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by Alisa Princy (2020-01-06)

Do you feel that you Leptitox Review are trapped in a seemingly never-ending, sugary food-craving nightmare? Consider yourself in the company of billions. I can't tell you how many people that have joined us at our boot camp in Corona who claim that they are "addicted" to these types of foods. There are studies that have found that foods high in fat and sugar tend to provide temporary opiate-like effects. Food cravings may also play into hormonal drops and rises for women. Dealing with food cravings can be a real battle, especially if you aren't giving your body the calories it needs and are still exerting large amounts of energy. When people crave, they usually reach for a candy bar or something else that will provide them with a quick, temporary jolt. Sometimes, fighting cravings can be the worst thing to do. If you are on a diet and are trying to completely eliminate all of your favorite treats, you are headed for binge city. A small allowance of these sugary sweets and bad carbohydrate snacks is actually good for us to fend off further cravings. It helps us to feel like we are not in complete torment while on our diets. Of course, everyone needs a little help in dealing with cravings for food. Sometimes completely giving into our cravings can be hard to control. Here is a little help: Stay out of the junk food isles. When you are out grocery shopping, steer clear of buying anything that you fear you might wind up overindulging in -- out of sight, out of mind. Drink something. Extreme hunger can signal that it is time for a sip or two of water. Dehydration and hunger can often be easily confused. Use substitution. Trade out your snacks. For example, instead of diving head first into a bowl of ice cream, trade it out for a cup of yogurt with a few pieces of real fruit blended in and just a small topping of light whip cream. It will taste just as good, and it will satisfy your sweet tooth as well -- without all of the calories and fat! Eat 5 to 6 times a day. When we skip meals, our sugar goes soaring down to extremely low levels. This can send a signal to our brains (and tummies) that we need something high in sugar, and quick. By eating at least 5 to 6 times per day, you will sustain your sugar levels and be able to resist cravings. Get regular exercise. By getting regular exercise, you will not feel as bad when you give into small portions of your high fat and sugary snacks. Chances are it will never show anyhow!