I’m Fit & Happy teaches you how to reduce sugar cravings with 5 tips:
- One or two teaspoons of coconut oil a day may keep the sugar cravings away! Enjoy coconut oil plain, add to your coffee/tea, or cook with it to help reduce sugar cravings.
- Cinnamon helps to balance blood sugar, stabilize your energy, and curb cravings. Cinnamon will give you added flavor and sweetness from a natural, whole food source.
- Eliminate processed foods from your diet. Processed foods have sugars and additives to make them taste good and keep you coming back for more. If it’s in a package, put it down!
- Cut down on sugar and carbs! Carbs and sugar can cause an excessive insulin response, which can lead to low blood sugar levels and sugar cravings.
- Enjoy healthy fats! Healthy fats help to keep blood sugar levels stable. There is no insulin response to healthy fat! Avocado, olive oil, coconut, coconut oil, raw nuts, grass-fed beef, wild salmon, and pasture-raised egg yolks are all great examples of healthy fats. Consuming them with your meals will satisfy your hunger and help keep the cravings away. Stay away from unhealthy fats: soy, corn, safflower, sunflower, and canola oil.
We believe nutrition, fitness, rest, and stress management play important roles in becoming Fit & Happy! Make it a habit to go on a daily walk and start eliminating processed foods today! We hope you enjoyed our 5 tips teaching you how to reduce sugar cravings. Please share our articles with your friends and loved ones! Wishing you the best of luck on your journey to cutting back on sugar!
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