top of page

Sugar craving

Getting over sugar cravings isn’t just about willpower and distractions.

If you experience intense sugar cravings, it’s time to stop wishing they’d disappear and start listening to what they say. And just in case you need me to say it, I don’t mean to stick your hand in the chocolate tin or have a magnum.

Sugar cravings are not the problem; they result from the problem. So get curious and discover what might be going on.

Common reasons we have cravings are: ▪ lack of sleep or fatigue ▪imbalance of your gut bacteria ▪hormone imbalance ▪chronic stress ▪eating the wrong foods for your body ▪ Not taking time for pleasure and play in your day ▪undereating ▪ Seeing foods as good or bad

Slow down and get curious; what could be going on for you?

You can choose not to eat sugar if you have a sugar craving. That choice is available to you. But in the long run, it’s much easier not to have the cravings.

Want to stop sugar cravings?

Focus on what’s causing them, make a mental note, and actively try to solve it.

Hint exercise can settle it or give you the motivation to try harder!

11 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page