The cravings for sugar are multifactorial. Simple measures such as drinking enough water, regulating tea and coffee consumption, adding a tsp of ghee to breakfast, lunch and dinner, and adding dahi and chaas to your diet will automatically bring down sugar cravings.
Sugar cravings: Over the years, have you found a way to keep a grip over your cravings? Sugar cravings are the worst, and perhaps the most difficult to conquer. These cravings are a result of a deficit in micronutrients. The culprit behind increased sugar cravings could be a decrease in essential fatty acids, says nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar on one of her recent IGTVs. o get sufficient essential fatty acids, eating ghee is important. Deficiency of Vitamin B12 is also a reason for increased sugar cravings. Eating a bowl of fresh homemade curd can help you with this.
Sugar cravings also occur to people with diabetes, kidney problems, menopause, when you are severely depressed or PCOD. The aim is to realize that sugar cravings are multi-factorial. Simple measures such as drinking water, regulating tea and coffee consumption, adding a tsp of ghee to your breakfast, lunch and dinner, and adding dahi and chaas to your diet will automatically reduce sugar.