Sugar Addict 101 – Tip #15

Sugar Addict 101 – Tip #15

Tip #15 – HAVE A PLAN Whether you bring your snacks and lunch to work or planning to go to a restaurant, have a plan for what you will eat and when you will exercise throughout the day to keep you on track.  When the decision has already been made, it is easier...
Sugar Addict 101 – Tip #14

Sugar Addict 101 – Tip #14

Tip #14 – GET MOVING Many people wake up, sit in their cars in rush hour, spend all day sitting at their desk working, jump in their cars for the commute home, then collapse on their couch for the rest of the evening… Does this sound familiar?  If it does,...
Sugar Addict 101 – Tip #13

Sugar Addict 101 – Tip #13

Tip #13 – SNEAK IN MORE PROTEIN Adding in protein to your meals and snacks will help keep blood sugar levels steady and reduce cravings since protein imbalances can cause sugar cravings. Think beyond the cow or the chicken.  Be creative with quinoa, beans, nuts,...
Sugar Addict 101 – Tip #12

Sugar Addict 101 – Tip #12

Tip #12 – BALANCE YOUR MEALS Foods such as meat, milk, sugar, and salt have extreme effects on the body.  Seek out less extreme and healthier alternatives to satisfy you, such as vegetables. Your body naturally wants to be balanced.  The food we eat is a major...
Sugar Addict 101 – Tip #11

Sugar Addict 101 – Tip #11

Tip #11 – EAT, DO NOT SKIP MEALS Enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner to keep your metabolism working efficiently.  I don not usually go longer than 4-5hours between meals besides sleep.  I try not to eat for 11-12 hours at night, 8 pm to 7-7:30 am. Most Americans...
Sugar Addict 101 – Tip #10

Sugar Addict 101 – Tip #10

Tip #10 – SQUASH CRAVINGS BY EATING NATURALLY SWEET FOODS Long before food processing, the only source of sweet tastes were plant foods such as squash, sweet potatoes, yams, carrots, onions, beets, blueberries, oatmeal grains, fruit, and spices like cinnamon. ...

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