1. Practice Deep Breathing
Yogis practice the ancient art of deep breathing to relax, clear the mind, and to cleanse the body.
However, deep breathing, just like they do in yoga, has been shown to DECREASE cravings.
It’s true! And you may be able to do it in as little as 15 minutes per day!
One study showed that smokers, who performed deep breathing techniques, were less likely to crave a cigarette after performing the exercise.
So next time you are craving a cupcake, take a few deep breaths, focus your mind, and cleanse your soul.
You may find that your craving has passed and your desire for that food may be gone.
Remove Trigger Foods
This has to be the simplest way to curb your nasty food craving.
If you have junk food in your house, or food that you know will trigger a food cravings later on, remove it and replace it with a healthier food alternative.
This will give you a substitute for the food that you really want.
Plus, if you don’t see the food, the chances of you craving it, could drop dramatically.
So go ahead, clean out your cupboards, put in healthy, low-calorie, nutritious foods, and STOP your cravings dead in their tracks.