Sugar and Carb Cravings

Have you ever found yourself craving sugars or carbs even though you’ve recently eaten? Have you experienced the cravings during random times of the day? If so, you may be experiencing a symptom of food intolerance. Believe it or not, eating a food that your body can’t handle can cause you to crave sugars and carbs, which can lead to weight gain and other negative side effects.


How does a food intolerance cause cravings?


Serotonin is the powerful chemical in our bodies responsible for maintaining mood balance, social behavior, libido, memory, and digestive health. More importantly, though, serotonin acts as the natural appetite suppressant in our bodies, making us feel satisfied even when our stomachs are not full.


When fighting a food intolerance, serotonin production (95% of which originates from the cells in our intestines) can decrease dramatically, leading us to intense carb and sugar cravings. This process can send the body into a vicious cycle made up of many negative symptoms. Sugar and carb cravings happen to be one of them, and they all stem from the fight against food intolerance.

What can you do to stop the cravings?


Eliminating and replacing problem foods from your diet may help fight against sudden weight gain. In fact, the quickest way to identify your food intolerances is with the PinnerTest, which utilizes advanced IgG (FC Fragment Specific), Antigen, Antiserum, Control tests to determine your food sensitivities with the use of a few drops of blood collected from the comfort of your own home.


This kind of testing helps to quickly identify which foods are responding negatively with your system and can be much more efficient than food journaling or diets that require a lot of guesswork. Thanks to this new technology it’s easier to rid your diet of these foods to prevent symptoms like sugar cravings, allowing you to take control of your nutrition and lead a healthier life.

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