10 best foods to fight sugar cravings

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So, what are the “foods that curb sugar cravings”? The answer might surprise you.

When someone experiences a sugar craving – they assume that the only thing that might “satisfy the food craving”? is sugar itself. It’s ironic – but the one thing that will never satisfy a craving for sugar – is sugar.

Foods that curb sugar cravings

When someone experiences a sugar craving – they assume that the only thing that might “satisfy the food craving”? is sugar itself. It’s ironic – but the one thing that will never satisfy a craving for sugar – is sugar. Of course, it seems to end the craving momentarily, but we don’t realize that our brain and body has been manipulated by a cunning, sneaky, man-made addiction to refined sugar.

When we consume refined sugar – it has a dramatic impact on our blood sugar levels creating what we perceive as excessive highs followed by miserable lows. These alone have an impact on our mental state with the lows appearing to get worse and worse. When those lows are relieved by the consumption of more refined sugar it fools us into believing that it created pleasure. We forget entirely that it was the extreme, violent manipulation of our blood sugar levels that created the discomfort of the low in the first place

What to eat to curb sweet cravings

If you crave refined sugar nothing will appear to satisfy that craving other than refined sugar itself. The way to curb sweet cravings doesn’t start with changing what you eat – it begins with changing what you think. If you mope and moan and feel miserable because you can’t have sweet things then you’ll be unhappy and the cravings simply get worse. However – if you get rid of the cravings altogether, by changing what you think about them and the foods that cause them – you feel wonderful.

Healthy snacks to curb sweet tooth

It’s not a case of replacing sweet stuff with other “snacks to curb a sweet tooth”, or providing you with a list of “what to eat to curb sweet cravings”. Such lists simply don’t address the psychological aspects of what causes sweet cravings and how to be rid of them forever. Even so called “natural ways to curb sugar cravings” are a folly. The cravings are fake and phony and are caused by the unnatural sweetness of refined sugar which manipulates our blood sugar levels and the negative mental process that manipulation instigates.

The real trick is to get in touch with your natural, instinctive, enjoyable sense of taste for what are your REAL favourite foods.

Final thoughts

Understanding the physical and mental causes of cravings for sweet things is essential – once you’ve done that you will undoubtedly develop a healthy craving for beautiful, fresh, gorgeous fruit and vegetables and be genuinely repulsed by the thought of the unnaturally sweet things that you used to crave. There is a massive difference in the two cravings. Your craving for beautiful fresh fruit makes you feel wonderful once you’ve consumed it – however responding to a craving for unnaturally sweet things full of refined sugar by eating those items makes us feel guilty, miserable ashamed, unattractive, unhealthy, and unfit.


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