Tips To Avoid Food Cravings

Tips To Avoid Food Cravings

It would seem that most people feel less than empowered when dealing with this subject and feel that they “can’t” overcome food cravings. Look for solutions instead of throw up obstacles. Don’t believe in limits and don’t bother with excuses. It comes down to “How bad do you want it! With education and persistence we discover solutions. So start with the belief that “We can successfully overcome food cravings”!

With this belief in mind, you are ready to move ahead and decide if the following tips will be worth putting into action.


Take A Multivitamin: Many cravings are thought to be a sign of nutrient deficiency from our foods. One simple way to start correcting these deficiencies is to take a basic multivitamin and mineral supplement. It is not necessary for this to be a mega dose pack of micronutrients. A little can go a long way to correcting deficiencies when taking a quality multivitamin and mineral supplements. With the correct amount of nutrients in our system, the mind and body work as they should and are less likely to trigger cravings.

Eat More Fruits And Vegetables: The reality is that we don’t typically eat enough fruits and vegetables! Most people acquire a taste for coffee to provide a quick pick-me-up and acquire a taste for alcohol to relax. Acquire a task for something that will help you live longer – namely fruit and veg!

Have Good Fats: Good fats are hard to find – well that’s not true – but they are impossible to make, so we must consciously select foods that have the essential fats our body needs or we need to supplement with these fats. Try these options:

olive oil,
canola oil,
flax oil,
sesame oil,
coconut oil,
fish oil,
primrose oil,
and many types of raw nuts and seeds.



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