? Is chocolate in moderation ok or beneficial. Is totally giving up one type of food bad especially if I am surrounded by it I could be tempted, advice would be very helpful
Although I do have chocolate and coke and whatnot from time to time but not as much as I used to. I'm not too sure if all chocolate is beneficial but to be honest, everything you eat is beneficial if you eat the right amounts.
Oh and exercise It'll not only make you lose weight but it'll make you feel better, more confident and generally happy. When ever I have a crappy day I just go on a jog and I come back refreshed