Removing sugar cravings from your day requires a few nourishing tips and health tricks. Let me share with you a few of my nutrition tips for nailing those sugar cravings. I am not a fan of sugar. Every health conditions and weight loss goal my clients approach me with require removing sugar from their diet. This one tip has enormous results with their health. Removing sugar from a clients diet requires support. Some of my clients go cold turkey and others need some support.
Tips On How To Nail Those Sugar Cravings
Eat nourishing wholefoods packed with nutrients.
Graze don’t gorge. Eat small meals regularly throughout the day to balance blood sugar.
Include a variety of healthy protein and healthy fats with each meal to control blood sugar. This plays a pivotal role with nailing those sugar cravings.
Cinnamon is my superfood hero for balancing blood sugar levels. Blood sugar levels which are balanced remove sugar cravings.
Fitness and yoga help balance blood sugar levels, reduce tension, boost your energy and soo much more. My daily fitness session is a locked in, non-negotiable part of my day. I love working out in the morning to set me up for the day. I am definately more proproductive at work after my fitness. Exercise usually decreases the need for a sugar lift.
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Cleanse To Reduce Sugar Cravings
Cleanse and hit the reset button. A nutritional cleanse often decreases sugar cravings. I find this an incredble way to strip back to the essentials of truely what your body requires. Most of the time your body doesn’t require half of the food we eat. I recently thrived through a 30 day nutritional cleanse.
Explore any emotional issues that may be causing the sugar addiction. I love yoga and meditation for addressing this one.
Keep sugary snacks out of your house and office. It’s difficult to snack on things that aren’t there! Make a batch of my Cacao Chia Seed Bliss Bar. Cacao and chia seeds are the name of the game with these tasty little numbers.
Hydrate, hydrate and hydrate. Oh did I mention drinking lots of water. Clean, filtered water has a massive part to play towards our health. Sometimes what we perceive as a food craving is really thirst.
Avoid complex carbohydrates. Bread, bagels, pasta…. Aka the white stuff. They are usually highly refined and mess up your blood sugar levels. I crafted a whole chapter in my Wellness From Your Plate ebook on balancing blood sugar levels. Its a massive component for good health. All my clients know how to balance their blood sugar levels.
The fewer nutrient deficiencies, the fewer cravings. Certain nutrients seem to improve blood sugar control including L-Glutamine, chromium, vitamin B3 and magnesium is what I recommend as a general rule.