Kick The Sugar Cravings for Good 🍦🍰🎂

Many people don’t understand how detrimental sugar can be. It’s more addicting that drugs, one of the major toxins, and leads to inflammation and weight gain, depletes the adrenals, and leads to other serious health problems.

Put simply – sugar burdens your body.

What’s worse, is that it’s hidden in most of the foods you’ll find at your local grocery store. I challenge you to grab a few items out of your pantry and read the labels. You will be shocked at what you find. Your favorite store-bought granola bar that claims to be filled with vitamins and minerals, is most likely made with mostly sugar.

But what about the “sugar-free” alternatives? The truth is, most “sugar-free” options are often packed with artificial sweeteners and these are even worse for your body than sugar. They slow down the metabolism and mess with endocrine disruptors, among other unwanted side effects.

If you get those cravings when you are at a party, or find yourself eating your child’s graham crackers, or grabbing a diet soda out of the cooler at the store, you are probably addicted to sugar. Experience headaches, fatigue and exhaustion when you don’t eat sugar? That’s your body urging you to satisfy the desire.

If you want to ditch the sugar addiction, it is possible! Let me tell you what worked for me:

Start your day with protein. I like to add a protein powder to my morning smoothie because the amino acids balance and stabilize blood sugar, which reduces sugar cravings.Start your day with affirmations and one-minute meditation. I realized I was jumping out of bed and pushing my adrenals to the max right away. Don’t do that. Instead, make time in the morning to create a space for yourself – even 5 minutes will change your day.If you are craving something sweet, have a sweet healthy treat like a protein ball in the recipe guide and add some raw cacao nibs for a dose of magnesium.Hydrate daily. Often the body craves sugar when it is dehydrated.Drink four ounces of coconut water and add a squeeze of lemon.De-stress and do something nice for yourself such as get a massage, take a walk with a friend or light a candle and read a book.Stevia is a great all-natural sweetener that does not elevate blood sugar. Other natural sources of sugar are coconut sugar, coconut nectar or honey.


Ready to try a healthy recipe to help you ditch the chocolate craving? This is so delicious and super healthy for you.


1 avocado

½ cup almond, coconut, or hemp milk

3 tablespoons raw cacao powder

2 tablespoons raw honey or 5 drops of stevia

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

3 drops mint extract (optional)

Use a blender to make creamy. Let it set up in the fridge for 1 hour (or more). Top with organic berries.


Email me to set up your free strategy session


Video Player00:0000:47

0 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All