Last Updated on September 1, 2020
“How can I stop eating sugary foods?” is a question I’ve been asked many times.
Sugar is extremely addictive for the brain. The brain loves sweet foods.
One of the first steps you can take to break a sugar addiction is not exposing yourself to the media that glorifies sweets. Instead, involve yourself in your own hobbies, physical activity, and healthy past times.
It’s also best to avoid sharing meals with people who eat a lot of sweets. The more friends you have that eat sweet foods, the more likely you are going to partake in all of this too. When you’re working on improving your health, spending a lot of time with junk food addicts isn’t going to help.
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I also recommend avoiding social events that include ample access to treats and sweets.
The more fresh food you eat – like vegetables, fruits, and lean meats – the less likely that you’ll crave sugary foods.
Making healthy choices for breakfast will help reduce sugar cravings. Having some protein in the morning is particularly helpful in keeping you satisfied for hours at a time. There are also hundreds of snack options that don’t involve sugar. Stock your kitchen with easy to grab, nutritious snacks like nuts, seeds, and chopped vegetables.
Over time you’ll lose your taste for sweet things. You’ll find that you no longer like the taste of pop or candy.
People don’t decide on their future. They decide on their habits. And their habits will then decide on the future of their health.