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End Sugar Craving

1. Adjusting to milder sweets

The use of excessively refined sweets increases your desire and tolerance for sweets to unhealthy standards. Making a choice of mild natural sweeteners allows your body readjust and free you from the cycles of sugar. The adjustment will help you start enjoying natural sugar-free desserts.

2. Eating whole fruits and sweet veggies

A fresh ripe fruit is a good example of a sweet, whole food. When eaten this was, the natural sugars in the fruit possess the exact minerals, vitamins, enzymes and fiber combinations that the body requires for digestion and utilization. Natural vegetables like parsnips, yams, beets and carrots also offer similar benefits. When you eat them regularly, the mellow sweet flavors helps in curbing sugar cravings.

3. Chewing well

Always eat complex carbohydrates and grains well. They usually release natural sweetness for calming the nervous system which alleviates the excess desire for sweets.

4. Balancing yin and yang

In China, the Yin and Yang are the main elements for balancing your body. Everything we eat will affect the balance. Eating foods from the middle of the spectrum ensures that the balance remains stable. Cheese, meat, and salty foods are always on the yang end of the range while sugar, alcohol, and coffee are yin. Many people struggle to balance the two ends of this spectrum. Vegetables, nuts, whole grains, and beans are in the middle of the range. A steady diet will support the yin/yang balance of the body and help in freeing the sugar cravings.

5. Drinking a lot of water

The most common cause of cravings is dehydration. Whenever you have an urge to grab something sweet, take a glass of water instead. Rehydrating is an excellent way to intercept cravings and bring back a healthy balance.