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Good question! if you get a good answer that doesn't involve a mouth guard and handcuffs, let me know!
All kidding aside, I just try to focus on providing healthy options along side the not-so-healthy options. When I do make "unhealthy" snacks, I try to use healthier ingredients, or cook fresh whenever possible. I even make healthy substitutions, for example using applesauce in place of oil in some baked goods, or using coconut sugar or sugar in the raw instead of white sugar. I also try to get more exercise during this season. It may or may not help...I like to think it does.
I've had no problem turning down sweets since I became sick. I know it might not stay down. Not a good way to avoid all the Christmas sweets. If I felt better and had more time I would make fudge and eat way too much. Which that is not what you want to hear.lol It helps if you keep them in a cabinet so you don't have to look at them all the time.