Sugar, sugar, sugar. Nothing but sugar. Spoils your teeth. Being fat is not cool unless you are a sumo wrestler or a hot dog eating champion. Then it’s cool. Craving for sweets simply mean that your body is asking for one of the nutrients below. All you need to do is put in more :
The tips from this site are: (1) Use vegetables liberally, (2) drink plenty of water, (3) use chocolate pudding for chocolate (I use sugar-free ice pops), (4) eat as much real food as possible, (5) stay away from high fructose corn syrup, and (6) supplement your diet with glucose control agents.
Avoid Foods to Curb Cravings“Doctors claim that fasting for up to 24 hours has its health perks: a lessened dependency on sugar, a smaller chance for diabetes, and lower blood pressure. The catch is that while you’re avoiding the food, you should still consume water during this partial fast. If fasting is not for you, limiting your calorie intake might work instead. The goal is to give your digestive system a rest and to prevent the creation of byproducts that the body doesn’t need.”
“Remove temptations. Go through your refrigerator and food pantry. Get rid of the cakes, ice cream, cookies, etc. When you go food shopping, make a conscious effort not to buy sweet good habit to get into is to take a walk instead of eating dessert. If, after 10 minutes, you still want sweets, gargle with an antiseptic mouthwash or brush your teeth. The aftertaste doesn’t mix well with sweets and you’ll probably lose your craving quickly. Or for a more dramatic altering of the taste sense, try getting Gymnema Sylvestre leaves and chewing a pinch of them thoroughly. In the following hour or two anything that is unsweetened will taste better than anything containing sugar.”
Some more cravings links: