How to Reduce Sugar Cravings

How to Reduce Sugar Cravings With Ease

Uncategorized Nov 01, 2017

Here are a few of my favorite ways to eliminate sugar cravings and stay on track to creating more energy, clear skin, weight loss, and so much more!  

Cinnamon - Naturally helps to balance blood sugar levels and adds a familiar taste of comfort to things like tea and coffee.  
Chromium - A mineral that’s often deficient if you find yourself craving sugar and refined carbs. If you find that you have any level of blood sugar imbalance chromium is a great choice.
Exercise - Sometimes the only reason you’re even craving sugar is that your body and brain are addicted to the rush of feel-good hormones. Exercise does the same thing, except it’s MUCH healthier.  
Journalling/meditation/prayer - If you’re feeling emotional and your first instinct is to reach for the ice cream, try writing in a journal instead, meditating &/or prayer.  You’ll feel so much better and getting your emotions out is often all that’s needed.  

Citrus essential oil - Taking a few deep inhalations of lemon or orange essential oil will provide a jolt of uplifting feel-good hormones as well as a gentle energy boost.  
Drink tea - Herbal teas, especially licorice tea which is naturally sweet, are great for providing a touch of sweetness alongside delicious flavor.  
Take a whole foods multivitamin - Sugar cravings stem from nutrient deficiencies, taking a whole foods vitamin supplement can help to address deep-seated nutritional issues and get you back on track to feeling food and craving free.  Better yet, ensure you are eating a whole foods diet.

Want even more great tips to help you lose weight, improve your digestion, increase your energy and end your sugar addiction once and for all?  

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Warmed Spicey Cash Milk

  • 1/4 Cup organic cashews (soaked in water for 8 hours or over night)
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened shredded coconut
  • 1 medjool date (or keep it low glycemic and use stevia to sweeten - just sweeten to your taste)
  • 1 inch piece of fresh ginger grated (I store mine in the fridge- easier to grate)
  • 1 tbsp cinnamon (my favorites)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract or vanilla powder
  • 2 cups hot water
  • grated nutmeg for garnish (and flavor)
  • Optional flavors - try adding in raw cacao powder and a pinch of cayenne pepper for a Mayan hot chocolate.  Or keep it really simple and use a chai spice blend in place of the individual spices. 


  1. Rinse the cashews and add to a blender along with unsweetened shredded coconut, Medjool date (or stevia), ginger, cinnamon and hot water.
  2. Blend in a high speed blender for about 2 minutes, until frothy and steaming.


  • double or triple the recipe and store the rest in the fridge and re-heat before serving.
  • This is a great drink to add in some dried mushrooms such as chaga or reishi and really up the health factor.

With Grace and Gratitude!


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