- Quit cold turkey. This includes prepackaged foods, sweetened beverages and white flour.
Eat more protein. Protein will help you avoid hunger.
Increase your dietary fiber to help you control your blood sugar.
Drink more water. Thirst is often confused with hunger. Water also helps keep you regular.
Avoid artificial sweeteners as it encourages sugar cravings.
Manage your stress to keep cravings under control.
Exercise increases energy and reduces stress.
Drink some greens. It is found to decrease sweet cravings from day one.
Get enough sleep.
Eat something bitter. Bitter foods like coffee, arugula or broccoli raab shuts down the receptors in the brain that makes us crave sugar.
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