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Sugar cravings are extremely common, especially among women.
In fact, up to 97% of women report experiencing some sort of food craving, including cravings for sugar.
Those experiencing a sugar craving feel a strong urge to eat something sweet and can ﬁnd it difﬁcult to control themselves around food.
This can lead to binge eating or over-consuming calories, sometimes on a regular basis.
Luckily, I’ve put together some low-calorie options to take the edge off.
Here are 15 ideas and recipes that can help you satisfy your sugar cravings, with only 95 calories or less.
I can’t wait to see which one you try ﬁrst! Make sure you share it with me on Instagram.
Giving advice on who should snack and when isn’t a one size fits all recommendation.
Frequent snacking isn’t for everyone. Some people function well by eating only main meals with one (or none) snack in between.
Some people need frequent snacks between meals.
Many people get into the habit of snacking or grazing even when they aren’t hungry.
When to snack, on what and how much are only questions that you can accurately answer for yourself.
However, I have put together this healthy eating guide to support you through the process. The aim of this resource is to give some guidance to those who have lost perspective when it comes to knowing how much is right to eat. When it comes to snacking, portion is everything.
The daily burden of thinking about what to eat is REAL!
I got sick of not having a plan for the week and making daily visits to the supermarket each evening. Or worse, we’d just end up getting takeaway because thinking of something to cook required too much energy after my busy day.
Then there was always the whinging from the kids, “What’s for dinner?” “I’m hungry!” “There’s nothing to eat!”
So I put together The Ultimate Meal Planning Toolkit. And I’m sharing it with you.
With my 4 step system for planning tasty and nutritious meals, you’ll no longer be scratching your head at 5 pm when the inevitable question gets asked, “What’s for dinner?”
The Ultimate Meal Planning Toolkit let’s you do all the hard thinking once. Then all that’s left to do through the week is execute.
? Meal Planner and Shopping List
? Pantry Essentials Guide
? PLUS over 50 Meal and Snack Ideas
If you want to take away the daily burden of thinking about what to eat then go ahead and download this tootlkit.
Then all that’s left to do is think about what you’ll do with all that freed up mental space each day.
Fish, particularly oily ﬁsh, can be a valuable source of essential omega-3 fatty acids.
Regular consumption of ﬁsh may help reduce inflammation levels in the body and support gut health, both of which are important when you’re trying to lose weight.
Fresh, frozen and canned varieties of ﬁsh are all suitable options.
The current guidelines are to eat 450 grams of oily ﬁsh each week. That is approximately 150 grams three times a week.
I hope these recipes help you to get hooked on ﬁsh so that it becomes a regular in your diet.
Don’t be afraid to “drop me a line” (ha!) if you’ve got any questions.
The beneﬁts from eating plenty of veggies in your diet include getting more vitamins, minerals, ﬁbre and antioxidants – all associated with improved energy levels and mood and feeling of wellbeing, as well as increasing your chances of losing weight.
Only about 7% of Aussie’s get the recommended 5 serves of veggies every day.
That means it’s more important than ever to ﬁnd creative and tasty ways to include more in your diet.
Here’s to you getting more veggies into your day and becoming part of (and boosting) that 7%.
I can’t wait to see which recipe you try ﬁrst. Be sure to share your creation with me on Instagram.