Saying ‘no’ all the time to cookies or a slice of cake is challenging and probably insensate: the more we oppose something, the more we want it! So don’t worry if you satisfy your appetite once in a while. Nevertheless, be careful that your sweet tooth does not become an addiction.

Frequent headaches or muscle aches, fatigue, cravings, and bloating/intestinal problems are some alert signs that indicate an inflammatory state in your body due to sugar addiction. 

Here are some tips from stem cell treatment Denver regenerative care specialists on how to deal with sugar addiction:

  1. Eat significant portions of vegetables every day 

Vegetables are a good source of fiber that will cut your constant cravings and help you balance your blood sugar;

  • Lower the consumption of carbs and replace the refined carbohydrates.

Lowering does not mean excluding carbohydrates from your diet as they provide energy, but if taken very often, refined carbohydrates can produce the opposite effect. So opt for whole wheat, buckwheat, and so on. 

  • Replace your sugary snack with fruits

Eat at least three fruits daily, but if you have insulin resistance or diabetes, avoid bananas, grapes, and figs, as they have high sugar levels.

If you have a daily intake of fiber and low carbs, you will see that you will not feel the necessity of sugary food anymore, and you will have a sensation of satiety for longer. Sugar addiction, with the proper habits, can be just an old memory.