✂️How I Cut My Sugar Cravings✂️
Culturally speaking, women are the ones with the sweet tooth—and there might actually be some truth to that.
A 2004 study showed that women may crave sweets more often than men due to the female hormone estradiol.
This hormone is an important part of reproductive and sexual function—which also might explain why some women report sugar cravings around the time of their period or during menopause or perimenopause (pre-menopause).
Other reported causes of sugar cravings could be due to a sluggish or overloaded adrenal gland, a yeast infection, an underactive thyroid gland, an imbalance of beneficial gut bacteria and stress.
Of course, eating healthy can help alleviate many of these issues—and there are also other ways to help curb your cravings.
Some experts consider adding probiotics into the diet to be one of the best ways to reduce sugar cravings.
Probiotics will help restore the balance in your gut bacteria. (There are millions of microbes in your stomach and intestines.
If you have bad gut bacteria/microbes, they can actually influence your cravings through nerve pathways linked between your stomach and brain. Crazy, huh?)
My secret🤫.... I use Probiotic GutRescue daily to heal my gut & to kick those cravings out the window😉 Janice Lubbe
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