What does “Shake the Sugar Blues” mean?
Are you feeling?
- Brain fog Can anyone here relate?
Self Magazine conducted a study on sugar consumption in the office. “ We’ve noticed that the candy jar has replaced the watercooler as the workplace hot spot: By midafternoon, the bowl sitting on the SELF research desk gets more traffic than Google. (We’re not alone: Fifty-two percent of you say you share a candy stash with coworkers, and 23 percent dig into it at least once a day, a Self.com poll reports.)
What is your candy personality types?
Is this you? You check in with the bowl regularly, catching up on office gossip and last night’s TV highlights while noshing.
Why you do it It’s the company, not the candy, you’re seeking, but that doesn’t stop you from popping several pieces.
Is this you? Like clockwork, you practically sleepwalk to the jar every day for an afternoon pick-me-up.
Why you do it “Your energy may dip because you aren’t eating nutrient-dense foods frequently enough,
The stress muncher
Is this you? When deadlines loom, you grab fistfuls of chocolate to calm your nerves.
Why you do it “Stress depletes serotonin,” Dorfman says. Some people stimulate feel-good brain chemicals with food.
The candy keeper
Is this you? Maintaining the bowl is your job, and it’s stocked with your favorites. Proximity means you indulge often and unconsciously.
Why you do it Being center stage and doling out treats gives as much of a rush as the sugar.
The guilty eater
Is this you? No matter why you’re nibbling—whether it’s hunger or boredom—you apologize for each piece.
Why you do it You feel less guilty voicing your regret.
Is any of the above scenarios describe YOU?
Here are 4 Rules to STOP SUGAR CRAVINGS
- Eat healthy fats: avocados, coconut oil, Udo oil
- Eat living foods: mung beans sprouts, sunflower sprouts…
- Eat more protein = less cravings
- Eat fermented foods: sauerkraut, kimchi, cocobiotic ….
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