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28 Feb 18
When it is late at night and I am almost ready for bed, I almost always want sugar! Sometimes I give in to the temptation, but recently I have found a substitute for candy or sweets!
Whenever I crave something sweet late at night, I drink a cup of my favorite fruity herbal tea! My personal favorite is the Mango Passionfruit tea by Stash Tea Company!
Drinking this late at night satisfies my sugar cravings and helps me relax and get ready for bed!
6 Apr 18
Thank you: good idea. My favourite is licquorice and I’ve never thought of it when those cravings come. My worst time is when I start preparing dinner in the evening.
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