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Struggling with severe chocolate addiction and can’t get over the craving attacks no matter how hard I try, who has experienced similar problems and knows a way out of it?



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      UK Girl wrote Aug 2, 2011
    • I can understand but if you really want to give up you have to remove temptation and also keep busy so your not thinking about it and change your routine




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      Vikki Hall wrote Aug 2, 2011
    • Yep change up your routine is the best attack! And eating a pickle or lemon will always kill any craving tongue out




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Aug 2, 2011
    • I don’t get chocolate cravings since I worked with it for so many years but I have a suggestion. I drink a chocolate flavored soy beverage every day that I put in the blender with ice. It’s delicious and really satisfying.




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      Momofthreeprincess wrote Aug 2, 2011
    • that is the one thing I will not give up.  I just have to let myself have one per day.




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      Lilly71 wrote Aug 3, 2011
    • Thanks for the feedback, really appreciated! I have had these cravings for years and they are getting so bad that I usually have about 1 or 2 whole bars a day now which made my weight torpedo up like hell, this is why I think I really have to give it up completely, otherwise it won’t do. I have tried to reduce it, or compensate by other sweets (low calorie ones), but none of those killed the cravings. I will try the lemon and the mouthwash as I haven’t heard of those yet and will of course give it a try!




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      Tuliplady wrote Aug 3, 2011
    • Buy smaller candy bars and better quality chocolate.  If you eat better chocolate, for one thing the price will make you think twice about buying it, but it’s better and a smaller piece is more satisfying to your taste buds.

      I used to have a two candy bar a day habit and it wasn’t the chocolate I was addicted to so much as the sugar in something like a snicker bar.




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      Fonti1 wrote Jan 22, 2012
    • I keep chocolate kisses around for my cravings. They take more time to open so I only eat one or two at a time and it satisfies my desire. ohhhh




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