Eating Less Sweet

By Sky
@skysnap (17819)
September 5, 2016 8:29am CST
It's kind of race with yourself when you want to skip some type of food in your daily routine. In that case eating less sweet can be bad for the people who don't want to put on weight. Apart from the sweets, I think I also need to get rid of potato, milk fat, corn flour etc. But it is going to take time to maintain this sort of health. Slow steps as they say. You have a good monday.
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@hereandthere (29627)
• Philippines
5 Sep 16
i honestly don't think i can eliminate sweets, potato, milk, pork and chicken, but i am used to eating less rice now.
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@skysnap (17819)
5 Sep 16
yes i already started with rice but not much with potato so far.
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@marlina (72551)
• Canada
5 Sep 16
Moderation is the key, no need to deprive ourselves of all the good stuff.
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@Macarrosel (7573)
• Philippines
5 Sep 16
I don't eat sweet foods really. Although sometimes I can't avoid to it some.
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@skysnap (17819)
5 Sep 16
yes it's hard to avoid them.
@amadeo (63775)
• United States
5 Sep 16
I do not listen any more.I just do it.At my age do not need to worry.I have been doing this for years.Not it is my time to enjoy before I leave
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@skysnap (17819)
5 Sep 16
yes, but eating less sweet saves me from all the health issues.
• Philippines
6 Sep 16
the difference is you @amadeo are very active
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@responsiveme (14647)
• India
7 Sep 16
Potatoes are the veg I like best :( and rice
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@skysnap (17819)
8 Sep 16
haha and they gain weight.
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@kaka135 (14016)
• Malaysia
5 Sep 16
I do not particularly avoid any food, but just try to eat healthy. I think moderate intake of everything should be fine, with more exercises too. Enjoy your healthy diet and have a good day!
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@skysnap (17819)
8 Sep 16
thanks hopefully i'll do fine with current diet.
@TheHorse (63528)
• Pleasant Hill, California
5 Sep 16
I still think exercise is the most important thing.
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@skysnap (17819)
5 Sep 16
yes it is.
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@marlina (72551)
• Canada
5 Sep 16
I say "just cut down on serving size" and move more, that's my best advice.
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@skysnap (17819)
8 Sep 16
yes moving more is a good advice indeed.
@NJChicaa (38199)
• United States
5 Sep 16
It is hard to eliminate everything at once. You are smart to do it slowly.
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@skysnap (17819)
5 Sep 16
yes one dish at a time :)
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@vandana7 (63564)
• India
5 Sep 16
Here, I am good...I don't relish sweets. lol How many modaks you ate...
@skysnap (17819)
5 Sep 16
you got me lol .... 12 modaks and that's all for the day.. no more. :p
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@vandana7 (63564)
• India
5 Sep 16
@skysnap Kiti kami khalle..(you ate so few)
@skysnap (17819)
5 Sep 16
@vandana7 yeah i know. lol.. from morning to now XD
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@SIMPLYD (78586)
• Philippines
6 Sep 16
I suppose you are trying to lose some weight ? I also gain weight when i eat chocolates and lots of rice . So i limit them both . I like to eat sweets but not much . ANd when it eat sweets it has to go with something also that is a bit salty , like a pasta .
@skysnap (17819)
6 Sep 16
i eat sweets but i am guessing i have to reduce that over a period of time.
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@SIMPLYD (78586)
• Philippines
6 Sep 16
@skysnap That's a good decision .
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@epiffanie (10413)
• Australia
6 Sep 16
I have cravings for sweets lately ..
@skysnap (17819)
8 Sep 16
haha for me it's weight gain.
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@epiffanie (10413)
• Australia
8 Sep 16
@skysnap yes! I am gaining weight .. I must lose before I gain more ..
@sofssu (14470)
8 Sep 16
Eat everything in moderation.. when you try to eliminate something it becomes an obsession at times.
@skysnap (17819)
8 Sep 16
yes that is true indeed.
@acelawrites (10931)
• Philippines
7 Sep 16
It is true, as we get older, we have to take caution on the food we eat so it won't affect our health.
@skysnap (17819)
7 Sep 16
yes indeed that is true.
• Canada
7 Sep 16
Slow steps are often the most lasting and productive:)
@skysnap (17819)
7 Sep 16
yeah. :)
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@puroypoi (274)
• Cainta, Philippines
6 Sep 16
I have a sweet tooth, it will hard for me if I apply this everyday. Maybe little by little I will make lesser intake of it.
@skysnap (17819)
6 Sep 16
yes on everyday basis it is indeed hard.
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@rina110383 (24141)
6 Sep 16
I do not have a sweet tooth.
@skysnap (17819)
8 Sep 16
and that's good for health
@EddieHands (37852)
• United States
5 Sep 16
Yes eating sleep sweets does help in losing weight! You are very wise!
@skysnap (17819)
8 Sep 16
thank you.
@Corbin5 (102749)
• United States
5 Sep 16
Dieting can be a challenge when trying to eliminate certain things that do not help with weight-loss or health.
@skysnap (17819)
5 Sep 16
it is indeed a challenge.
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@sol_cee (14371)
• Japan
5 Sep 16
No carbohydrates?
@skysnap (17819)
5 Sep 16
yes say no to calories lol
@Micmac (7970)
15 Sep 16
I have been cutting down on eating cakes, but still have to work on eating less ice cream, candies.