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What supplments, herbs, etc help reduce sugar cravings?

by Charlotte
(California)

I have INSANE sugar and sometimes, CARB cravings that make it very difficult to stay on a healthy, anti-Candida diet. My appetite for healthy foods is almost "non-existent" and doesn't even taste good. I need something that works - tried GS and Berberine, Urva Ursi, what else might work?

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by: Dan

Many suggest herbs such as cinnamon, basil, licorice, nettle, sage, rosemary, thyme, tumeric, fenugreek, cloves, and Gymnema sylvestre.

The most promising appear to be fenugreek, cinnamon and Gymnema sylvestre. These three herbs have actual studies to back up the claim that they help lower sugar cravings.

Typically, it does take the body three to four weeks to adjust to a lower carb diet. It has to re-learn how to use fat for fuel instead of sugar. Making sure you consume more good fats than you used to helps speed up the process and provides fuel for your cells. A tbls of coconut oil with meals usually helps with this.

Eating enough food at meals so you actually feel full might also help. When your stomach is full, you don't want to eat anymore. Many people following the Candida diet go through this, they just don't eat enough so they tend to always be hungry. They then reach for the carbs to satisfy that hunger.

Any other questions let me know.

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