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1. 1/2 medium apple, baked, topped with 1 tbsp low fat yogurt sprinkled with cinnamon (45 calories).
2. 1/2 small banana, frozen (45 calories)
3. 4 oz. unsweetened applesauce sprinkled with cinnamon (49 calories)
4. 1 miniature box of raisins (45 calories)
5. 2 sugar-free ice pops (30 calories)
6. 1 sugar-free fudge ice pop (35 calories)
7. 12 cherries (48 calories)
8. 1 individual serving sugar-free gelatin with 3 tbsp. light whipped topping (40 calories)
9. 1/2 cup strawberries with 2 1/2 tbsp nonfat yogurt (47 calories)
10. 14 seedless red grapes, frozen (48 calories)
indulge a salt craving:
11. 1 1/2 cups salted air-popped popcorn (46 calories)
12. 1/4 cup shelled edamame (soybeans) with sea salt (37 calories)
13. 8 oz. miso soup (36 calories)
14. 1 pretzel rod (37 calories)
15. 1/4 small bag of Glenny’s lightly salted soy crisps (35 calories)
16. 1 medium sliced cucumber mixed with 1/4 cup sliced onion, 1/2 cup chopped celery, and 4 tbsp vinegar and salt to taste (45
calories)
17. 6 oz V8 juice (39 calories)
18. 1 kosher dill pickle (10 calories)
crunch and munch:
19. 1/2 cup jicama with 4 oz salsa (49.5 calories)
20. 1 1/2 cups sugar snap peas (40 calories)
21. small celery stalk smeared with 1/2 tbsp natural peanut butter (49 calories)
22. 1/2 small apple with 1 tsp soy butter (46 calories)
23. 1 brown rice cake with 1 tbsp sugar-free jam (44 calories)
smooth and creamy:
24. 1 Laughing Cow Light Garlic & Herb wedge spread on cucumber slices (35 calories)
25. 1 tsp almond butter (34 calories)
26. 1/2 cup fat-free Greek yogurt with 1 tsp sugar-free strawberry jam (43 calories)
27. 1 oz avocado (about 1/8 of an avocado) squirted with lime (45 calories)
28. 8 grape tomatoes dipped in 1 tbsp light cream cheese (46 calories)
cheesy whizzes:
29. 6 pieces of endive filled with 1/2 oz reduced-fat feta cheese (49 calories)
30. 1 slice fat-free American cheese (30 calories)
31. 1 large tomato, sliced, topped with 1 tbsp Parmesan, broiled (44 calories)
32. 1 oz fat-free cottage cheese on1 slice caraway Finn Crisp Crispbread (38 calories)
33. 1 oz fat-free mozzarella dipped in 1 tsp marinara sauce (46 calories)
power up on protein:
34. turkey rolls: 2 slices white meat turkey rolled in 2 lettuce leaves (46 calories)
35. 1 oz smoked salmon (about 1 slice) on 2 Wheat Thins crackers (48 calories)
36. 1 tofu dog with 1 tbsp sauerkraut (48 calories)
37. 1/2 cup plain fat-free yogurt sprinkled with 1 tsp sunflower seeds (49.6 calories)
38. 1.3 oz water-packed tuna with 1 tsp Dijon mustard (48 calories)
39. 2 large hard-cooked egg whites with 1 cup sliced cucumber (48 calories)
40. 1 slice Wasa Fibre Crispbread with 2 tsp hummus (45 calories)
41. 1 medium water-packed sardine with slice of red onion (35 calories)
solid standbys:
42. 1/2 cup melon with 2 tbsp 1% cottage cheese (47 calories)
43. 1/2 small grapefruit (32 calories)
44. 1/3 cup blueberries with 1 tbsp light sour cream (47 calories)
45. 1/2 cup carrots with 1 tbsp light ranch dressing (45 calories)
thirst quenchers:
46. 1/2 cup nonfat milk with 1 tbsp Walden Farms calorie-free chocolate syrup (40 calories)
47. 1 packet of sugar-free hot chocolate made with 1/4 cup skim milk and 3/4 cup hot water (47 calories)
48. 3/4 cup almond milk (45 calories)
49. 3/4 cup seltzer with 1/4 cup cranberry juice and a lime wedge (33 calories)
50. homemade iced green tea (with artificial sweetener if desired) (0 calories)



Things to Do Instead of Eating

Go for a walk
Research health, weight loss, and nutrition info on the Internet. Go to the library if you're really hungry, you can't eat in there.
Put on music and dance. Burns calories as well as distracting.
Clean your entire house. Start in one area and move through the house until everything looks perfect.
Research anything you can think of! Finances and investing, political issues, world news, history, philosophy...anything that interests
you or that you don't know much about.
Make a list of things you've been meaning to do. Unfinished projects, errands you've been putting off, reorganizing something. Go
through it when you want to eat.
Do something creative. Make something (try www.cutoutandkeep.net for inexpensive and easy ideas and tutorials), paint or draw, play
music, or some creative writing.
Make your own website! Then tell me so I can add it to my links page!
Make someone a gift, or go shopping for one. A great idea to get out of the house when you don't need anything yourself. You'll make
them happy and feel good too, much better than if you ate!
Get ahead on your homework.
Take a class or volunteer somewhere. You'll be doing something productive as well as getting out of the house and filling time. You
can also say you ate there when you get home.
Play with your pet.
Do beauty rituals. At home facials, manicure/pedicure, exfoliate your entire body, do a hair treatment. It's very soothing and you'll feel
too beautiful and clean to dirty yourself with food.
Learn a musical instrument.
Go through your closet or garage, find old things you don't use or need and take them to Goodwill. Or organize a clothing swap with
your friends, trying on clothes will be very motivational!
Keep all your old magazines. When you need a distraction, go through them cut out thinspirational photos and interesting articles.
Go through your photos. Learn scrapbooking or put them in albums. Make a collage.
Take a shower or bath. This is best when you're on the verge of a binge. Take as long as you need to get your mind off food. Looking at
yourself naked will remind you that you don't need any food.
Plan out your calorie intake for the next week.
Call family members you don't talk to that often, like your grandparents. Pace while you're on the phone.


Cravings

The quicker you can distract yourself from a craving the faster you will forget about it. If you are not binge-disordered even thinking
about other foods can relieve a craving (ex. if you are craving spicy think about sweet foods and the spicy craving will pass.)
Cravings return. If you have one cookie how long until you want a second? Realize that cravings are fleeting feelings, and indulging one
is even more fleeting. If you ate that cookie what is different? Nothing you crave it again 5 minutes later. If you don't eat it what is
different? You feel strong, powerful, beautiful, thin. Which is more appealing now?
Realize that feelings are not directives. If you see a cute guy/girl do you run up and kiss them? Eating because the whim of eating
entered your head is just as illogical. Experience the feeling as an observer and wait for it to pass, you will feel more powerful and in
control than you ever imagined!
Facial expressions are thought of as responses to emotions but they can trigger emotions as well. Smile when you're hungry, and
make a disgusted face at foods you would indulge in. The emotions will follow try it you'll be surprised.
Cravings diminish over time. Food can be addictive like nicotine. Think about it: the longer a smoker goes without a cigarette, the more
likely they are to give them up entirely. Avoid the foods you crave most for as long as you can and eventually you will forget about
them. If it's scary to think about never eating your favorite food again, tell yourself, if you go a whole month without it you can have it on
the 31st day. By then you won't want it.

Binge Prevention

Whenever you eat (normal eating), stop throughout the meal and count to 100 or set the food down and do something else for at least
a minute. This will help you practice stopping eating and will make it easier to stop yourself when you start to binge.
If you live alone, do not keep "bad" foods in your house. If there are things you'd be tempted to binge on cover the box with a
thinspo/reverse thinspo picture or cover it so only the nutrition facts are visible.
If you catch yourself binging, immediately throw the rest of the food in the toilet and flush it. The trash can will work but the toilet is
better because there's no way you can go back and get another bite.  You will feel very powerful and in control. It's not wasting food
either because no matter how you look at it it all ends up in the toilet anyway!
Try to get away from all or nothing thinking. One mistake doesn't ruin your whole day and no matter what you've already eaten it is still
better than more and half a box is a HUGE difference than a whole box. Every calorie counts! Instead of just giving in try to salvage the
rest of the day with negative calories and exercise so you end it on a good note.
Never say, I'll do better tomorrow. Say, I'm doing better NOW!
If you find yourself binging all the time or constantly feeling the urge to binge try increasing your daily calorie intake. a daily intake of
600 calories that you can maintain is better than a daily intake of 400 with a couple 1,000-calorie binges thrown in.
Try thinking about other foods if a particular craving is too intense, you will switch to wanting the other food you thought about and
then you can distract yourself from that. It's not just filling time though you have to get your mind off it completely (but only for less
than a minute!) and you won't want it.
If you don't want to increase calories, try increasing the frequency of meals without increasing calorie intake. If you're less hungry you
will think more rationally about what you eat even if you are still consuming very few calories. Check the safe food list for snacks to
keep you on track.
An occasional sudden jump in calorie or food intake can actually help you overcome plateaus (when weight loss stops for no apparent
reason) by increasing metabolism and digestion and helping bring your body out of famine mode. However, keep it controlled, decide
what and how much you will eat in advance, and choose foods with nutritional value. Be careful with this if you are prone to
compulsive eating. Also this method is not always predictable and you can still gain weight, especially if the calorie increase is too
dramatic or if your metabolism is damaged or slowed.
If you binge do not dwell on it, just immediately start thinking proactively and distract yourself with positive thinking and activities.
Negative thinking, especially guilt feelings, can become a cycle of thought and behavior. Do something that will get you back in the thin
mindset and just focus on what you are doing now and in the near future.
Emotional eating is a leading cause of weight gain. Emotional eating happens when you subconsciously associate the food with an
emotion, such as love, comfort, security, etc. If you suspect you eat emotionally keep a log of your emotions along with your food,
focusing especially on those occurring before, during, and after eating. Identifying the feelings leading to a binge can help you identify
what the food represents to you and find something to replace it.
Buy a couple bags of raw mixed veggies. Before you binge, you must eat either one or both of the bags. You also must eat 1 serving of
brown rice. By now you should either be too full to binge, or if you are still craving, only be able to eat a little bit of the bad food.
Whenever you make food, arrange it carefully so it looks beautiful. This will help you pay more attention to your food and how much
you're eating. It also gives you time to reconsider eating it.
Eat in the same place every day. At the table is best, not in your room or in front of the TV or computer. Focus especially on the first
three bites; after that any pleasure from eating subsides. Chew each bite carefully, 10-30 times, and count. These are good habits to
get into that will help you stop binging, or at least slow you down.
Allow yourself to have ONE SERVING of a crave food. Plan in advance when you will have it and how frequently you're allowed to have
them (once a week, once a day, etc). Even pastries or high-calorie treats will probably be under 400 calories. You can adjust the rest
of the day's food around the craving food. This will keep you from deprivation-induced binging, and teach you to indulge in a non-
binging, pre-planned, controlled way.
Keep your hair, nails, and makeup done. Dress well and make sure you always look your best. Keeping a perfect image will motivate
you to eat perfectly, and remove suspicion that anything is wrong with you. Waking up early to get ready burns calories too.
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