Most of us cave into from time to time and there’s always a lesson you can learn to help you prevent a similar outcome in future.

In today’s video I share a recent experience where I gave into a food temptation and I’ve grown from this opportunity. I’m looking forward to hearing if you can relate to what I just went through and you’ve learned to better handle a situation where you are faced with tempting foods.

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    32 replies to "Caving Into Food Temptations (Lessons Learned)"

    • Lose Fat Get Jacked

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      • Maurice Cooper

        Most definitely! Food temptations do me in every time.😂 But because of my struggle with portions, it’s a gut buster. Gotta learn to control it.👍

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        It takes practice. Keep up the effort my man.

    • Stefan Pohl

      Hey Scott, I can surely relate. After taking up a new job in my company on July 11th I moved during working hours from home office to the office. The colleagues put loads of free sweets into the kitchen, every counter top, onto desks etc. terrible. It’s really difficult not to grab something as I’m on a diet and feel the hunger sometimes arise. I’ve gotten weak a few times but I always try to manage not to exceed my planned calories.

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Those are difficult situations to be in. It’s great to hear that you’ve been managing the challenge well. It’ll get easier to turn it down.

    • hardbody training!!

      #nodaysoff and that including the diet!

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Nice 💪 I personally take a flexible approach to my diet. A little time off doesn’t do any harm and just reinforces my lifestyle

    • Shamik Ghose

      You’re right about the whole lifestyle habits! I appreciate you always showing the human side, thank you for always being so honest.

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Thanks a million for the positive feedback. I think it’s important to keep things raw and real. We all face similar challenges and sharing our experiences helps us learn and grow together 💪

    • Maurice Cooper

      Cap’n Crunch was also my favorite. I can’t eat that one anymore.😔 Maybe that’s a good thing. Great video!👍

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        It’s definitely a good thing that you can’t eat it any more. I did just fine the past 4 years without it. Thanks for the positive feedback as always brother.

    • Lee Harris

      Great share scott 👍
      One of my issues is trying to avoid eating the kids food that is in the house !

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        That’s definitely a challenge my brother. That’s why it’s so important for us to look within and recognize what best for us. Over time, it gets much easier to avoid those temptations, but we can’t win every time 😉

    • Bernie Doucet

      Me: telling my wife at a restaurant, that I was feeling very full but that it would be a waste of money not finish. Her response: You already spent the money; you wasted the money as soon as you overbought – eating it will not result in a refund and not eliminate the “waist” ….

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        You have a VERY intelligent wife. I LOVE her response. Thank you so much for sharing that with me 🙏

    • Dean Linnell

      Wow – that justification of excess is so relatable for me.

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        It’s so crazy how we are wired like this when it comes to highly processed foods.

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    • Danique v Mook

      I really needed this video right now, I struggle with this too and I’m trying to get better. I normally don’t comment on videos but I just wanted to say thank you for making this 🙂

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        I’m so glad to hear that the video resonated with you 🙏 You’re definitely not alone. The struggle is real. Never stop trying to overcome it. Thank you so much for the positive feedback

    • Qianna Gonzales

      lol I definitely do the same exact thing, just to get it out of the way lol I thought I was the only person crazy enough to think that way!

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        You’re DEFINITELY not alone. It’s way more common than you may realize. It’s crazy how our minds are wired like this. Thanks for sharing your experience

    • Patricia Alves

      So relatable! I don’t really have a solution because I still love food way too much but I’m glad I’m not alone 😂

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Food is so good! Just try to reduce the temptations the best we can and try to eat to satisfaction, which is when we gain the most pleasure from food, not when we stuff ourselves

    • Jeff S

      Thanks for sharing, totally relatable! I know myself I’ll start letting myself buy and keep “treats” at home and for months, could be three or six months or longer, it’s all good, I can eat one here and there. Then, one day, usually some stressor happens and I I’ll go to town on my stockpile of treats and end up having 4,000 cals of packaged snack foods, which like you, I’d really much rather have something fancier from a bakery or such. It’s one thing to have 200 or 300 calories of packaged snack foods but 1,000+ cals is a total waste, for me, in terms of not really enjoying it. Then, sometimes that will set off a couple days of “eff-it” mentality and really can start doing some dietary damage in that situation.

      Greatly slowing down my eating at every meal and snack I find helps as rapid eating I find to be a tell tale sign that there is some sort of compulsive eating going on.

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Thanks for sharing your personal experiences. Your ability to abstain and some of the triggers that cause you to cave into the temptations. So glad to hear that you found the video relatable. I appreciate you.

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