A: Feed me now or I'll hurt you. If this sounds like you, it's usually a sign of low blood sugar from an exhausted "stress handler" gland. In the first few minutes, eating sugar will help, but it will make things worse in the long run.
Sucking on a Tic Tac or two may be enough sugar to break the attack. Then, eat more protein and fewer sweets to keep your blood sugar stable. If you need a treat, try a small amount of dark chocolate (over 70 percent cocoa, no milk fats). The flavonoids can boost energy and immunity. Another good tactic to decrease cravings? Have multiple, small meals throughout the day, rather than three large ones.
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