How to Break a Sweet Tooth Addiction
Want to learn how to break a sweet tooth addiction? That is easy.
Well it is easy to say (but actually very hard to do). If you have ever tried to stop eating sugar then you know just how hard it is and new research is showing us exactly why it is so hard to kick the white death out of our diets.
While you might have wrestled with your sweet tooth in the past, let me show you how you can knock it down and finally triumph over this pesky troublemaker.
Why is it so Hard to Break a Sweet Tooth Addiction?
Do you want to know why it is hard to break your sweet tooth action?
The answer is simple: because it is a real addiction. Research has shown that sugar addiction is every bit as powerful and hard to kick as addiction to alcohol, smoking, and even hard drugs.
So while you might be kicking yourself for not being strong enough to fight your sweet tooth, you should cut yourself some slack because sugar addiction ranks high on the hard-things-to-kick list.
How You Can Break Your Sweet Tooth Addiction
If you want to break your sweet tooth addiction, the first thing you have to do is stop thinking it is easy. No one tells an alcoholic (or a drug addict) that they can get rid of their addiction easily. Fighting your sweet tooth will take time and effort and you will be constantly tested in ways that people with other addictions are not. For example: how many cigarette ads do you see on the television? And how many of your friends think you are crazy to stop eating sugar? We sugar advertisements bombard us daily and most people who stop eating sugar feel alone in a world of sugar junkies.
So, take your addiction seriously and understand it will be hard.
The second way to succeed in kicking your sugar addiction is find some support. There are many ways to find the support that you need. The best support comes from friends or family members who want to go on a sugar-free holiday with you.
I have a 30 Day Program called the 30 Sugar Free Days that helps people get off of sugar. Check it out here: 30 Sugar Free Days. You can break your sweet tooth addiction, but it will take time. Breaking your sugar addiction is well worth the effort as you will likely lose weight and feel much better.