Three Weight Loss Tips To Help Break Sugar Cravings

Cookies, cake and soda are all the sweeties I grew up on.  It’s hard for me to digest the facts about the substances used in this treats.  These sweets are not needed in a healthy diet and can actually be deadly. In today’s post I share 3 tips for sugar addicts who want to loss weight.  I hope you will be inspired by these three weight loss tips to help break sugar cravings.

Fruit Bowl from Local Diner
Reach for a fresh dish if fruits instead of a cookie or piece of cake.

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I’m not going to lie to you just to make you want to continue reading this post.  Once you recognize that you have a problem with sweets it will be easy to over come the bad habits.  Below are three tips that I use to help to stop sugar cravings.

1. Drink More Water

It is recommended that a woman consumes 9 cups or 72 Fluid Ounces of water a day.  I keep my pink water container with me all day filling it up constantly.  This helps me remember I need to fill it at least 3 times ( 24 oz bottle) during the day.  When I’m working in the garden or out in the greenhouse I usually drink an extra.  Drinking water will curb your appetite while providing the fluid your body needs. Try infusing your favorite fruits or herbs in a water bottle when you crave sweet soda.  Check out this 32 oz fruit infuser water bottle I just ordered on Amazon.

2. Eat more Vegetables and Fruit

Growing my own fruits, vegetables and herbs year-round allows me to have fresh produce on hand.  Each week we load up our teak fruit bowl in the kitchen with fresh produce so it is easy to make healthy choices.  Bananas, grapes, apples, pears, tomatoes and avocados are some favorites.  It is important to get your natural sugar the body needs from fresh produce.  Eating the proper amount of vegetables and fruits each day will also help you break cravings for bad sweet choices.

Three Weight Loss Tips To Help Break Sugar Cravings
Teak Fruit Bowl filled with Fresh Veggies and Fruit in my home.

According to the American Heart Association (AHA) women should have 100 calories per day (25 grams or 6 teaspoons) of sugar.

3. Connect With Others

Connect with others who want to get healthy and share goals. I’ve learn so much connecting with my Twitter friend Maria. I shared one of her many creative videos below that I hope will inspire you to join us on the road to wellness.

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My Twitter friend and now weight lose buddy Maria shares a personal message about her addiction to sugar.  She is battling weight lose challenges simlar to mine.  Click on the video below and watch Maria’s creative spin on how sugar is sabotaging her weight lose efforts.

Find this weight loss video and more over at IF I Can You Can YouTube Page.


Addictions are NOT good for you and can be hard to over come.  By making healthy choices by creating home cooked meals you can add years onto your life. Be sure to check out my latest recipes that were shared with wellness in mind.  I’ve also included a few of my favorites below.



We can all become healthier and fight the sugar cravings by supporting one another and putting healthy fruits and vegetables into our body.  Sharing what we are learning in our day to day life can be a major turning point for many.

[alert-warning]I hope you will consider joining me on this journey to wellness. Share your adventure with me and comment below.

Let’s Connect,




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