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Ousting the sweet stuff from your diet can temper a litany of health complaints, from high cholesterol to digestive woes. But don't go cold turkey - that can lead to lethargy, headaches, and mood swings - especially if you have a serious sweet tooth.

Denergy Massage & Myofascial Release
(410) 643-7660
20 Ridgeley Ave,
Annapolis, MD

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Dr. J. Warren
(240) 355-7733
7851 Belle Point Drive
Greenbelt, MD
Company
Integrative Medical Group
Industry
Naturopathic Doctor (ND)
Specialties & Therapies
Specialties : General Health Concerns

Therapies : Herbal Medicine, Homeopathy, Massage Therapy, Reflexology, Reiki, Natural Health
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Alternative Health Insurance Services, Complementary Health Plans, Out of Network Coverage, Receipt provided for reimbursement
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American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, American Holistic Medical Association, American Medical Association

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Holistic Solutions
(410) 531-3330
5329 Broadwater Lane
Clarksville, MD

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Maryland Holistics
(301) 588-5858
1111 Spring Street, Suite G5
Silver Spring, MD

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SomaTensegrity
(860) 874-8303
1190 West Northern Parkway - Suite 110
Baltimore, MD

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Lasting Light Yoga & Reiki
(410) 997-2018
6136 WAITING SPG
Columbia, MD

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CranioSacral Path
(443) 604-1981
3691 Park Ave
Ellicott City, MD

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Restore the Healing Within Reflexology/Linette Parent
(410) 298-3622
2125 Gwynn Oak Avenue Suite D
Baltimore, MD

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www.greenrita.com
(202) 714-4022
1515 Michigan Ave NE
Washington, DC

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Richard John Calvert, MD
(301) 846-1246
Hfs-452 8301 Muirkirk Road
Laurel, MD
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Internal Medicine, Nutrition
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Male
Education
Medical School: Duke Univ Sch Of Med, Durham Nc 27710
Graduation Year: 1981

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Eliminating Sugar

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By Meghan Rabbitt

Ousting the sweet stuff from your diet can temper a litany of health complaints, from high cholesterol to digestive woes. But don’t go cold turkey—that can lead to lethargy, headaches, and mood swings—especially if you have a serious sweet tooth. To help you go sugar free without the side effects:
1 Have breakfast. Eating first thing in the morning can keep neuropeptide Y, an appetite-stimulating neurotransmitter, in check, which helps stave off late-day sugar cravings. Try a bowl of steel-cut oats or a hard-boiled egg and a rice cake.
2 Pack protein into every meal. The body digests protein more slowly than fats and carbohydrates, keeping you fuller longer, says Sue Moores, RD, a nutritionist in St. Paul, Minnesota. But reach for lean meats and plant-based sources of protein; too much fat gives galanin, another neuropeptide, a boost, setting you up for nighttime cravings.
3 Drink more water. Experts agree that one of the best ways to keep any kind of food craving at bay is to stay hydrated. What’s more, research shows that eating water-heavy foods (think melons and tomatoes) leads to a higher level of appetite satisfaction, which can also minimize cravings.
4 Spice things up. Cinnamon, allspice, and vanilla can go a long way to satisfy a sweet tooth. Add a dash of cinnamon or a drizzle of vanilla over a bowl of fruit.
5 Avoid sweets altogether—even sugar alternatives, says Nicole Egenberger, ND, a naturopath in New York City. “Tasting something sweet can trigger the desire for more sweets, even if it’s a food that’s lower on the glycemic index.” A solution: Apply a few leaves of the gymnema sylvestre plant directly to your tongue and then chew and swallow; its anti-sweet saponins temporarily alter the way you experience the taste of sweets.
—Meghan Rabbitt

Author: Meghan Rabbitt

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