In today’s world of food there is no getting away from sugar. It’s in almost everything – and it is most certainly in everything that is processed. Ask yourself a few basic questions…
- Are you serious about changing for the better?
- Do you consider yourself health challenged?
- Does your diet consist of high sugar drinks?
- How many meals do you eat on the run?
- Do you eat fresh vegetables and fruit daily?
- How much red meat do you consume weekly?
- Do you exercise?
- Are you suffering from any illness or disease?
- Are you serious about eliminating sugar from your life?
Beating Sugar Addiction is not for the faint of heart. It may be the hardest thing you will accomplish in your lifetime. Chasing Miracles is invested in you and wants to travel with you on your journey.
Here are a few ways to get started:
- 1. Avoid Processed Foods.
- Did you know that sugar and processed foods are as addictive as heroin or cocaine?
- 2. Boost Your Serotonin.
- Serotonin, a.k.a. the “happiness hormone,” can be raised through diet, exercise, and the right sleep schedule. When you have plenty of serotonin, you are less likely to
have cravings for sweets.
- 3. Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth Naturally.
- The all-natural sweetener Stevia has zero calories, does not raise blood sugar levels, and is 300 times sweeter than sugar.
- 4. Drink Plenty of Alkaline Water.
- You may sometimes think that your body is asking for sugar, when in fact it’s dehydrated and really craving water.
- 5. Keep Your Blood Sugar Stable.
- Eat several small, healthy Body Ecology meals throughout your day instead of three large portions to avoid dips in blood sugar.
- 6. Have Plenty of Greens.
- Loaded with nutrition,green vegetables help boost your energy and reduce cravings for sugar and processed foods.
- 7. Eat More Sea Vegetables.
- Rich in vitamins and minerals, seaweed and sea vegetables make for a healthy snack. Exercising after dinner may even help type 2 diabetics lower their risk of heart disease, according to 2015 research from the University of Missouri-Columbia