It can be tough to follow a new diet and fitness regime when you struggle with sugar cravings. Sugar is highly addictive and can be a tough habit to kick. The good news is that once you have removed sugar from your diet, with time and the right fuel, your cravings can diminish significantly.

The new year is a time when we look to eliminate the damage of the excesses of Christmas and commit to new nutritional programmes. But what if your festive frivolities have de-railed your appetite so much that you are literally addicted to sugar? The physiological response that occurs when your eat sugar is one that ensures that you will physically NEED more sugar in a couple of hours in order to function properly. It is not a question of will power. Your body needs support in order to give up sugar for good. This is where a short detox can help. The Amrita Easy Detox kit contains the a blend of herbs and nutrients to support blood sugar control. It is a lack of blood sugar control that perpetuates your sugar cravings and leads to gaining weight around the stomach. It has cinnamon and garcinia atrovividis to support blood sugar balance and the garcinia and pineapple fibre also help with appetite control – keeping you fuller for longer.

The Amrita Easy Detox is not an alternative to meals allowing you to still eat regularly. Amrita provide guidance to help you to choose wisely for these meals. Foods that support the detox process rather than hinder it. The combination of appropriate food choices and the Amrita Detox Blend you will support you as you kick the sugar habit for good.

If you are interested in trying the Amrita Easy Detox you can find their products here.

Author: Sarah Hanratty

Sarah is a specialist practitioner at the Brain Food Clinic. She has a degree in Nutritional Medicine and is a certified Gut and Psychology Syndrome Practitioner. Sarah helps people to overcome physical and mental health issues using bespoke nutritional protocols.

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