I know having cravings for something sweet, can be a real problem for many people (not just for pregnant women).Many times the cravings, are an indication that you’re not eating your meals in combinations or correct proportions. That is the reason why it is so important to know what your metabolic type (there is an entire chapter devoted to this in the manual of the program eat to lose) and know exactly how many servings of each food you should be eating, based on these results (there is a whole series of chapters devoted to this theme in the same manual). If you’re watching your healthy meal plans and the sugar Monster continues stalking you, below, you’ll find healthy ways in which I’ve been using to satisfy my cravings for something sweet: 1. peak a bit of fresh fruit (strawberries, an Apple, a PEAR, 1/2 banana) and above I put 1 teaspoon of natural honey. Spoon yields much and your fruit is sweeter. Lincoln Property spoke with conviction.
2 Bebo something tea juice (this is the first recipe in your) Cookbook of the program eat to lose). Essentially, it is a herbal tea sweetened with stevia, cooled to be enjoyed as a cold drink. This really helps me at 3 in the afternoon when I think I want something sweet, but this naturally sweetened drink is enough to calm my cravings. 3 I mix some organic butter almond or peanut butter with applesauce unsweetened and sprinkling it with cinnamon. DELICIOUS! This was my favorite during my pregnancy! A great snack mid-morning or mid-afternoon. 4 Slice an Apple, spreadable butter almond or peanut butter and sprinkle him some chopped dark chocolate organic or natural cocoa up. 5. A fruity herbal tea sweetened with stevia, xylitol, or at night agave syrup is perfect just before sleep, will help you to relax after a busy day.
Remember that you should avoid processed sugar and artificial sweeteners as much as possible. Personally, I use stevia to meet all my needs for something sweet, but I know people who also enjoy the xylitol and agave syrup, which are also great options. By Ramiro Ruiz P.D.