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Curbing Sugar Cravings


Sometimes it is hard to say no, especially when you think about how sweet a treat is and how satisfied you feel once you finish the last bite. Candy is something that is both good and evil; evil for our bodies but oh so good for the taste buds. What if there was a way to curb your sweet tooth but you could still indulge? Look no further, we have the solution so you can still rock your summer body and still get a taste of the sweet stuff.


The first step is to get your body adjusted to a healthier diet, so you need to start eating more vegetables. I know what you're thinking... "NO!" Well, you have to. Veggies are tasty and eventually, your body will start to crave healthy snacks instead of sweet ones. Start off with a small portion of every meal and start opting for healthier options when you need to snack. It helps if you have cut veggies ready to grab in the fridge. Another good way to start adjusting your body is by incorporating fruit with protein. Bananas dipped in natural peanut butter or mandarin oranges, toasted almonds, and cottage cheese are great options to start the process. Don't be scared to get creative.


Various types of berries are a great and tasty way to start cutting back on the type of treats you are accustomed to. You get the sweet taste without the extra chemicals and other additives. Adding lean proteins and healthy fats to all of your meals can also help to fill you up so you don't feel more inclined to snack, and in turn, fall off the health bandwagon. Avocados, nuts, chicken, and salmon are just some of the foods you can start to add to your diet to help fill the sweetness void. Nutriair also has some great products to help you beat the cravings – give Peppermint Breeze or Sweet Melon a try. These products taste sweet and will let you indulge without actually giving into temptation.


Healthy eating shouldn't be looked at like a chore or a punishment; there are so many different recipes and styles to cook meals without sacrificing flavor. Don't completely deprive yourself either though, or you will go crazy. Eating sweets in moderation is the best thing you can do for your body and well-being.