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Nov 12, 2015 BY Joy McCarthy

How to Smash Evening Cravings (video)

—  found in  Well-being  —

I used to have THE WORST cravings in the evenings. I would eat dinner and then find myself searching through the fridge and pantry for snacks -- anything carb-y. It was rather frustrating because at the time it seemed no matter what I ate for dinner I would simply not be satisfied. Can you relate?

Fortunately I overcame these cravings once I learned more about my body and what it needed. This is the information I'm about to share with you -- how to smash those evening cravings that drive you bonkers, make you bloated and don't do your waistline any favours.

Here's a recap:

1. Make sure you eat enough during the day.

2. Make sure you eat protein and fat at every meal and snack. Carbs are important too, but most people already have this covered. Protein including eggs, fish, chicken, turkey and plant-based sources of protein as well.

3. Have a hunger reality check and eat when you are are actually hungry. Here are tips to stay on track with your health goals .

HOW DO YOU SMASH YOUR EVENING CRAVINGS?

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Nov 12, 2015 BY Joy McCarthy
6 Comments
Connie Hernandez   •   November 13, 2015

Hello, Do you give nutritional counseling? If so, what is the fee and can it be done by phone or Skype since I'm in the U.S.? I love your videos and cooking demos. I sometimes feel so overwhelmed. I am 80 lbs. overweight and 59 years old. I know about good nutrition but I have a hard time implementing it. Thank you, Connie

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Kate McDonald Walker   •   November 16, 2015

Tania   •   November 13, 2015

It was such a great and informative video! Thanks , Joy!

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Sarah @ Seriously Lovely   •   November 16, 2015

I totally agree with all these tips! When I find myself rummaging for snacks in the evening it's usually because I didn't eat well during the day--eating plenty of protein in particular seems to really help me.

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Maria Amundsen   •   December 7, 2015

I am a baker and bake for a coffee shop, however, when I bake for myself I have been trying to use coconut sugar or agave, as they are lower glycemic. I often have to test my product for quality control.

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Kate McDonald Walker   •   December 8, 2015

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