Today’s Purely Talk question comes from a reader that emailed us about night time cravings.
Rebecca asked us do we have any advice for night-time cravings and snacking.
Great question Rebecca. Thank you for asking.
Cravings are hard.
Especially since so many factors can cause cravings like stress, boredom, fear, self-doubt, and poor nutrition.
In today’s video we discuss a few things that we have done to help overcome our cravings. As you all know we are huge dessert girls! And we still are, just a lot better at not always needing or wanting something at night. Did we just say we don’t really really have our dessert cravings anymore? Well kinda – ya. Let us explain.
Here is a quick recap of what we discussed in the video:
Rebecca we hoped we helped give you some ideas to try to help you overcome your night time cravings.
Now these are some of our tips of what has really helped us get over our night time craving for sweet things.
Sure we have some desserts from time to time, but our overall craving for something sweet as diminished over time. It did not happen over night, but over these past few months we have noticed how we really don’t crave them as much. And one thing we forgot to mention was that we have drastically reduced our stevia intake and we notice that has helped too! Just more food for thought.
Here are a few other articles that provide more great tips about overcoming those cravings:
Don’t be too afraid of sugar though, sometimes sugar can be good for you.
Looks like you may have to fix your leptin to help with cravings. If you are having intense cravings, energy dips, brain fog, etc you may have sluggish fat burning, blood sugar imbalances and micronutrient deficiencies which can be fixed, Chris explains more.
We hope this helps anyone who is looking for ways to help reduce their night time cravings.
Twins question: Do you suffer from night time sweet cravings? If so, how do you go about handling them or overcoming them? What are your thoughts one sweet cravings?
till next time,