Ever wonder how you can get rid of sugar urges?

Sugar Urges

Ever wonder how you can get rid of sugar urges?

Consuming too much sugar can contribute to the development of various diseases, such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. Consuming added sugars in excess can also lead to an increased risk of tooth decay and other oral health problems. Additionally, consuming too much sugar can also lead to an increased risk of certain types of cancer. It is recommended to limit added sugars in the diet and opt for nutrient-dense foods instead.

Sugar is a major contributor to obesity because it is a highly concentrated source of calories that is easy to consume in large quantities. The average person consumes about 17 teaspoons of added sugar per day, which is more than twice the recommended amount for women and three times the recommended amount for men. During processing, sugar is added to food to enhance flavour, texture, shelf life, or other properties. Check out the 56 names for sugar at the end of this article which I came across during this research.

Sugar is also highly addictive and can cause cravings and overeating, which can lead to weight gain over time. Additionally, many foods that are high in sugar are also high in fat and calories, which can contribute to weight gain.
In order to prevent obesity, it is important to limit your intake of added sugars and choose healthier options, such as fruits and vegetables, which are naturally low in sugar and high in nutrients. Additionally, it is important to be mindful of the sugar content of foods and drinks and to be aware of the many different names that sugar can go by on ingredient lists.

It is possible that you already know all of this so rationally and logically in your conscious mind you know you are directly causing harm to your body by consuming all these sugary foods. Here is the thing that you may not know…your emotions/feelings, habits and beliefs are all stored in you Subconscious mind and working on auto-pilot as you go through your day. You know that you are directly making yourself put more fat on your body by eating these deadly foods, but something in your mind (subconscious) is telling you that you are getting some sort of comfort or satisfaction out of eating them. It’s all BS. It is a false belief that these foods are helping you in any way.

By getting heavier you are chipping away at your self-esteem every day. Instead of having health experts “telling” you what you should be eating in order to lose weight, you actually need help shifting your mindset into a more positive one so that you actually want to eat foods which are beneficial to your body. You need help changing those false beliefs because most people who have been on and off diets for years could probably write to book on what to eat and not to eat at this stage! We use powerful hypnotic techniques at the Weight Loss Clinic to help you reduce/eliminate sugar cravings to help you live a healthier life automatically, so without even having to think about it.

Re-programme your mind at a deep subconscious level, to help you give your body the respect it deserves.

There’s no reason to avoid the sugar that’s naturally present in whole foods. Fruit, vegetables, and dairy products naturally contain small amounts of sugar but also fibre, vitamins, minerals and other beneficial compounds. The negative health effects of high sugar consumption are due to the massive amount of added sugar that’s present in the Western diet. The most effective way to reduce your sugar intake is to eat mostly whole and minimally processed foods. However, if you decide to buy packaged foods, be on the lookout for the many different names that sugar goes by.

56 names for added sugars:

High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)
Agave Nectar
beet sugar
blackstrap molasses
brown sugar
buttered syrup
cane juice crystals
cane sugar
carob syrup
castor sugar
coconut sugar
confectioner’s sugar (powdered sugar)
date sugar
demerara sugar
Florida crystals
fruit juice
fruit juice concentrate
golden sugar
golden syrup
grape sugar
icing sugar
invert sugar
maple syrup
muscovado sugar
panela sugar
raw sugar
refiner’s syrup
sorghum syrup
treacle sugar
turbinado sugar
yellow sugar
barley malt
brown rice syrup
corn syrup
corn syrup solids
diastatic malt
ethyl maltol
glucose solids
malt syrup
rice syrup
crystalline fructose