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WebMD archives content after 2 years to ensure our readers can easily find the most timely content. My sweet tooth has bite to it.
And sometimes fur. And a voice. You know, Cookie Monster incarnate, who appears out of nowhere around 3 p. I usually try to sate him by munching on something healthy -- an apple and milk, sometimes yogurt. But diet pros and researchers say that avoiding the cookie is the wrong strategy.
They bring good news: Indulge. Yes, you read that right. Rather than always avoiding a certain craving, sometimes it's OK to fulfill it. The trick, of course, is portion control. Are you capable of eating just to calories' worth? One study found that moderate exercisers who work out for around 30 minutes a day lose more weight than hard-core exercisers. Because those exercising an hour or more a day tend to eat larger portions and snacks, and move less due to fatigue. So keep your fitness goals attainable. Moderation wins the day yet again. Simply put nickel-size dots of your favorite yogurt on wax paper and freeze.
Or dip fruits like strawberries or pineapple into yogurt and freeze. Not near a freezer? Go for a square or two of dark chocolatewith its high antioxidant levels that reduce heart -disease risk and lower blood pressure. Try to limit yourself to three ounces, which is both a hefty calorie haul up to and the maximally beneficial serving. You may want to cut out calories in other areas, or exercise more on your "dark chocolate " days.
Make sure you indulge on chocolate that contains at least 65 percent cacao, as the higher the cacao, the more beneficial the treat will likely be. By Arianne Cohen My sweet tooth has bite to it. Could I have CAD? Missing Teeth?Want to eat some cookies
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Moderation Not Deprivation: Why You Should Eat That Cookie