7 Tips To Get Rid of Sugar Cravings

Are you trying to rid yourself of those terrible daily sugar cravings? Try these 7 tips.

We’ve all experienced it. Sugar cravings. You’re going along with your day when “BAM!” you’re craving a nice donut or ice-cold soda. It’s a natural part of life. Sweets are actually the first taste that humans prefer from birth. Sugar releases endorphins to help make us feel good. A little sugar and sweet is all well and good, but too much can be an issue. If you find yourself constantly in a state of sugar craving, try the following tips:

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  1. Give in a little. A small sweet, such as a single cookie, can help you get past the craving.
  2. Avoid processed foods. Processed food is addictive and can encourage your sugar cravings.
  3. Drink more water. Sometimes our body craves sugar when we’re actually dehydrated and craving water.
  4. Go for a walk. Before you give in to temptation, try getting away for a little while with a short, brisk walk outside.
  5. Eat regularly. If you try starving yourself of you miss a meal, you could crave sugar in response to needing more nutrients and food.
  6. Do a cleanse. Try a 14-day Teatox to help you beat your sugar cravings.
  7. Grab a piece of gum. Chewing gum helps to reduce food cravings in general and can help you avoid your sugar craving.

It’s not easy to beat the sugar cravings, but with a little discipline, the help of Teatox, and the tips above, you can cut back on your daily sugar intake for good.

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