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Tips for Taming Your Sweet Tooth
A Protein and nutrient-rich breakfast is a good place to start.
In a hurry try this. Have 2 boiled eggs (prepared the night before) sliced and topped with avocado and tomato. Instead of coffee, opt for green tea which can further cut sugar cravings.
Replacing refined sweets with nutrient-dense fruits is as easy as ABC. This will keep blood sugar fluctuations in check and give you a boost of disease-fighting phytochemicals.
- Apples support the liver.
- Blue fruits (blueberries, blackberries) fight oxidation in the brain.
- Cantaloupe packs a healthy dose of immune-boosting beta carotene.
Eat healthy fats. If you’re trying to cut back on sweets, don’t go low-fat. Nourishing fats are highly satiating and can help curb sugar cravings. Coconut oil and ghee are great for stir-frying vegetables. Walnut, avocado and extra virgin olive oils are good for salads.
Contact Dr. Linda at 773-385-9432 for more healthy eating tips.
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