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How to Beat Sugar Cravings and Reduce Inflammation

health tips Jul 22, 2022
What is the number one way to reduce inflammation?
It's to beat sugar cravings!
Sugar is one of the top contributors to inflammation, chronic illness, and arthritis and it even feeds cancer.
Here are some tips on what to do about Sugar Cravings: 
First, drink water.  Many times, your body interprets food cravings for dehydration signal. Besides, it takes up space in your stomach.  Water is so important.  

, only eat foods that spoil. What a minute! That’s weird.  Only eat foods that spoil, just eat them before they spoil. 

, eat colorful foods.  The more healthy and alive your foods are, the healthier and alive you are.
, eat consistently.  Don’t abuse your body by being a meal skipper. 
Fifth, make sure you are hitting the foundation of vitamins, minerals, healthy fats, probiotics, and essential fatty acids.  

Now my favorite single product is Blood Sugar All in One.  It has everything in it.  
Sixth put your body on a schedule – go to bed, get up, and eat at the same time when possible.
Be sure to download the report for all the ways you can stop your sugar cravings in their tracks.  

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