Sugary food cravings: Why?😇

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For many of us, the sight of a freshly glazed doughnut can feel like falling in love and coming home to a pack of unopened cookies can feel like the adult version of Christmas morning. There’s something about sugar that hooks us and keeps reeling us in again and again. Whether we like it or not sugar has a major hold on us.

If you’re reading this it’s very likely for you to understand, and have firsthand experience, of this allure. Sugar isn’t just confectionary, but it’s a compulsion; there is no such thing as stopping after “just one.” I mean, if one is good, more is better. At least that’s what it feels like with the sweet stuff.


We are given many reasons for our sugar cravings: pleasure-seeking brain circuits, intestinal parasites, mineral deficiencies, malnutrition, habitual behaviour, unbalanced diets, too much salt, buried emotional issues, lack of sleep, stress…. and my favourite, lack of discipline. We are not at a loss for reasons for our addiction to sugar, yet knowing isn’t enough to change us or our behaviour. If knowing was enough we would all be winning gold medals and gold stars in every area of our life. If anything, knowing just makes it feel worse… we know better so why aren’t we doing better? Knowing becomes just another reason for us to feel bad about ourselves.

The next step to knowing is to try and do something about it. We take matters into our own hands and attempt to turn our sugar-loving switch from on to off. This is not a painless process, and just when we feel we’re making ground something happens to throw us off and we’re on a mission to hunt down any sugar we can find and back at the start.

When we decide to target our sugar dependency, we attack the sugar itself, we clear the pantry, empty the house of all products and declare sugar the enemy. And this is fine… except it doesn’t work. When we create an action plan like this, we’re a few steps too far ahead and facing the wrong direction. We don’t address what’s really happening.

junkfood on plate

The key: target the true problem, not the side-effect of the problem. And sugar cravings are the side-effect, they’re the symptom of the real problem, and treating symptoms never makes the problem to be resolved. The only way to create true, long-standing change is to address the root cause…. otherwise you’re just wasting your time and prepping yourself for another future sugar-binge.

What is the root cause? Leptin resistance. There are natural sources of food which can promote Leptin levels. Like protein-rich food of eggs, pulses, dairy products, fatty fishes and zinc-rich foods and leafy vegetables.


In some individuals, the cravings can be strong and unavoidable. In this case, one way to target leptin resistance is with a product called leptitox, a blend of 22 all natural ingredients which work with your body to reverse leptin resistance and its effects. When leptin resistance occurs in our body we have a malfunctioning system. This malfunction will produce troublesome symptoms. Not only does leptin resistance increase hunger but it creates cravings! That’s a recipe for disaster! Not only will you be hungry but you’ll be hankering after the worst foods imaginable…

We may have blamed everything else under the sun for our inability to stop reaching for the next cookie… everything but leptin resistance. If you want to see real movement and change you’ll need to target leptin resistance and do something to “fix” it.

Leptitox is just the way to address the growing problem of leptin resistance, since it has been created to target and address it. Leptitox is a blend of 22 carefully selected herbs, amino acids and vitamins with the ability to help your body address the real cause of leptin resistance. It will change everything you thought you knew about weight loss.

Here is the link, you can check out,

Thanks for reading.

Blessings and much love 💐

49 thoughts on “Sugary food cravings: Why?😇

  1. I’d agree with how the cravings are the side-effect, not the real problem underneath. There can be mental and physical issues behind the food we crave, and it’s important to unpick the reasons if your food choices or amount of certain things you’re eating becomes problematic. Great post!

    Caz xx

  2. Gosh I like sweets 🙂 After my raise on the apprentice electrical crew in ’70 I Got me a doz glazed doughnuts at 6am and only 2 left by noon. My inards were making weird painful sounds all after noon. I have been ‘sweets binge’ free now for fifty+ years 😉

  3. What a great article! I am very familiar with the feelings a of a sugar craving. I’m a vegan and therefore my body craves sweets after almost every meal. Sometimes I eat a handful of cranberries or raisins to satisfy the craving. I really enjoy eating donuts 🤫

    1. Research shows that pancreas get over stimulated if more and more refined sugar is taken. So, if a child is fed with more sweet stuff, he will surely crave for more sweet foods. Whereas, if a child is never fed with sweets, later on he may like or dislike the taste of sweetness depending on the individual’s taste preferences.
      But, definitely, he would not crave so much for sweets as he is not habituated.
      Anyway, thank you so much for your kind response.

  4. Oh, listened to video link d.j for what seemed an age with a lot of repetition of how good this advice or product was going to be, sorry felt couldn’t wait any longer & gave up waiting for any substance to the video.

      1. Realise that d.j but after a lengthy viewing of virtues of product (not named) Still didn’t get to name it or if considering purchasing it how to do it.
        Just Abit disappointing.
        Thanks for reply.

      2. The product’s name is Leptitox. The video is long but really good as they have explained in detailed about the ingredients and the cycle of leptin resistance. The product name and detail for purchase is mentioned in the end.

      3. Yes saw that name in your post but waited quite a long time to reach the end with a lot of repetition before that.
        Thanks anyway dj but will leave it for now. Only a few odd days recently eating a slice of cake. Think I perhaps was over reacting as I never really had a sweet tooth. As children 1 penny given at a set time of day to eat sweets & think it was a sensible approach as not to be guzzling on sweets all day.

  5. I’ve never really had a problem with sugary foods and my BMI has been between 21 and 22 for many years. I like them, especially chocolate, but seem to know when I’ve had enough, and even then if hungry will go for things like nuts because I can’t face anything sugary. I guess I’m lucky.

  6. “…treating symptoms never makes the problem to be resolved. The only way to create true, long-standing change is to address the root cause…” You’ve just made my day! Sugar or not, this is a universal truth! Thank you!

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  8. Thank you for the valuable information. Luckily, I can resist second helpings and piggging out, but enjoy my ONE piece of dark chocolate a day after lunch. Thank you for reading my article on AA Milne. Best wishes.

  9. Hi dj, just linked in to this post to see a like of one of my comments from another blogger. I was quite concerned to see some comments underneath which in my view are in very bad taste. As there is no reply from you to any of them I am not sure if you had seen them. Thought I should let you know.

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