1. Reduce or eliminate caffeine. The ups and downs of caffeine include
de-hydration and blood sugar swings, making sugar cravings more frequent.
2. Drink water. Sometimes sweet cravings are a sign of dehydration. Before you “go
it”, have a glass of water and then wait a few minutes to see what happens.
drinks are now America’s number one source of added sugar.
3. Eat sweet vegetables and fruit. They are
sweet, healthy, and yummy. The more you ear, the less
you crave sugar.
4. Use gentle sweets. Avoid chemicalized, artificial sweeteners and food with sugar
added. Use gentle sweeteners
like maple syrup, brown rice syrup, dried fruit and
5. Get physical activity. Start with simple activities, like walking
or yoga. Start with 10
minutes a day and increase. It will help balance your blood sugar
levels and reduce
tension without medicating yourself with