If you’re not a fan of the dietary guidelines provided in our book, Candida Crusher, and are craving something sweet, you’re not alone. Many have asked, “What can I eat for a treat?”
- Most individuals with a yeast infection or gut issues often have cravings for specific snack foods.
- It’s essential to recognize your particular craving and approach it with caution.
Tips for Managing Sweet Cravings:
- Consider 500 mcg of Chromium picolinate. Take it during lunch and evening meals. Consuming it three times daily might help diminish those sweet cravings.
- To curb a sweet craving instantly, try 3 to 5 ml of liquid Gymnema. It’s a bitter herb known for its strong ability to block intense sugar cravings.
The Good News:
- Over time, as the yeast population in your system decreases, these intense cravings for sugary foods will fade.
- Even if you’re a long-term sugar addict, cravings will likely lessen after a few months.
If You’re Looking for a Sweet Fix:
- Initially, it’s better to choose sweet fruits over refined carbohydrates.
- Reduce your intake of certain sweet fruits, especially oranges and dried fruits.
- Fruits like kiwi, pineapple, green apples, and blueberries are preferable, but they should still be consumed in moderation.
- As your gut health improves, you can slowly reintroduce these sweet fruits. However, reverting to old habits might lead back to the same gut issues.
Remember, the journey might be challenging initially, especially during the first two to three months. But with patience and consistency, your health and cravings will improve.
When can you enjoy a sweet treat again? With time and once your gut health stabilizes, indulging occasionally and mindfully should become possible.
Disclaimer: The information provided is based on general knowledge and our company’s experience. Always consult with your healthcare professional before making significant changes to your diet or health routine.