Ever wonder why you get sugar cravings out of nowhere?
Have people ever told you “oh just use some more willpower and be disciplined?” (Most. Useless. Response. Ever.)
Why Am I Powerless Against Sugar Cravings?
Have you tried consciously fighting them, “not right now… not right now… just keep walking…” but gave in later, anyway?
The problem is that people don’t realize that sugar cravings are almost strong as the cravings for drugs like cocaine.
Hopefully now you can see how ridiculously futile it is to try and use willpower to fight them.
Luckily, there have been a few very interesting studies done on beating sugar cravings (even cravings in general), so watch the video below where I show you three proven methods for succeeding.
Now Let Me Ask You: How Have You Tried to Fight Sugar Cravings?
What experience do you have fighting sugar cravings?
Have you tried using willpower?
Have you tried not buying sweets? What about other methods to beating cravings?
Do you feel totally powerless in the grasp of certain foods, and unable to control yourself?
What has worked? What hasn’t?
Just leave a comment below!
The studies mentioned in the video are found here:
- Meal timing and composition influence ghrelin levels, appetite scores and weight loss maintenance in overweight and obese adults.
- Low blood sugar ‘affects food cravings.’