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I am on a low carb and sugar diet at the moment. I used to eat a lot of salty and sugar snacks, and when coming off them, sometimes even after eating a significantly high protein meal, I have excess saliva which kinda makes me feel hungry but my stomach doesn't feel empty. I'm wondering is this a physical sign of sugar withdrawals and cravings?
Thanks for this. Been fighting these cravings this morning. So timely!
We crave sweet for a reason. Natural fructose has it's purpose. Also, sugar is so important that your body will literally break down your own muscles to turn them into sugar if you don't eat it. Your brain optimally consumes about 120 grams of sugar daily. Sugar is the sole fuel for the human brain, except during prolonged fasting, and even then the brain still needs a small amount of sugar. The brain lacks fuel stores and hence requires a continuous supply of sugar. If you have zero sugar in your blood, you die.
I can definitely relate to the whole going to the grocery store hungry thing… Groceries while fasting = I want to buy the store lol. Definitely some good, practical advice!
Awesome video as always… you should make a video sometime about mindfulness eating 🙂
Great work on this piece!
you guys are awsm I have been following you guys for long time now, thanks for bringing awareness about healthy eating
Considering what is happening in the world now it is difficult to avoid stress. 🙁
Foods that are high in sugar fat and salt. crisps without salt? flavourless
I beg to differ. The benefits of mindfulness meditation are precisely why IT IS hippy-dippy.
Great stuff as always, Kris!Plenty of more help to get off sugar at http://BeatingSugarAddiction.com(Pick up 3 Steps To Kill Your Sugar Cravings FREE)
You're not fooling anyone with your fake British accent, Virat Kohli.. Actually it is pretty good.
plan meals for entire week? i don't even know what i'm gonna do tomorrow…
just smoke weed. yes, it gets you hungry but with the proper discipline you can cancel that out.
I have a better video about this topic than this, and frankly I think you stole my idea
Subscribed: because you used the term "hippy dippy"
"Manage Stress"… easier said then done
I have anorexia non nervosa. My appetite just virtually vanished after a traumatic event, and it's been 5 year of struggle at every meal….mostly the hardest thing is taking the TROUBLE to eat, making the EFFORT….except for one thing SUGAR. I can eat an awful lot of sugary drinks and sugary desserts. I guess my body knows it is quick energy and so that's what it craves. Generally, I eat very very little for several days, and then for a day or so, I'll eat some protein, and again, more sugar. Veggies and water aren't something I want, but I take them in every so often. Any ideas for adjusting and balancing my appetite? I feel like my cravings are making my anorexia worse in the long run.
I really appreciate that you cite the studies where you got your info. This video was very helpful, thanks! Keep doing what you're doing. 🙂
that's the best you could do?? give me a break!
All reasons are crap, the real tip is DO A CANDIDA CLEANSE AND STOP FEEDING PARASITES. Everyone has parasites that thrive off sugar and give u constant cravings. Change the terrain and the craving will stop
I was the 1000 like 👍
3:26 anyone else think trump?
I found myself heading to the fridge one night and asked myself "Why am I looking for food? I'm not hungry." So, I ate an apple and it satisfied the craving.
Hi, I do subscribe and I usually give you a thumbs-up. As a matter of fact, this is the only video of yours that I have not given a thumbs-up. I think perhaps the problem here is a matter of semantics b/c I think you maybe have never really had a true craving. To me, a craving is when one walks around for days/weeks with an over-whelming desire for a particular taste. I have already been doing everything you covered in this video — I have been for the past 30+ years. But sometimes I start wanting something (usually homemade oatmeal cookies) that becomes all-consuming, craving on much the same way that a heavy smoker HAS to have a cigarette. And what I need to know is: Is there a way to switch off a craving.
Also, I think this video should be re-named "How to stay on a healthy diet". But otherwise, I love your channel. Thanks.
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