Reader Peggy has posted a few tips for curbing the snacking habit. I already have a few of these up and running (having healthy snacks on hand for example - bananas, low fat fruit yoghurt and raw cashews are my everyday snacks) but a couple of these look like they'll be handy. Number 6 - 'just buy what you need and no more' is a biggie for me - I find it much easier to exercise will power while grocery shopping than when there's an open block of chocolate in the pantry! I also need to remind the staff at Monarch's bakery in St Kilda that when I say a small piece of chocolate Kugelhopf, I really only want a small piece. Damn it. :) Thanks for the tips, Peggy!
6 simple tips to help you snack less
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