7 Ways To Get Rid Of cravings!

Welcome to my fitness blog Today i will tell you about 7 Ways To Get Rid Of cravings! and that are most effective ways to cut cravings.

When we Start Dieting we've all been there: An image of a cupcakes and deliciousness sweets on all over of our mind that is not a healthy option for us. Or you walk by your office by vending machine, and suddenly a bag of potato chips is calling your name. Logic tells you that you should be able to ride out the crazy intense craving, but it only gets worse...and your willpower is ghosting on you. Take it from us their us outsmart way which i have tell in my these 7 ways that are most effective ways to cut cravings.

SIP FLAVORED DRINKS
A glass of water infused with flavors such as mint, cucumber, basil, even pomegranate is refreshing and can satisfy your hunger of food urge without taking any calories. Just avoid beverages that are artificially sweetened.these cravings can make your sugar cravings worse. 
DRINK GINGER TEA
Ginger is a traditional palate cleanser that helps fight the lingering urge for something sweet, and it can help you fend off sugar cravings, too.Throw some ginger and lemon slices into hot water or make ginger tea.
DRINK A GLASS OF WATER
We often confuse hunger for thirst and desire food when we are dehydrated. A 12-ounce glass of H2O can be enough to kick the craving to the curb. 
SNACK ON PROTEIN AND FIBER
Foods with both nutrients are filling and energizing, and it takes a while for your body to digest them, so they stay in your system longer. Nuts like pistachios and almonds have lots of protein and fiber and can wipe out cravings, even for totally different foods
DO SOMETHING RELAXING
Since stress has been shown to increase cravings, taking a couple of minutes to stretch, meditate, or just chill out may help you conquer the urge to stuff your face with whatever's in sight.
TAP YOUR FOREHEAD
You’ll find weird, but it apparently works: A study presented last year at the Obesity Society Annual Meeting found that tapping your forehead for 30 seconds can minimize the intensity of a craving, as well as blur the image of the food you crave in your brain, according to researchers from the Weight Loss.
TAKE A BREAK
Stop by a coworker’s desk for a gossip session, wash the dishes, finish an e-mail, call your mom. Getting a change of scenery and occupying yourself with a mindless task can test if the craving just comes from boredom
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