Do you ever have junk food cravings, or junk food binge attacks? 10-minutes later you find yourself in the bottom of a gallon of ice cream or at the bottom of a bag of Doritos?
Of course, you do. We all have those days, when we’re like: “OMG, what did I just do?”
I can’t tell you how many of those days I’ve had myself along my own journey of losing 65lbs. But, I can tell you that it’s NOT your fault. Just like I didn’t know, you didn’t know either:
There are healthy swaps for ALL of your favorite foods.
That’s right. You NEVER have to stop eating your guilty pleasures. What if I told that there is ice cream that you can have that is actually healthy for you and packed with protein? You are not even going to miss the old ice cream.
What if I told you there are chips out there that taste just like your favorite?!? —Or candy bars that are not bad for you at all? I would NEVER expect you to stop eating your favorite food completely.
So why is it that we can’t stop eating junk food?
Because Junk food is ADDICTIVE. Ever felt powerless in front of those foods? According to a study called –Is Fast Food Addictive? –it has the potential to create a dependence in vulnerable populations.
So it is NOT your fault. Junk is made to reel us in.
In fact, most junk foods are not just about the taste. You’ve been eating those foods all of your life and they bring positive emotions to your body. Most of your favorite foods are associated with comfort and joy. I literally get SO excited every time I eat pizza or buy doughnuts!
So how can you keep eating them and still get results?
The secret is to SWAP those food with healthier options.
These swaps will not only taste good and satisfy your cravings, but they will actually help you feel full for longer! These swaps are made with protein and other nutritious ingredients that leaves your body feeling satisfied, unlike real junk food that leaves you feeling hungry even though you’ve just eaten a ton of calories!
A study, called –A satiety index of common foods –found that there are significant differences in satiety between food categories, with potatoes having the highest satiation index score and croissant having the lowest. The study further explains that protein and fiber correlated with high satiety ratings.
I know these swaps are going to help you on your own journey with all of your favorite foods. It’s going to help you with all of those cravings that you have. You’re going to be able to swap those foods EASILY and continue getting RESULTS. The best part is, I did the work already and it is available for you right here!
I made you a HEALTHY swap blueprint that is actually FREE. All you have to do is grab it at this link: FREE Healthy Swaps Blueprint
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