Break Your Sugar Addiction

Make this change and feel results almost immediately!

It’s tough to resist sugar. Sugar is in almost every packaged food we eat. Even when you think you’re eating healthy, if the product is packaged, it’s probably packed with sugar. Once you get on a sugar roll, it’s hard to break it. Your body starts to crave sweet things. You don’t feel like yourself without that Snickers bar. It’s time to admit to the world that you have a sugar addiction! Try these tips on how to break sugar addiction in one week. Make this lifestyle change and see how long you can stay sober!

1. Get Sleep

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If your body doesn’t get enough sleep, you’re more likely to snack on junk food. You will crave sugar throughout the day. Try getting between 7-9 hours of sleep a night to become a healthier person. Your cravings will vanish!

Try these 5 Teas for the Best Night’s Sleep.

2. Out of sight, out of mind

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This tip is pretty simple. If you don’t have access to sugary foods, you won’t eat them! Next time you go to the store and you’re tempted to buy a chocolate bar, resist! After a week of not eating sugary foods, your body will stop craving it.

Try these 5 Ways to Stop Sugar Cravings.

3. Eat healthy foods

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Whole foods are earth foods. Stay away from all processed foods. Eat meats, vegetables, and fruits instead. When you want something sweet, pop a few grapes. They’re healthy and satisfy your sweet tooth.

Skinny Ms. has 100s of recipes to help you eat clean and feel great!

You’re ready to try our 30-Day No Sugar Challenge!

4. Start Exercising

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How many of you stress eat? Don’t be ashamed, we’re all guilty of it. When we’re stressed, we’re more likely to eat foods with a lot of sugar. To keep your stress at bay, exercise daily. You’ll start craving healthy foods that fuel your body.

Try one of our Beginner Workouts.

5. Eat protein

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Make sure you have enough protein in your diet. Sugar gives our bodies a very quick pick-me-up, but it sends us crashing just as fast. Protein does the same thing – minus the crash. It also helps your body stay full for longer periods of time, hence no sugar craving!

These 10 Easy Dinners with High Protein are a great place to start!

Sources: Livestrong, WebMD


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The SkinnyMs. team believes that all people, regardless of age, size, and fitness level, have the power to transform their lives — they just need the resources to do so. The SkinnyMs. method promotes healthy living through a combination of clean eating and regular exercise. We offer everything you need to be successful.

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  1. Thank you for prividing healthy info on different topics available all in one place. The photos and pictures really makes the info more appealing.

    1. Norma, That’s our goal! I’m so happy you are a loyal reader and thank you for the feedback!!! 🙂

  2. Hi im the worst case of sugar addiction. I hope this will help me too. I started doing yoga and 8 walking.

  3. Hi This is Tameka.. I’m a on the go mom of three and have trouble finding a simple and easy healthy snacks . I have a toddler and keeping my son content and eat healthy is a challenge. Any ideas that will help me..

  4. I want to purchase the 6 week makeover but have a kindle fire. Will it work for that? Can I see a sample of the meal plan? Is it based on portion control or macros?

  5. I’m from Serbia and I love this. Actually, all your tips on helthy snacks are great.
    I’d like to add one more on breaking sugar addiction, one that is quite efficiant because I tried it on myself and family members (I’m a teacher and mum of three).
    Every morning take one tbl spoon of honey and cinnamon in a glass of freshly squeezed lemonade. Cinnamon is a natural fighter against suger, recommended to all especially those fighting diabetes.
    Keep up the good work!

  6. I loves this site. At 64 and postmenopausal, would love diet tweaks and excercises for this stubborn weght gain.

  7. Protein comes in more forms than meat, fish, eggs and dairy. You should have also mentioned beans, legumes, grains, nuts, seeds and vegetables.

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