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6 Sweet Steps to Stop Those Sugar Cravings

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If you are absolutely unsuccessful in steering clear of the wonderfully sweet taste of sugar, you shouldn’t feel bad. That is because your brain is hardwired to demand, crave Golden granulated, light muscovado and dark muscovado sugarand beg for sugary tasting sweets and treats. Take the 7 steps below and you can find yourself crushing those sugar cravings once and for all, in spite of your natural desire.

  1. Eat Breakfast
    Several studies have shown that those people who eat a healthy breakfast crave less sugars, sweets and unhealthy treats during the day. And when you combine this tip with number 2 below, you will be even more successful in controlling those sugar cravings. You should be eating breakfast within 30-60 minutes of waking up. Sorry coffee doesn’t cut it for breakfast. I love the stuff, but you need more than to get your body fueled.
  2. Get Protein With Every Snack or Meal
    The smartest way to eat is to have 5 or 6 meals and snacks spread out across your day. And every time you eat you should include protein, whether you are sitting down to a regular meal or just enjoying a quick snack. Protein helps stabilize your blood sugar, and you suffer less sugar cravings. When I say protein, it’s more than just string cheese. I’m talking a lean protein either animal or plant base. You should pair that with a veggie and you will be filled for hours.
  3. Team Up With a Partner
    Any big change in your life is made easier when you have a like-minded individual along the ride. You probably know someone else that has sugar cravings just like you. Get them involved as a partner, and you can help each other beat your unhealthy sugar habits.
  4. Try to Forget About Weight Loss
    You are going to naturally lose unhealthy weight and fat when you begin to control your sugar cravings. However, this should not be your mindset. Focus mentally on your sugar addiction only. Your brain works at its natural best when it directs all of its mental energy on one task at a time. Once you have a healthy relationship with sugar, then you can worry about any extra weight loss you want to attempt. Our minds are a powerful thing. Once we learn to harness it BOOM that’s when the magic happens.
  5. Cut Yourself Some Slack
    Own your business, you are probably going to succumb to your sugar addiction several times when you are attempting to control your cravings. Do not beat yourself up mentally. Just start over, it’s not about willpower and determination. Let’s be honest — willpower sucks — it’s about consistency not constantly. Accept that you will slip up but eventually your slips up will be few and far between.
  6. Dump the Artificial Sweeteners
    Foods and drinks with the “low sugar” or “sugar-free” often use aspartame, Nutrasweet, Splenda or some other artificial sweetener to replace sugar. A revealing study from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio showed that a single can of diet soda causes your risk for obesity to go up 41%. Contrary to popular belief, these so called diet foods can actually cause a sugar craving.

Want to learn even more’ Check out my free cravings report where I go into greater detail.


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