People tend to crave snacks.
I personally believe this is the main reason why it is difficult to stick to a healthy diet.
Job comes from the need for "pleasure" of the brain - not the body's need for food.
IF you take a bite and stop, then it is normal to eat a little more at the time of craving.
But if you tend to swallow and eat too much as you taste sugary foods, satisfying your appetite is the worst thing you can do.
This is a simple 3-step plan to tame the craving for sugar.
You can do one of them. If it doesn't work, you can do two, or all three.
1. Eat a meal if you feel hungry
It is important to recognize hunger that is NOT the same as appetite.
It's not because your body requires energy, but because your brain needs something to release a lot in .
However, if you have an appetite and I'm hungry again, this is really very bad.
Food cravings combined with hunger form an agent so strong that most people cannot resist.
If you are hungry and you're hungry, start right away and cook a healthy meal.
Eating real food may not make you feel really good at craving something like ice cream, but do it at all costs.
2. Take a hot bath
I myself find the most effective way to get rid of a constant appetite is to take a hot bath.
The water must be hot - not so hot that it burns the skin but it must be hot enough to no longer be pleasant.
Let the water flow over your back and shoulders and let it heat you up at least 5-10 minutes.
When you step out of the bathroom, you will feel "amazing", just like sitting in a sauna for a long time.
At that time, the appetite will disappear.
Another thing that might be effective is going out for a brisk walk.
If you are a jog, it will be better to run.
This is for a purpose but twice as effective. First of all, you are isolating yourself from the craving food.
Second, exercise will release the "pleasure" chemical in the brain, will help you stop your appetite.
If you can't go out, do a series of exhausted exercises including full body exercises, push ups, squat exercises or any other body weight exercises.
Other effective ways
I'm pretty sure these 3 steps will work for most people to tame the craving for sugar.
But of course, the best option so far is to try to prevent the appetite from appearing in the first place.
To do that, throw it all snacks out of your house. If you leave them within reach then you will be in trouble.
Also, if you eat healthy and exercise a few times a week, you probably won't find your appetite nearly constant.
Here are some other methods that may be helpful for you.
- Drink 1 cup of water. Some people say appetite may be due to dehydration.
- Eating fruit. A piece of fruit can help satisfy the craving for sugar in some people. Banana , apples, oranges are fine.
- Avoid artificial sweeteners. If you feel that artificial sweeteners stimulate appetite, you should avoid them.
- Eat more protein. Protein helps satisfy. It can also help with appetite.
- Talk to a friend. Call / go to someone who understands what you are going through. Explain that you are overcoming your appetite and ask for some encouragement.
- Good night. Getting enough sleep and good sleep is important for overall health and can help prevent food cravings.
- Avoid excessive stress. As with sleep, avoiding stress can help prevent food cravings.
- Avoid certain stimuli. Try to avoid specific activities or places that cause appetite, such as walking through McDonald’s.
- Use multivitamins. This will help prevent any vitamin deficiency.
- Read the list. It can be very helpful to bring a list of reasons you want to eat healthily, because it's hard to remember such things when you have an appetite.
- Do not starve yourself. Try to prevent yourself from feeling too hungry between meals.
If sometimes you can eat junk food without being addicted and not affecting your performance, keep going.
That means you are one of those lucky people who can enjoy these things moderately.
But if you're like me and can't control all of these foods yourself, you should try to stay away from them as much as possible.
Satisfying your appetite will only nourish your addiction.
If you control to control appetite, it will become weaker and even disappear.
I personally did not touch the road either gluten for over 5 months and I never crave anymore.
I lost 14 kg (31 pounds) without any major effort and nothing better than this in this life.