Food Cravings and How to Counteract Them

Istvan Liptak

Istvan is a self-made health and fitness enthusiast, as well as an amateur cook with a professional diploma. He only practices cooking at home, but this doesn't break his enthusiasm for healthy eating.

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  1. December 1, 2015

    […] off balance by messing with our insulin production, which leads to spikes of blood sugar, cravings and ultimately the growth of our fat […]

  2. January 21, 2016

    […] for processing sugar in our body. Besides, consuming high quantities of sugar will lead to insulin spikes, which makes things even worse. The wrong dietary choices we make can lead to prediabetes, which […]

  3. January 22, 2016

    […] Its high content of carbs makes white bread an unhealthy choice. It’s made of refined flour, which makes it easily digestible. The starches in bread are broken down quickly by our digestive system, and enter the blood as sugar (glucose). This causes the blood sugar to spike, sometimes faster than sugary products. Blood sugar goes up, then insulin is produced to process all that sugar, which causes it to go down fast. Which makes us hungry again, or sometimes causes cravings. […]

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