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Re: Help with sugar addiction.


I, too, have a sugar addiction which I conquered once, then Christmas came along that year and I figured that some chocolate would not be so bad -- but, I could not stop after that. That's when I learned that I had a sugar addiction.

Whenever I do a colon cleanse -- or a fast -- then the cravings disappear. I look forward to my next fast to smarten up my sugar cravings -- from the holiday. :)

Just glad that it's not an alcohol craving -- I'd be a roaring drunk!! :) o) :)

Actually, alcoholism has been corrected through sugar management. A lady took a number of drivers who had lost their licences in California through drunk driving and, within 6 months, they were all straight. It has to do with a sugar spike -- alcoholics get it from alcohol while chocoholics get their 'juice' from chocolate. So, if a drink or a sweet is taken with a meal, the sugar spike is not so great because of the fats and proteins in the meal. The people had to have three square meals a day and bring the drink, or sweet, into the meal and not between meals.

This glycemic index tells us how foods affect the blood sugar. If you have a muffin with butter, the fat in the butter slows down the muffin's assimilation into your system so that the body does not move so rapidly to work on converting the carbs. Without the butter, the carbs turn into fat more quickly.

I believe that's the explanation.

Of course, if you take chocolate for comfort food -- ????????

Kindest thoughts.
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I, too, have a sugar addiction which I conquered once, then Christmas came along that year and I figured that some chocolate would not be so bad -- but, I could not stop after that. That's when I learned that I had a sugar addiction.

Whenever I do a colon cleanse -- or a fast -- then the cravings disappear. I look forward to my next fast to smarten up my sugar cravings -- from the holiday. :)

Just glad that it's not an alcohol craving -- I'd be a roaring drunk!! :) o) :)

Actually, alcoholism has been corrected through sugar management. A lady took a number of drivers who had lost their licences in California through drunk driving and, within 6 months, they were all straight. It has to do with a sugar spike -- alcoholics get it from alcohol while chocoholics get their 'juice' from chocolate. So, if a drink or a sweet is taken with a meal, the sugar spike is not so great because of the fats and proteins in the meal. The people had to have three square meals a day and bring the drink, or sweet, into the meal and not between meals.

This glycemic index tells us how foods affect the blood sugar. If you have a muffin with butter, the fat in the butter slows down the muffin's assimilation into your system so that the body does not move so rapidly to work on converting the carbs. Without the butter, the carbs turn into fat more quickly.

I believe that's the explanation.

Kindest thoughts.
 

 
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