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Lauren
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Shaw Somers himself called crisps the devil’s food. I’m so lucky as they have never been my ‘thing’.

Head hunger will be the biggest hurdle you will face in my honest and very humble opinion. The best way around it is to spend a bit of time searching for healthy ‘snack’ alternatives so that, if your resolve falters, you can’t totally sabotage yourself. Crisps and sweets and biscuits etc are appealing because they Re immediately gratifying. No preparation or cooking usually so, healthy snack food tend to be bypassed (see what I did there?!) for quick hits.

Be a bit lazy. Buy ready done crudités. No peeling, chopping, preparing etc… Why not!? You are saving a ruddy fortune on the rest of your food anyway! Ready chopped and peeled exotic fruits, nuts, seeds etc. spend the money on good quality nutritious snacks that you can have instantly so that you can shut head hunger up with it!

It does get easier I promise you. We all have to be like Boy Scouts and girl guides for a while – Be Prepared!

You’re doing brilliantly.

Doodah x

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