Gimme some SUGAH

Personally, the earlier I ingest a sweet, the more likely I crave carbohydrates to the point of distraction until the beast is fed. And it is an insatiable beast. Research shows sugar and fats can trigger addictive, compulsive behavior which may translate into stress responses both emotionally and physically. Next time you feel stressed, take a quick review of what you've eaten and note if your sugars or higher glycemic foods are taking center stage in your nutritional intake. Check out this abstract: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4214609/

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