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Adding in some delicious foods that have slower blood sugar release is a great way to ditch sugar without the cravings
Sweet Potatoes are a traditional diabetes remedy, as they have an amazing effect on blood sugar levels. Likewise using flavours rather than sweeteners makes a huge difference, Vanilla and... Read more

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Sugar free granola
Most people think granola is a healthy choice. And I was exactly the same. I used to eat of lot of granola particularly when I was travelling as lots of food places do granola as a breakfast... Read more

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Up your Glutamine level
Glutamine is an amino acid that provides energy in the brain and helps build and maintain muscle. While it is most commonly used by body-builders to help reduce muscle deterioration during and... Read more

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Eat More Frequently (And Don't Skip Meals).
Think twice before you skip breakfast or any meal for that matter, as this is one of the most common causes of sugar cravings. When you skip a meal or leave long periods between eating, your energy... Read more

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Aromatherapy to help reduce those sugar cravings
Sugar cravings can be caused by multitude of reasons: insufficient nutritional support, intestinal imbalances, emotional eating, habitual patterns, emotional and mental stress. Aromatherapy can... Read more

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What is Intermittent Fasting?
Many religions practice periods of fasting and our hunter-gatherer ancestors would certainly have gone for long stretches without food so fasting is nothing new. Intermittent fasting (IF) is now... Read more

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Retrain your brain to deal with sugar cravings
When craving your favourite sweet treat take a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar to take away the craving. Retrain your brain by not rewarding it with what you are craving. The aim of this trick... Read more

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Eat Good Fats
Eat mono-saturated and poly-saturated fats with every meal to keep sugar cravings at bay. Read more

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Decode your cravings
Take note of when you experience sugar cravings and make changes based on your findings. Read more

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Cinnamon helps to reduce Sugar craving
If you constantly finding yourself craving sugar after a meal try introducing cinnamon into your food. Cinnamon has been shown in multiple studies to help to reduce sugar cravings by controlling... Read more

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Beating the Afternoon Sweet Tooth
Often in the mid-afternoon, are insulin levels have just come down from a post lunch spike and we start to feel tired/lazy/in need of a pick-me-up. Our culture has trained us to think the quickest... Read more

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Eat toasted coconut chips
Eat a handful of toasted coconut chips when you have a sugar craving. The slight sweet flavor will satisfy the craving, while the high saturated fat content will make you naturally want to stop... Read more

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Boost your Chromium levels!
WHAT IS CHROMIUM? Chromium is a mineral which plays an important role in stabilizing blood sugar levels, which in turn can help eliminate sugar cravings. In some cases, sweet cravings can simply... Read more

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What craving chocolate actually means!
Other than the fact that chocolate tastes finger-licking good, there is another reason why our body craves this delectable treat - Magnesium! Usually if our bodies crave something, it is a message... Read more

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Get rid of sugar cravings by fuelling on fat!
When craving sugar in any form try and take a teaspoon of coconut oil instead. Nourish your brain instead of compromising it. Read more

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5 ways to reduce your sugar cravings
Sugar has been found to be more addictive and harder to give up than cocaine. It is present in most of our food and culturally acceptable to have it at every little occasion, it is no wonder we... Read more

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Tame your Sugar Cravings
L-glutamine supplement have been anecdotally shown to help reduce and eliminate sugar cravings. Between 750-200mg at bedtime may help avoid sugar cravings the next day. Read more

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Fruit & nuts as a replacement
Mix up a box of dried fruit and nuts and when you feel peckish, have a couple of bits. Helps ease the sugar craving. Read more

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