This is not surprising given that sugar is that it stimulates the wellness centers in the brain and affects of stress hormones in such a way as to reduce temporarily the stress and tension. But the consumption of large quantities of sugar is associated with significant health problems such as obesity, high blood pressure, insulin resistance and other disorders of the cardiovascular system. How then would limit this "bad" habits.
Start by removing processed foods have much sugar from your kitchen. Create menu includes a variety of fruits, vegetables, pure proteins and whole grains. A healthy, balanced diet should keep you eat and limit your need for sugar. Include drinking water in your daily life, to give you a feeling of fullness when you think you want to eat something sweet. Choose, healthy snacks, such as walnuts or almonds or even some milk which is good and contain protein and healthy fat.
Eat several, small meals. Instead of one or two large meals a day, eat four or five young. Each meal includes a combination of carbohydrates, proteins, healthy fats. This helps stabilize blood sugar levels and to avoid intense hunger that makes you particularly want something sweet. Start your day with a healthy breakfast, so not tempted to eat a snack high in sugar in the afternoon. Try yogurt with low fat or vegetable butter on whole wheat crackers.