When it comes to cravings and the health of your gut, you can tell a lot as to how good your digestion is by the types of cravings you have. I know most of you, at one time or another, have said, "I'm hungry" or "I'm starving", but are cravings good or bad for you? How can you tell?
In this episode of The Mental Minute, I discuss one of the ways people can analyze what types of foods their body is craving by whether or not they can actually name a food they are craving. Wait, what? Listen to this episode and find out whether your foods have names and see your nutrition improve?
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Did you know in most instances, cravings are simply just a blood sugar issue and ultimately a mind game your brain plays on your body? If you have enough will power, will it really stop food cravings? Ultimately, there is a huge difference between craving certain foods and actual hunger.
In today's podcast, I share my thoughts on why there is a huge difference in how your brain and your gut approach in influencing how and what you grab to eat. Listen to this episode, and the next time you feel you need something to eat, use my tip to determine if you are actually hungry or it's your blood sugar talking.
Note: I appreciate you listening to this episode, and I hope you are able to use my trick the next time you have those 3 pm crashes and need food. If you did enjoy it, do me a huge favor and click the like button below. Or better yet, do me a a bigger solid and screen shot this episode and share it on your Instagram, Snapchat, or Facebook stories. It would mean the world. If you do, I'll share my 73 Fermented Food Recipes for you to help control those cravings.
These podcasts are an extension of me sharing what I believe is the source to be healthy emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually: a strong gut.