Diet+Weight loss

How to Stop Carb Cravings?


Eating a meal with a high glycemic load sends blood glucose levels high, boosts hunger, and piques a desire for more, says a new study.

Four hours after you’ve put down your fork, such a meal makes you hungrier than if you’d eaten one with more protein and fiber and fewer carbohydrates, the study finds.

“This research suggests that based on their effects on brain metabolism, all calories are not alike,” Dr. David Ludwig, the lead author of the study and the director of the New Balance Foundation Obesity Prevention Center at Boston Children’s Hospital, said. “Not everybody who eats processed carbohydrates develops uncontrollable food cravings. But for the person who has been struggling with weight in our modern food environment and unable to control their cravings, limiting refined carbohydrate may be a logical first step.”

Dr. Dani talks in this short video about how you can stop your carb cravings:

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