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disneychrista
03-03-2003, 10:48 PM
Do you work into your daily "diet" a daily treat?

I am finding that by doing this it has been much easier to keep on track. I allow myself 4 Hershey Kisses (102 cals.) each night. I am not temepted to "cheat" or eat more then this (like I thought I would be). I am hoping that by allowing this controlled/limited amount each day that I will not over induldge.

Jenzebelle
03-03-2003, 11:00 PM
Yes!
I'm all about Jello Fat Free Pudding :)

Lesley
03-03-2003, 11:21 PM
Strawberries and whipped cream made with splenda or some sugar free chocolate.....and what I love about it is that these aren't "cheats" at all! As long as my carbs are in line and there's no sugar I'm great!

tiggerlover
03-04-2003, 01:01 AM
Most definitely, it is the only way I can make a lifestyle change. I need my sweet treats. Lately I have been enjoying Healthy Choice chocolate chocolate chip ice cream, on WW it is only 2 points for a half cup serving. Also no-fat chocolate pudding for 2 points and the ocassional cookie (Girl Scout Thin Mints have a point a piece). I could never be successful if I didn't allow for a treat.

:bounce::wave::bounce:

lvs_eeyore
03-04-2003, 05:39 AM
Most definitely. I have had more ice cream since being on a diet than I would have eaten before. Every night I have a Klondike low fat ice cream sandwhich. Treats help to keep me on track and not feel like Im giving up everything good to diet.

SeaSpray
03-04-2003, 06:28 AM
Having a low-point treat each day is making it easy for me to stick to my Weight Watchers diet! Usually it's a low-fat ice cream sandwich, either Weight Watchers brand, or Klondike, or Skinny Cow, OR a fat free chocolate pudding with Lite Cool Whip :)

nativetxn
03-04-2003, 08:40 AM
I eat an ounce of macadamia nuts and I also have sugar free jello with whipped heavy cream topping, very yummy.

caitycaity
03-04-2003, 09:35 AM
i don't really have a daily treat, but i don't refuse myself most things either. i just make sure everything is accounted for in my calories and fat for the day.

i do eat out once/week. eventhough i try to eat heathfully, that is a big treat for me. :)

ZerasPride
03-06-2003, 11:33 AM
I love sweets, especially chocolate in the evening. What I do is have a small bowl of cereal, usually, Coco Puffs. They are wonderfully chocolatey and I don't feel deprived. Last night I realized that instead of wanting something sweet, I was actually thirsty, I drank 2 8 oz. glasses of water instead of having something sweet and found myself satisfied.

Anyway, this is a long way from the pint of butter pecan ice cream I used to eat every night!

PRINCESS VIJA
03-06-2003, 02:06 PM
Actually no, I found that if I planned in a daily treat, I would overeat on the treat. For me, what works best is 3 solid meals a day, and no snacks. Especially no planned snacks. I can occasionally have a treat. Like yesterday we got our girlscout cookies, and I had a few and found I was satisfied.

However, I do need a weekly treat. I just posted a thread about McDonalds and I have made that a weekly treat guilt free. Worked this week for me!

Dizzy-Disney4
03-06-2003, 04:06 PM
Oh yes, a sugar free chocolate for me. Not every day maybe, but if I want one, I let myself have it...which is ok as long as there are no carbs.