How to Beat Sugar Cravings

by | June 22, 2017 | Nutrition, eating + cooking, Videos

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Dr. Bojana (Boy•ana) Jankovic Weatherly is an award winning board certified internal medicine physician. As part of her mission to deliver accessible, evidence- based health and wellness information, she created this website, featuring her videos, articles and recipes.

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  1. Sheila Pratt

    I just completed my yearly physical and the doctor diagnosed me with “fatty liver”. One of the major changes he has given me is to follow a low glycemic diet. Your video couldn’t have come at a better time! I have to get my sugar intake under control and your suggestions are much needed and appreciated! Thank you!

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    • Bojana Jankovic

      You are so welcome, and thank you for sharing this Sheila! I wish you all the best with the low glycemic diet and healthier habits. It is so important that you are taking active steps to take care of yourself, so congratulations! Please feel free to keep us posted on how you are doing.

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  2. Maria Ayres

    Thank you for this video. I have a horrible habit of late night snacking and I do it mindlessly. I have read the book Power of Habit and forgotten it. Thanks for the reminder.

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    • Bojana Jankovic

      Thank you for sharing this. Getting into a cycle of unhealthy habits can happen for many reasons, and it happens to all of us at one time or another. It is important to be able to reflect on the cues and causes of these habits in a non-judgmental way. If you found this video helpful, my article on overcoming cravings may resonate and provide further insight: https://drbojana.com/articles/overcome-cravings-use-advantage/

      Good luck in your journey!

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