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Health & Fitness The 'one hour trick' for beating sugar cravings

08:50  15 november  2017
08:50  15 november  2017 Source:   prima.co.uk

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Dietician reveals how to beat sugar cravings with one easy trick . Next time you find a strong urge to eat that bar of chocolate, Lyndi advises trying the ' one hour trick '. 'Firstly, give yourself permission to have the treat.

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The 'one hour trick' for beating sugar cravings © Getty The 'one hour trick' for beating sugar cravings The harmful effects of sugar have been well-documented, with the white stuff being blamed for everything from obesity to diabetes. However, despite the warnings, we just can't give it up – the average UK adult still consumes more than twice their recommended daily amount.

Part of this is because those pesky sugar cravings. As we all know, when they arise, they're incredibly intense and difficult to ignore.

But Australian dietician Lyndi Cohen claims they can be overcome with one simple trick...

'Sugar is an easy, fast source of energy,' she tole Daily Mail Australia. 'Your body is programmed to seek out easy calories.'

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She believes that most people reach for those treats out of habit, not because they need them – as anyone who's found themselves mindlessly visiting the office vending machine at 3pm can understand.

But the upside to this means it's possible for those cravings to be overcome as quickly as they arise.

Next time you find a strong urge to eat that bar of chocolate, Lyndi advises trying the 'one hour trick'.

'Firstly, give yourself permission to have the treat. But wait an hour to eat it,' she says.

'If you still feel like having the treat after an hour, you can have it! Most often, you'll forget about the craving altogether.'

The trick helps you identify whether you actually want sugar, or if you're just doing it out of habit. We'll be giving it a try next time those cravings hit!

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The key to reducing sugar cravings is to focus on having a healthy diet by adding real, wholesome foods to it. The more we eat whole and fresh foods, the more we nourish our body, and the more the desire for sugary foods decreases. Gretchen Lidicker 10 hours ago. Recipes.

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