7 Ways to Curb Cravings ...
Beyonce does it. So does Cameron Diaz. Eating five or more «small meals,» (or snacks) per day has become the norm for many celebrities (along with owning small dogs and going gluten-free). But for us normal girls, the standard breakfast, lunch and dinner combination seems to work well enough—and unnecessary snacking in between meals only leads to disappointment and a tighter fit in our skinny jeans. To curb even the toughest cravings, follow the steps below!
1. Distract Yourself
If you feel a craving coming on (say, you want to devour the ice cream in your fridge), sit down and write a To-Do list. Writing down all of the things you need to do—like laundry or cleaning your apartment—will make you think less about what your stomach wants and more about what you need to do. Not only will you distract yourself from tempting food, but you’ll also be productive!