You love sugar. You crave sugar. You feel bad after eating sugar.
Are you ready to conquer your sweet tooth?
Remove sweets from your home and desk drawer
Avoid artificial sweeteners and foods that contain them
Grab a piece of naturally sweetened fruit when hungry
Drink lots of water to fill up your stomach
Distract yourself with work, a good book, a hobby
Get up and exercise, stretch or take a brisk walk
Calm your stress with deep breathing or meditation
Eat frequent, filling meals with plenty of fiber and protein
Get a good night’s sleep to maintain proper hormone levels
Our daily intake of sugar averages
95 grams, which might not
sound like a lot, but that adds up to
about 77 pounds per year.
In the U.S., added sugars
account for up to 17% of the total
calorie intake of adults and
up to 14% for children.
The Sweet Smell of Victory:
Breaking the Cycle of Sugar Addiction
9 tips for beating sugar cravings while improving
your overall health and well-being:
Source: www.addictionresource.com/addiction/sugar-addiction/ Source: www.healthline.com/nutrition/too-much-sugar