Second: "instead of this, eat this" , watch videos to make better decisions regarding of food, so next time you are at the grocery you can remember: "Oh, right, not this, this is better".
Third and final: Balance is key, you won't do it all the time, but once in a while won't hurt you, so don't starve yourself, if you want the doritos, buy the doritos, eat the doritos, your body will feel happy. Just remember to be honest with yourself. Neither often not never.
This feeling is much better than just buying a sort bought cake and binging on it. You'll learn to savor the sweets you made rather than being inclined to buy sweets from the shop all the time. Limiting is a good thing but hard sometimes. But I think if you put your mind to it, you can definitely do it!
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