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Craving Sugar?

Craving sugar? Your gut health could be out of balance. A common symptom of gut health imbalance is cravings. Heal the gut with probiotic-rich foods like kefir, sauerkraut, and fermented foods, and supplement with natural, whole food sourced supplements.

Probiotics have been found to heal many illnesses, as well as boosting digestive health and immune functioning. Having healthy, balanced gut bacteria can help with gluten intolerance, constipation, allergies, yeast infections, asthmas, even mood.

Remember that wheat in particular can cause cravings and can wreak havoc on the gut, leaving your digestive system and hunger cues out of whack for days.

Besides increasing your intake of probiotics, here are some other tips to help you kick those sugar (and wheat, it has the same imact on blood sugar and gut health) cravings and get back on track with healthy eating:

Craving chocolate? Have some magnesium!

Increase healthy fats like coconut oil, avocado, grass-fed meats, cheese, butter, etc. – they are nutrient rich and satiating – and contrary to popular belief, health fats don’t make you fat – but sugar and processed “foods” do!

Eat a breakfast high in healthy fat and protein.

Be prepared – pack healthy snacks, prep meals for work, plan out your menu for the week.

Eat REAL food, minimize/avoid processed "food"

Rest and destress – try yoga, meditation, breathing exercises, acupuncture, massage, etc. to stave off stress-induced binges. Make sure you are getting adequate rest, as not sleeping enough can throw off leptin and ghrehlin levels which are responsible for appetite/satiation

Eat more nutrient-dense vegetables to increase fullness and satiation - enjoy them with healthy fats and proteins

Seek Support - The Points of Health offers Food Therapy & Health Coaching to help you get your weight and wellness in balance. Contact us now to learn more

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