Eat This, Not That — 5 Replacements For Common Cravings
When it comes to eating healthy all the time, things can get difficult especially when common cravings take place. The alternative? A few healthy swap-ins to make the hardest part of your day, just a little bit easier…
Craving Coffee Midday?
When it comes to having a coffee, the morning is the best time. However, we all find ourselves needing a bit of a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Instead of diving into that triple-shot-latte, why not go for something more tamed? Check out Lee From America’s Matcha Green Tea Latte — creamy and delicious!:
Your Sweet Tooth Is Acting Up
Are you craving something super sweet? Instead of running to the nearest CVS on break for a Kit Kat Bar, try to be a little more creative and healthier. One way to do that is by whipping up these brown sugar peaches! A better option than processed, store-bought sugary treats. Grab the recipe here:
Carb cravings are probably the most common type of craving, second to sugar. It’s not unlikely for you to be sitting around daydreaming about pizza or a nice bowl of pasta, are we right? Though common, that doesn’t mean it’s good for you! Craving carbs is a sign that your body is need of some other nutrient, like Nitrogen or Calcium. If this is the case, opt to incorporate some turkey, or nuts into your routine. Try this delicious Turkey Burger recipe from Skinny Ms.! Not interested in turkey burgers? Grab our Ultra Calcium Magnesium Plus D3 supplement!
Ice Cream, Please.
Another offender is ice cream. Whether you’re craving the cool, chilling sensation in your mouth or the creamy, sweet delightful feeling it brings, ice cream is a definite craving that should be substituted out. Skip out on the guilt and make yourself our 1-Step Pineapple Nice Cream Recipe to kill the craving and stick to a healthier lifestyle!
Sure nothing beats the crunch of a bag of potato chips, we’d be lying if we said something did; however, this high sodium snack is blatantly not good for you. Usually craving salty foods indicates that you’re dehydrated, what does that mean? Amplify your intake of water! And, do that even more easily by making your water taste delicious. Try out these herb, and fruit ice sticks that are water bottle friendly.
Health & Happiness,
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