Conquer Those Snack Cravings with Meta Appetite Control #MetaSnackID

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This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/ Meta Appetite Control

I think it’s safe to say that we all know those familiar munchie cravings just a little too well. Whether you’re an early morning snacker, midday nosher or late night “anything I can put in my mouth” kind of snacker, those seemingly harmless little snacks can add up to unwanted pounds and extra time spent at the gym. I typically follow a low carb diet, and it helps me maintain my weight…THOSE THOSE SNACKS, THO! Regardless of your diet plan or exercise regime, snacks have a tricky way of sneaking into your daily life and throwing all of your hard work right out the window.

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Everyone could use a little help when it comes to fighting that snacking fixation, and now Meta Appetite Control is here to help! Meta Appetite Control partnered with registered dietitian nutritionist Jessica Fishman Levinson MS, RDN, CDN, to create six Snack ID profiles and to provide healthy snacking tips, customized for each profile. To bring these Snack IDs to life, Meta Appetite Control partnered with POPSUGAR to turn these Snack ID profiles and tips into an interactive, online quiz. Check out the POPSUGAR Snack ID Quiz!

I worked hard to slim down after my divorce…dating in your late 30s is NOT easy, and I really don’t want to backtrack in that weight loss and fall down the slippery slope of “just one snack won’t hurt me” and then BAM! None of my clothes fit.

Jenn in Dominican Republic

Go ahead and take this short Snack ID Quiz to find out what kind of snacker you are. I took the quiz and found out that I am an All-Or-Nothing Nosher.


You don’t always snack, but when you do, it’s go big or go home. You don’t believe in a small popcorn at the movies, you’ve never shared a pint of ice cream, and you find the concept of “bite-size” anything to be inconceivable. Stop depriving yourself and start enjoying the foods you love on a regular basis so you don’t overdo it when you’re faced with them. You can also try having a glass of cold water with Meta Appetite Control beforehand to help control your snacking.


Yep, that sounds about. If I am going to do it, I do it ALL THE WAY. Which is a serious problem when you’re trying to maintain a healthy weight. Fortunately, Meta Appetite Control is perfect for my lifestyle, as I can just whip up a drink or smoothie and sip while working, keeping those snack cravings at bay – and keep my favorite first date dresses fitting the way they were intended to!

Jenn Meta Appetite Control

About Meta Appetite Control

Meta Appetite Control is a fiber supplement from the makers of Metamucil. It contains 100% natural psyllium; is clinically proven to help you feel less hungry between meals;* and helps you “break up” with daily snack cravings.

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The main psyllium fiber thickens and forms a gel in your digestive system, slowing absorption and digestion, which aids in the sensation of fullness.

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I have taken supplements like this before, and I have to say, I really enjoy Meta Appetite Control – it’s smooth and doesn’t have a gritty texture like some other brands I’ve tried in the past. I have been using the Pink Lemonade Quench and I love the flavor! It is also available in an unflavored smoothie supplement and an Orange Zest flavor. Did I mention they are also sugar free?


Print your coupon here and start shopping the Meta Appetite Control line of products to help curb your snack attacks!

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Meta partnered with bloggers, such as me, to get the word out about its great product benefits. As part of this program, I received compensation for my time. Meta believes that consumers and bloggers are free to form their own opinions and share them in their own words. Meta’s policies align with WOMMA Ethics Code, Federal Trade Commission (FTC) guidelines and social media engagement recommendations.

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  1. Jacqui Odell says

    My husband and I have been talking about trying to find something to help with my diet. I hit a wall. This could help.

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