Craving What We Shouldn't: Why It Happens

"Some people crave veggies and fruits."

When I first heard this, I thought it was a joke. I mean how could someone, especially in America, crave foods like THAT? With all the delicious options of food, takeout, ready to go food, frozen and snacks- the flavors are endless and out of this world! 

However, after years of struggling with my weight and confidence, I realized something. I didn't like my eating habits and I was envious of those people that crave fruits and veggies. 

Fast-forward to today, and I am much more balanced than I used to be. I eat fruit for breakfast, eat veggies with lunch and dinner, and try to eat fruit or nuts instead of sweets. The transition started super slow and gradual- I started replacing sodas and juices with water and farmers market milk. My energy levels rose like crazy from these two changes- the oxygen in the water was stimulating my brain and body, and the organic milk had nutrients and vitamins no grocery store milk could ever have. 

From here I slowly started to eat berries (raspberries or blueberries are the easiest to make, eat and my favorites). I noticed I craved the sweet, hydrating taste of fruit over chips or chocolate. I started to eat salad with dressing ( I tried 4 dressings before finding one), and started to eat thinks like sweet potatoes, quinoa and brown rice for dinner, because I mixed it with various spices. 

If I did, it, you can do- just start small and follow the recommendations in our blog. I know you can do it, and we're here to fully support you!

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