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The Reasons Behind Sugar Cravings on a Keto Diet

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The Reasons Behind Sugar Cravings on a Keto Diet

Thank you Perfect Keto for sharing this as we’ve been getting a lot of inquiries from our Keto customers about this topic!  Do you sometimes feel this intense desire to eat sweets and once you start, you can’t stop? Well in this post, we shared one of Perfect Keto’s articles that explain all about sugar cravings and how to manage them.   The Reason Behind Sugar Cravings A sugar craving is your body’s way of begging for sugar when your blood glucose levels drop.  Sugar cravings and sugar addictions are the worst when you’re eating a high-carb, high-sugar diet. Although it...

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E951, E621, E133 - The Harmful Chemicals In Your Food and How to Avoid Them

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E951, E621, E133 - The Harmful Chemicals In Your Food and How to Avoid Them

Have you looked at the back of a product before and was just floored by the number of unpronounceable chemical sounding ingredients?! Many of them begin with the letter E, and these “Enumbers” are commonly seen on many food labels that mean different types of additives.   Ingredients from the Betty Crocker Cream Cheese IcingSource: Foodbabe   As you can see from the ingredients list above, the way the U.S and UK display the ingredients in their food is quite different.  The UK will use the chemical codes that begin with the E while American companies will use the full...

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What is Coconut Water Kefir and Why It's Good For You!

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What is Coconut Water Kefir and Why It's Good For You!

Before it was milk kefir, then there was water-kefir for a dairy-free version and now, coconut-water kefir!  We just read about this recently and we wanted to share this new type of kefir that is supposed to have its own list of health benefits outside of the traditional water kefir beverage.

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Why the Gloomy Weather Makes Us Eat More and What to Do About It

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Why the Gloomy Weather Makes Us Eat More and What to Do About It

Is it me or am I more tired and hungrier than usual lately?

Can the weather really affect how we feel and our food choices?  

I went into a mini deep dive into looking at this phenomenon a little more to see whether there really is a positive correlation between rain and hunger.  Research has shown that during the cold and rainy days, people actually seek more comfort foods like fattening rich stews, baked and fried goodies, and creamy, hearty soups.  So it’s not all in your head! There is actual research that talks about our body’s physical response to decreased sunlight.

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9 Ways to Curb Hunger While Intermittent Fasting

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9 Ways to Curb Hunger While Intermittent Fasting

All it takes is the right mindset when it comes to intermittent fasting and dealing with hunger.

 

Currently, i’m not intermittent fasting but I certainly have had my fair share of hunger pangs during this diet, just wishing there was an easy way to make the fasting window easier to go through.  

 

The most important thing that I kept reminding myself was that this “hunger” feeling that was eating away at me will pass.  A lot of the times, this feeling of starvation and utter need to stuff my face with food was out of boredom and filling this void I was feeling living by myself.  Eating brings us pleasure. Eating is also a social event. When we think of putting delicious foods in our mouths, we automatically salivate and the endorphins rush in.  However, when we are forced to eat only in a certain window, we begin to obsess over when the next meal is and getting as much food in before the “starvation” period begins again.   

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