Sugar Addiction Part 3

September 10, 2017

Sugar Addiction (3rd of 3post series)


• Constantly craving sugary foods
• Headaches/migraines
• Anxiety
• Depression
• Constant and persistent fatigue
• Loss of concentration
• Dizziness
• Mood swings
• Muscle pains
• Nausea
• Chills
• Weight gain and obesity
• Always being hungry and constantly snacking
• Eating more sugary food than intended
• Inability to stop at “one” or eat small portions, often eating until you feel ill
• Cravings for simple carbs such as bread and pasta
• Cravings for meat or salty foods: This is because subconsciously your body is trying to balance itself and therefore creates cravings of opposing food types
• Eating foods full of sugar even though you don’t really want to
• Using sweets as a reward or as motivation
• Inability to get through the day without a sugar hit
• Shakiness or feelings of illness when you go without sugar
• The need to consume more and more sugar every day to feel good or normal


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