Tips for dealing with cravings by coach Tracy K

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The very best way to deal with cravings is to be sure to eat enough at meal times. If you have enough protein and fat during your meal, you will have way less cravings. Also, keep the craved foods out of your home or out of your sight if you cannot get them out of your home because others in your family are eating them. The longer you are on carnivore, the easier the cravings are to deal with. They basically just go away if you are eating plenty of meat and fat at your mealtimes.


Artificial sweeteners should be avoided as they can lead to cravings. The sweet in your mouth tends to make you crave more sweet tastes. Good ideas to try if you do get hungry between meals or have cravings is to eat pats of butter, or some bacon, or just any type of meat that you have available to you.If you keep the right foods on hand, you’ll have something to turn to when a craving hits. But truly, the cravings do go away after awhile of satiating your body on nutrient dense meat!

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