Do you have an idea of nibbling’s impact on our “weight loss objective”? Before giving you some examples, and despite what you’ll read below, rest assured that if you ever crave for a “little bit of something” and you don’t allow it normally, treat yourself and have it! You will not put your shape in danger because of an “extra” consumed occasionally. Instead … by limiting your frustration, you expose yourself to a lower risk of cracking more intensely later on.
First, let me point out that, in the examples below, 1 table spoon of oil (tbsp) = 10 g of oil approximately and that 1 cube of sugar = 5 g of sugar.
* 1 candy = 1 sugar cube
* 1 scoop of sorbet = 2 cubes of sugar
* 1 ice cream = 1 tbsp of oil + 4 cubes of sugar
* 1 can (33 cl) of soda = 7 cubes of sugar
* 50 g of Chips = 2 tbsp of oil + 4 cubes of sugar
* 1 brioche = 1 tbsp of oil + 4 cubes of sugar
* 1 croissant = 1 tbsp of oil + 4 cubes of sugar
* 3 biscuits filled with chocolate = 1 tbsp of oil + 4 cubes of sugar
* 1 piece of a homemade chocolate cake = 1 tbsp of oil + 5 cubes of sugar