If you are drawn to flour and sweets – it is a lack of carbohydrates. We teach in the Program that you need to eat enough carbohydrates throughout the day so as not to pull on the rolls. Make sure that the diet includes whole grain pasta, brown rice, fruit. If you really want chocolate, and PMS is still far away, it is possible that the stress level exceeds the allowable norm. Chocolate is an antidepressant, so analyze where you are overworked or nervous. If you want nuts, you don’t need to restrain yourself. Eat them as a snack or as an addition to your morning porridge. Most likely, the body needs vitamin E. Choose raw nuts without additives (no salt, caramel or chocolate on top!), Prefer almonds, hazelnuts, cashews, walnuts. If you are drawn to milk or dairy products, make sure you have enough calcium in your diet. Cottage cheese, yogurt, cheese and sesame seeds are your main helpers. If you really want fish – this is a signal that the body lacks vitamins A and D, if seafood – iodine. Stay in the sun more and eat seafood several times a week. Fish is also very good for the brain and nervous system. The strong desire to drink coffee comes not only when the body needs to wake up. Sometimes this is a signal of protein deficiency. Meat, fish and seafood should be present in the diet daily. When you want certain flavors, it is also a signal to the body. Pulls on the salty when the body needs minerals. Nuts, cereals, vegetables and fruits will help here. The body relies on acute and bitter in case of poisoning, metabolic disorders or eating disorders. If it pulls on acid, it indicates a lack of vitamin C, it often happens with problems with the liver and gallbladder, as well as during the cold season.
Listen carefully to your body. By learning to recognize its signals in time, you will acquire an indispensable helper in maintaining health.