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Some of you might enjoy this chart, I know it's true for me on these.

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For several years I've chosen to keep nuts around as my go to snack. And look how often nuts are mentioned on the chart.

HippieChick58 Level 9 June 4, 2018
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Thank you I love the chart.

Wildgreens Level 7 June 4, 2018
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Does this actually work? Willing to do the science. Depression is in my genes and I tend to fall off the vegan wagon when I get the blues.

Yes it does. I follow this.

@Wildgreens Then I shall tattoo it onto my arm as a constant reminder! ?

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Might be useful, especially since eating a lot of the stuff on the right may eliminate the left-side cravings. That's what I've done and my only craving is for breads for making sandwiches. I limit myself to no more than 140 calories of bread in a day and skip most days altogether.

mtnhome Level 7 June 3, 2018

I haven't eaten bread in many years, miss the smell of bread.

@Sheannutt I know the feeling. smile003.gif

I make all my sandwiches these days open face on tostada shells. I have problems with eating flour so this solves two problems. I used to be a total bread addict, but after not eating it for a while it's lost its attraction except for the occasional craving for a toasted bagel.

My comfort food is bread toasted and buttered.

@HippieChick58 I understand that completely.

@TheoryNumber3 I enjoy a 90-calorie large oblong tostada-type bread called "Flatout" that can hold a lot of stuff.

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