A. Sugar craving is one of the symptoms of yeast and parasitic infections. When yeasts and parasites hook onto your mucous membranes and suck your nutrients, they scream, “Feed me more! Feed Me more!” If you don’t know what’s going on, you just feed them with sugary food every time they scream for it. If not treated properly, over eating sugar can evolve into diabetes or uncontrollable weight gain.
Follow these steps:
1) Change your dietary habits
Learn what to eat and what to avoid so that you can starve your little enemies, yeasts and parasites, and feed your body. My yeast-free cookbook, Healthy and Tasty: Dr. J’s Anti-Yeast Cooking gives you recipes following my anti-yeast cooking principles: no sugar, no dairy, no wheat, no yeasts, no alcohol, no caffeine, no nicotine, nor chemicals. You’ll receive as much benefit as the effort you put in. Don’t wait for the perfect time. Perfect time never comes! Once you learn to feed your body with nourishing food and starve the yeasts and parasites, sugar-craving symptoms will be greatly reduced.
2) Herbal Therapy
If you have severe symptoms of sugar craving, I would recommend taking our Herbal Detox Program and Herbal Cocktail to speed up the process. Yeast-Para Control removes excess yeasts and parasites quickly, and Cleansing-Balance Tea flushes the debris that Yeast-Para Control creates. Herbal Cocktail nourishes your body and starves yeasts and parasites.
3) Stress Management
Stress is part of life. When you manage your stress effectively, stress can propel you towards higher levels of success. On the other hand, you might use stress as an excuse to indulge yourself in emotional eating, including eating sugary food. In my book: Breaking the Yeast Curse: Food and Unconditional Love for Magic Healing, there are details regarding tools you can use to manage your stress. They include meditation, prayers, affirmation, etc. I would encourage you to go to my website: www.drjsbest.com to download the Ten-minute Meditation Guide for free and meditate every day to reduce your day-to-day stress.
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