Check for sugar in canned foods. Be careful with “healthy” processed snacks. Start with unsweetened iced tea, plain yogurt, and unflavored oatmeal. No matter how much sweetener you add, you probably won't add as much as the manufacturer would have.
According to Dr. First, discover the root cause of your cravings for sweets or carbohydrates. Go back to your daily routine and start eliminating one sweet food from your diet each week. For example, put less sugar or no sugar in your morning coffee, no bread with dinner, and no dessert after dinner.
You'll be surprised to see how your body responds to these changes almost immediately. You can also try to stay within the perimeter of the store and avoid the central aisles, which is where processed snacks and junk food are normally found.