There are certain times of
What you don't buy, you won't eat - simple!
If you're planning on buying Easter treats, only buy in a small
Keep in mind, buying chocolate, go for a darker chocolate option. The darker the chocolate, the more antioxidants is
We also suggest keeping your home stocked with healthy, nutritious items. That way you are less inclined to choose the unhealthier alternatives.
Keep sweets for dessert only...
By consuming chocolate or sugar on an empty stomach will spike blood sugar levels like crazy! It will put your hunger and energy levels on a wild roller coaster ride! To avoid this happening, it's best to consume sweets after a balanced meal. Your blood sugar levels will love that little bit more particularly if your meal is high protein or high
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Studies have also shown, if
Try raw chocolate...
Record your intake...
You may want to use apps such as 'Myfitnesspal' to keep you on track. It has been proven, that those who monitor and record their food intake are more likely to lose twice as much weight as those who did not.
To balance out the treat weekend, try and squeeze and workout(s) in. That way you may not feel as guilty and the extra food you may indulge in should not matter as much. As Easter is a special friends and family weekend, why not try and get them involved in your exercise also?!
Life is too short to not enjoy the special times in life. Easter is only once a year, so we are sure, a few little treats are not going to hurt. Just consume everything in moderation.
Happy Easter all, from the Spartans Crew. Stay safe and enjoy!
If you are after some guilt free chocolate this easter, you may like to try UPS Chocabolic Protein Bars. They are