With this article, we would like to help you with how you can reduce your sugar cravings.
We recommend slowly decreasing sugar intake. Otherwise, the changes could be overwhelming.
We’ve all experienced it. Just eat something, and there it is, the craving for sugar-rich foods. It is not always easy to resist this urge and stay active.
Dr. Robert Lustig M.D. revealed that sugar is poison, and it is addictive to the human brain as cocaine setting up the same dopamine triggers forcing you to crave more foods. The first thing you should do is to start cutting out sugar!
Sugar eats your body from within, first attacking the stomach along with the entire gastrointestinal tract slowly destroying the body from the inside out.