Gum – My Junk Food Killer
So I often use gum in an effort to cut back on eating junk food, namely Oreos (some of you may know that I can be easily bribed with Oreos! LOL).
How do I do it? GUM! It’s the easiest way I know how to not reach for the Oreos. If I’m chewing some gum, I don’t have a taste for much else. So I chew sugar free gum in between meals to cut back on snacking. Works for me! Sometimes we have to find all types of tricks to do what we know we should be doing anyway…#DontJudgeMe
Sidebar: Has anyone invented Oreo flavored gum yet? Let me know although I can’t imagine what that would taste like…
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Over to you…
What do you do to cut back on junk food snacking?