Is there anyone who is a runner "addicted to sweetness" because life cannot be without sweetness?

What should I do to fix it? It's sweet. What should I do?

At least the "soft drink" that runners usually carry while racing.

with 8.5-11 teaspoons of sugar!!

Although the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that you consume no more than 6 teaspoons of sugar per day, just 1 can of soft drink contains more than the amount of sugar your body should receive per day!!

Can't deny that

Just drinking 1 can of soda can refresh your body.

when the body likes

and craving for sweetness

He orders us to drink soft drinks or desserts constantly.

to add brightness to oneself

This sweet craving behavior

May cause some runners to be "addicted to sweetness"

Accidentally want to eat other desserts too, right?

reducing sweetness and sugar cravings

This story has no secret tips that suggest that

1. Do not cut raw sugar in food, beverages or desserts because the body will not accept it and can only do it for a short time.

In the end, they will come back to eat dessert as usual.

or more than before!!

Because the "raw break" causes the body to show signs of fainting, dizziness, weakness, nausea, etc.

It may take a way to gradually reduce the sweetness.

Give yourself 1-2 months to get used to your taste buds.

2. Drink water and don't let your body become dehydrated.

because it will make you feel hungry and want to eat more sweets

Drinking only 1 glass of water while craving dessert

It will help reduce that craving.

3. Choose to eat foods that are high in fiber such as vegetables, brown rice, unsweetened fruits, nuts, because dietary fiber will help reduce sweet cravings.

and helps control blood sugar levels

4. Always look at nutrition labels.

to see the amount of sugar contained in food and drink, reduce the purchase of sweets and desserts to the house

5. Write down the food you eat each day.

to see what foods, drinks or snacks we eat that are sweet

will allow us to see our own eating habits

and help us to change our sugar-addicted behavior more easily

6. Eat a variety of foods and a complete group, including protein, carbohydrates and fat in the right proportions.

to stabilize the sugar level

and make you feel full longer than eating rice

or only flour

7. When you want to eat sweets, try to find other activities such as exercising, writing, cleaning the house.

because when the brain commands that it wants to eat dessert

That feeling lasts about 20-30 minutes. If you do other activities, it may help reduce your cravings for sweets.

If you know that you are "addicted to sweets" then try to break up.

Because of the excess sweetness

leading to obesity, diabetes, etc. that affect your body in the future


The ThaiRun Facebook page, the runner's happiness hub, pointed out that the "addicted to sugar" symptoms do not have much of a positive effect on our bodies.

because it can lead to various diseases in the future

And of course, the runners will break raw.

Doesn't accept sweetness into the body at all

it's difficult

Therefore, as the page suggests

should be gradually adjusted

Gradually cut down on sweets.

And try to turn to other foods that contain dietary fiber, it will help a lot.

Desserts, no one deny that they are delicious and pleasing to the body.

but vice versa

If too much, it could be poison.

That you have to be extremely careful with...

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