Juice Cleanse Recipes to help regain energy and reduce bloating

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Do you ever find yourself…

  • Sluggish
  • Tired
  • Bloated
  • Picking up seasonal colds

…to name a few?

Would you rather be …

  • Light and bright
  • Super energised
  • Beating cravings and kick-starting a weight loss journey
  • Could you really live on juice for a few days?

Life has gotten a bit hectic. You may be running from morning until you finally put your head down on the pillow at night.

Stress can become your way of life, which leads to bloating, exhaustion, getting sick and worn out. You see it in your skin, which is only a sign of what’s happening on the inside.

Not to mention accidental weight gain and feeling sluggish.

Is a simple juice cleanse starting to sound like a really good idea?

A simple juice cleanse will help your body detoxify and give your organs a break from all the junk.

You will be amazed by the results that you will see in just one week.

  • feeling lighter
  • glowing clear skin
  • boost of energy
  • finally lose that last bit of weight that has been hanging on.

Here are a few easy, simple detox juice recipes to try. Drink one large glass first thing in the morning for your simple juice cleanse.

 

The Green Juice

6 celery stalks

1 whole cucumber

1 large green apple

3 big leaves of kale

A handful of spinach

A handful of parsley

1 lemon

Add all ingredients into your juicer one at a time. Refrigerate leftovers in an airtight glass container for 1–2 days.

 

The Menoboost Juice

This juice is best after a strenuous workout. It provides a great energy boost that your body needs to recover from vigorous exercise.

2 raw beetroot, including green stalks

3 large carrots

1 lemon

3 large green apples

1½ tablespoons fresh ginger

 

Add all ingredients into your juicer one at a time. Refrigerate leftovers in an airtight glass container for 1–2 days.

 

The Natural Pick Me Up Juice

This juice is best when you are feeling sleepy or fatigued and need to wake up. It tastes just like a mint margarita and is much better for you than that afternoon coffee!

2 large green apples

1/3 of a pineapple

Sprig or two of mint

Add all ingredients into your juicer one at a time. Refrigerate leftovers in an airtight glass container for 1–2 days.

 

The Detox Juice

The ingredients in this juice make it one of the strongest and easiest ways to detox the liver. We need all the help we can get for liver support. This is a natural and gentle way to detoxify and cleanse.

2 cucumbers

1 beetroot

3 celery stalks – always organic

3 dandelion leaves

1 lemon

1 lime

½ teaspoon turmeric

Add all ingredients into your juicer one at a time. Refrigerate leftovers in an airtight glass container for 1–2 days.

Just after a few days of juice cleansing, you’ll start to notice some big changes in your body and may even want to juice more frequently as part of your normal lifestyle.

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Yours in health and wellness,

Trish

One of the best foods to help balance hormones – Flax seed.

If you are looking to improve your diet and adopt a healthier lifestyle for a happier you, switch your diet to include healthy fats instead of carbs for better, balanced hormones. These include foods that are high short, medium, and long-chain fatty acids, which are essential in managing your hormones, keeping your inflammation levels low, boosting metabolism, and supporting weight loss.

One simple way of realizing our goals of taking better care of our minds and bodies is the addition of a small, shiny seed into our meals.

Flaxseed, also known as linseed, can help you lead a healthier life. It has been shown to improve blood sugar levels in diabetics and reduce cholesterol. It is considered a superfood because of its high dietary fiber and omega 3 fatty acids.

Flaxseed is also a great source of lignans, a form of phytonutrients that offer potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant characteristics.

Flaxseeds are versatile and easy to use. Incorporating flax into your meals is a very low maintenance way of reaping exponentially more benefits. Flaxseed contains a wide array of minerals, healthy fats, and vitamin B that can help promote healthier hair and skin, resolving issues of redness and flaky skin and reducing acne, eczema, and rosacea. Flaxseed oil is also a great moisturizer.

Researchers have also found that the lignans present in flaxseed may help reduce the risks of breast, ovarian, and endometrial cancers.

Flax seeds improve metabolism by acting like natural gum. Flaxseed is rich in mucilage gum, which assists in nutrient absorption. It helps by keeping food in the stomach for longer periods of time, allowing for maximum nutrient absorption. The mucilage gum is water-soluble, which also enables better removal of toxins and waste and soothes the stomach lining.

The lignans do not stop there. They can help regulate female hormones in the bloodstreams, act as phytoestrogens, and provide antioxidants. This regulatory effect on the female hormones is helpful because it presents a natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy, reduces the risks of osteoporosis, and helps regulate menstruation cycles.

Flax seeds do not only improve life by improving your health, but they serve as healthy substitutes for cooking and baking. Ground flax is a good way to substitute flours that contain gluten. This is particularly beneficial for those who are afflicted by celiac disease or those who may be sensitive to gluten. Flaxseed is a multipurpose ingredient that serves as a powerhouse for better health.

Have a fabulous summer. I am taking some time off to be with my family.

We have a busy summer planned. A mix of yoga, surfing and festivals.

See you at World Yoga Festival, Beautiful Days or Greenbelt Festival.

If you would like to book a call

Clinic is open the following days in August.

12th, 15th, 16th

Let me know if you would like to book a session for these days.

Also, be sure to connect in the FB group as I will keep an eye on any questions and continue to support our growing FB community.

If you would like to learn more about my 8-week Time To Nourish packages email me here trish@trishtuckermay.com The next group programme will be commencing mid-September.

 

Kind regards

Trish

 

 

The Best Food to Support Hormones – Blueberries

Blueberries are flowering indigo-coloured berries that are sweet, long-lasting, and versatile. They are a great way to jazz up salads, smoothies, yogurt, and gluten-free pancakes, cupcakes, or waffles. Not only are they tasty and easy to snack on, but they are powerhouse superfoods with a wide range of benefits. Here are just a few.

Blueberries for hormone health

 

  1. High in nutrition

Blueberries are very nutritious. A cup contains four grams of fiber, 36% of your daily value (DV) of vitamin K, 24% DV of vitamin C, 25% DV of manganese and 15 grams of healthy carbohydrates.

  1. Low in calories

Although they are high in nutrition, they are low in calories. One serving of 148 grams of blueberries only contains 84 calories.

  1. King of anti-oxidants

Blueberries are often referred to as the king of antioxidants. They contain a high number of flavonoids that reduce the risk of various types of diseases and illnesses like cancer and heart problems.

  1. Promote anti-aging

Daily consumption of blueberries reduces the risk of DNA damage and the development of anti-aging symptoms.

  1. Fight various diseases and illnesses

Blueberries can help reduce cholesterol, lower blood pressure and improve your memory and other brain activities.

  1. Workout partner

Blueberries are great for restoring and repairing muscle damage after hard workout sessions. Add a handful of them to your post-workout protein shake or smoothie.

  1. Help in losing weight

The fiber in blueberries helps you feel full, satiates cravings, and provides you with loads of long-lasting energy. Whip up a smoothie or throw them into some Greek yogurt to help keep your snacking healthy.

  1. Healthy digestion

Having a handful of blueberries as a dessert after your meal will help to improve your digestion and will save your body from disturbing illnesses like constipation.

  1. Promote clear and glowing skin

Blueberries promote clear skin. The high levels of vitamin C help reduce the damages of smoke, pollution and built up makeup. Try a blueberry facemask at home to help your skin regain its glow.

  1. Have luscious locks

The vitamins and nutrients in blueberries can help restore the lustre and shine of your hair. You can even crush a handful of blueberries and add them to your hair oil as a hair mask. Apply, let sit for a few minutes, and rinse. Your hair will feel amazing.

  1. You are strong when your bones are strong

Blueberries contain magnesium, calcium, iron, and phosphorus that promote strong, healthy bones. Daily consumption of a handful of blueberries may help repair damaged bones and reduce the risk of osteoporosis.

If you would like to learn more about my Hormone Balancing Package including DUTCH TEST and Happy Menopause Package click here 

 

Yours in health and wellness,

 

Trish Tucker May

5 Ways to Lose Weight When You Love Food

Losing weight does not have to be stressful, painful, or outrageously difficult. Many people lose significant amounts of weight just by tweaking their diet and making small changes to their routine. You do not have to starve and you do not have to abandon your favourite foods. You do not even need to centre your life on the treadmill or weight room. But, you do need discipline and willpower. Here are five simple ways to start losing weight and still enjoy the food you love.

1. Control your portions:

Embarking on a weight loss journey is not the time to punish yourself or eliminate all food you take pleasure in. Take baby steps and slowly reduce your portion size. For instance, if you are craving chocolate, instead of buying the biggest bar, purchase the smallest one instead. Those cravings are often satisfied by just a few bites. If you buy the bigger size, you may feel obligated to eat the whole thing, which you will later regret. Similarly, choose smaller food portions when you go out to eat. The key is to take less at the beginning, see if the smaller amount satisfies you, and then get more if you still feel hungry. Remember, it takes your body almost 20 minutes to register that it is full.

2. Drink a lot of water, green tea, and kombucha:

Water is the elixir of life. Increasing your water intake will not only curb your hunger but will improve your skin’s appearance and increase your energy. Drinking water will also help you burn more calories and will help detoxify your body. Daily consumption of green tea and kombucha will also help you burn more calories at a faster rate by improving your metabolic system. Drink tea twice a day after your meals.

3. Take protein powder:

Organic protein powder is one of the few weight loss supplements that is healthy and has been proven to show actual results. It is incredibly low in calories and high in fibre, making it a good appetite suppressant. This supplement may be helpful for people who struggle with binge eating. Protein Max is what I recommend. It is water-soluble so it helps reduce water weight and bloating. You can order it here

4. Eat foods that are high in fibre:

In general, foods that are high in fibre are typically low in calories. Fibre keeps your stomach full, curbs hunger pangs and helps limit your calorie intake to a minimum. Foods that contain a high amount of fibre are beans, lentils, rice (both brown and white), items listed as “whole grain” on their label, and nuts like almonds, pecans, and walnuts. Other good options are porridge, bran-based cereals, oats, and apples.

5. Eat foods with high water content:

Adding foods with high water content, like watermelon, zucchini, strawberries, cucumber, broccoli, yogurt, cantaloupe, and fish, will help your stomach feel full and stave off cravings. Many of these foods make great alternatives to your previously unhealthy foods. For example, if you are craving a thick milkshake, try one with yogurt, fruit, and ice, instead of one laden with calories and sugar. Zucchini or spaghetti squash also make great substitutes for pasta.

If you would like to learn more about my 8-week gut healing, hormone balancing programme book a free call here

Yours in health and wellness,

Trish

Meals That Are Great For Your Gut Health

When trying to stay healthy and lean, it is important to think about the good gut food we put into our bodies. Intuitive and smart eating is an important part of our lives, and understanding the benefits of different foods can help us to make informed decisions about how to support our gut and hormones.

Whether you want to boost your metabolism, balance hormones, make your Dentist happier, or lose some weight before your holidays – eating the right foods is key. Today we are going to talk about some of the best recipes you can eat to supply your body with those essential nutrients you need for a healthy gut and happy hormones. 

Packed vegetable soup 

Vegetable soup is an easy meal idea to make and it is one that will fill your body up with vitamins and minerals to fuel your day the right way. This recipe has lots of veggies in it and it is ideal for a midweek meal with a bread roll to fuel you for work. 

Ingredients:

  • 400g chopped tomatoes 
  • 1 tbsp tomato puree 
  • 1 pack cherry tomatoes 
  • 2 bell peppers 
  • 1 large white onion
  • 2 cloves garlic 
  • 3 tbsp mixed herbs 
  • 1 spring onion 
  • 100g butternut squash 
  • 1 zucchini 
  • 1 sweet potato 
  • 1 eggplant 
  1. Chop up all of your vegetables into diced pieces, chopping the onion into a fine dice. Add to a large roasting dish and drizzle with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper, and your mixed herbs. 
  2. Roast for 45 minutes at 200C. 
  3. Take ⅔ of your vegetable mixture and blend, add to a pan with chopped tomatoes and tomato puree. Add the rest of your vegetables. 
  4. You can optionally add 1 tsp sugar here to offset the acid of the tomato. 
  5. Simmer for 10 minutes. 
  6. Serve. 

Slow cooked beef and veggies 

It is important for you to get lots of protein in your diet, as well as iron and zinc to build a healthy gut. This recipe brings these ingredients in a simple stew that is ideally served with spinach leaves and broccoli. 

Ingredients

  • 500g diced beef
  • 1 tbsp flour
  • Salt and pepper
  • 1 tin chopped tomatoes 
  • 1 tsp worcester sauce 
  • 150ml red wine 
  • 1 beef stock cube 
  • 250ml water 
  • 200g chanteney carrots
  • 1 bell pepper
  1. Brown your beef in a pan with flour, salt and pepper. The flour will help to thicken the sauce later on during cooking as well as bring a lovely browned skin to the beef. 
  2. In a casserole dish or a slow cooker, add your beef, chopped tomatoes, worcester sauce, water, and stock cube. Mix together and add red wine. 
  3. Add chanteney carrots whole, as well as sliced peppers. 
  4. Cook for 4-6 hours in a slow cooker, or in the oven for 2 hours at 180C. 
  5. Serve with steamed broccoli and spinach. 

Spiced chicken and couscous 

This simple meal is quick, perfect for lunch, and will fill you up for the day. 

Ingredients:

  • 2 chicken breasts 
  • 1 tsp cumin 
  • ½ tsp chilli powder 
  • 1 tsp garlic powder 
  • 1 tsp mixed herbs 
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • 200g couscous 
  • 200ml boiling water 
  1. In a bowl, add your couscous, lemon juice, and water. Cover with cling film and leave for 10 minutes until the water is absorbed. 
  2. Season your chicken with spices and pan fry for 4-5 minutes to each side. Serve!

How to heal the gut.

If you are struggling with bloating, gas, IBS, constipation  please reach out.  I am a multiple award-winning, Gut Nutritionist in Gloucester, Stroud and Gloucestershire.

Start feeling your best today. Glow from the inside out.

I’ll teach you how to become a healthy person in a completely different way. These tools, tactics, and resources are designed to help you reduce stress, achieve your goals, live a healthier life, and learn how to balance everything that fills up your crazy schedule.

Don’t spend another ounce of energy thinking about when or what to eat.

This program guarantees results AND takes the headache out of “What should I eat today?”

It’s time to get your energy, your gut, your body, and your life back.

So take the first step. Book your first appointment with Trish Tucker May. As an award winning nutritionist in Gloucester, Stroud and the Cotswolds, you will be in safe hands.

Feel outstanding no matter how busy your life is, because you deserve to feel incredible with every breath.

I promise you this:

You will not starve. You will not be deprived. You will thrive.

No more diets. No more confusion. No more miracle cures.

No more wondering which foods are right for you. Lets do this together. Bespoke hormone and gut tests are now available with Gloucester based nutritionist.

Just a simple, 8-week program delivered straight to you.

Get in touch and book a call now using the link below:
https://p.bttr.to/2MZVUKN

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I look forward to supporting you.

 

 

How to fight fat over forty?

Are you bothered by extra weight around the middle, poor sleep, bloating, irritability, overwhelm and stress? Get your free guide now and beat the bloat.

Ladies if you are over the age of 40 it may well be your hormones causing your digestive distress, bloating and weight gain.

As a Nutrition Gut Specialist based in Gloucester, Stroud and Gloucestershire I can help you get to the root cause of your symptoms.

Are you struggling with BLOATING, STRESS. BRAIN FOG?
• Are you overwhelmed because you are not sleeping well?
• Have you become ACCIDENTALLY OVERWEIGHT?
• Are you sick of BEING TIRED ALL THE TIME?
• Do you wish you had more energy and stamina to do the things you love?
• Does your body feel ALIEN to you?

To get started download the free eBook to beat the belly bloat and balance hormones. https://passion4juice.groovepages.com

All of these symptoms are your body’s way of telling you it’s time for a change.

So let’s do this. Together.

Here’s a peek at what’s inside my programs

Mouth-watering Recipe Guides packed with food and drink recipes to keep you nourished, satisfied and toxin-free! They are suitable for all the family too.

Weeks of suggested meal plans to make gut rebuilding easy as 1-2-3. for the entire 2-month period—yes, you heard that right—no need to plan for 8 weeks (go ahead and take a deep breath)! I made life easy for you.

Shopping lists to make your trips to the supermarket 110% hassle-free!

Weekly support from yours truly—I’m here to make sure you succeed!

 

Handouts with simple reminders for your gut health journey

 

A Food Diary and online app to easily track how your meals make you feel and unleash your maximum potential!

 

A juicing guide to get you started and juicing delicious recipes your whole family will love

 

I know you’re probably thinking:

There is no way that all of my symptoms can be chalked up to poor gut health…

Short answer: Maybe not.

Long answer: But it’s a really good start, especially when you consider these truths:

  • 70 million people suffer from digestive issues.
  • An estimated 15 million people in the UK and Australia have food allergies…whether they realize it or not (and most don’t).
  • Your gut health makes up 70% of your immune system; therefore, if your immune system is chronically compromised, it’s likely due to poor gut health.
  • You gut is referred to as your body’s second brain—if that’s not enough to convince you of its importance, I don’t know what is.
  • Poor gut health causes auto-immune diseases, hormonal imbalance, mental illness, diabetes, weight gain, skin issues and countless other problematic conditions.
  • Once you rebuild the health of your gut, you’ll look and feel like a brand new person.

 

That’s what makes this program so different.

 

This 8-week adventure teaches you how to eat foods that are healthy and delicious but that also SERVE your body… and you’ll never have to count a single calorie.

 

Instead, you’ll learn how to effortlessly meet your health goals over an 8-week period.

 

The outcome? A new, healthier, happier you. I am a nutritionist based in Gloucester and Stroud. Courses are online and face to face.

 

 

You’re about to embark on a life-changing experience, because you’re about to ditch the “miracle cure mentality” forever.

 

In 8 weeks, you’ll discover:

  • YOUR unique health blueprint
  • How to make delicious, family friendly meals for breakfast, lunches, dinners and snacks

 

The exact daily protocol you should be following so that you’ll recharge your cells and beautify your body.

 

Real life self-care strategies for putting yourself FIRST that will rid your body of toxins and nourish body, mind and soul.

 

Everything you ever wanted to know about bacteria, including how to fill your gut up with the good guys and stop the bad guys.

 

All about the elimination diet and how to uncover which food allergies are plaguing your body.

 

How to give your kitchen a necessary face lift so you’re not tempted to revert back to your old lifestyle and can stay on track towards your goals.

 

The exact steps, week by week, that will help you achieve long-lasting results

 

Tactics for crowding out the bad stuff, so you can bring in yummy foods to replace them – no deprivation here!

 

Easy ways to order healthy everywhere, including your favourite restaurant.

 

How to combine food groups for maximum nutrient assimilation and minimal digestive upset

And so much more.

 

I’ll teach you how to become a healthy person in a completely different way. These tools, tactics, and resources are designed to help you reduce stress, achieve your goals, live a healthier life, and learn how to balance everything that fills up your crazy schedule.

 

Don’t spend another ounce of energy thinking about when or what to eat.

 

This program guarantees results AND takes the headache out of “What should I eat today?”

It’s time to get your energy, your gut, your body, and your life back.

 

So take the first step. Book your first appointment with award winning nutritionist in Gloucester, Stroud and the Cotswolds.

 

Start feeling your best today. Glow from the inside out.

Feel outstanding no matter how busy your life is, because you deserve to feel incredible with every breath.

 

I promise you this:

You will not starve.

You will not be deprived.

You will thrive.

 

No more diets. No more confusion. No more miracle cures.

 

No more wondering which foods are right for you. Lets do this together. Bespoke hormone and gut tests are now available with Gloucester based nutritionist.

 

Just a simple, 8-week program delivered straight to you. Get in touch and book a call now.https://p.bttr.to/2MZVUKN

Why Travelling Is Good For The Gut (And How You Can Do More Of It)

While the COVID-19 pandemic meant that travel plans were put on indefinite hold, it’s clear that there is light at the end of the tunnel, and we will soon be able to travel freely again. As a result, it’s important that you understand that while a lot of fun – travelling is also a gift for the gut and the soul. In fact, there are many hidden benefits to travelling. For example: 

 

  • Travelling offers you the chance to change up your daily routine, which can reduce burnout and provide you with new inspiration.
  • Travelling introduces you to new cultures, thoughts and perceptions, which allow you to learn more about yourself and the world around you. By expanding your mindset, you can begin to bring around lasting change in your life for years to come.  
  • Travelling can reduce stress and anxiety, meaning that heading out on an adventure can also be good for your health
  • Travel and relaxation is very beneficial for the gut and can improve the immune system and help with weight loss.
  • Travelling can expose you to different foods. Diversity can be very beneficial for the gut microbiome.

 

However, travelling can also be rather expensive, meaning that we spend a lot more time at home than we would like. With that in mind, here are some top (purse-friendly) tips that you can use to make travelling a more regular occurrence moving forward! 

 

  • Avoid costly hotel and flight fees by converting a van into a camper van. This means that you can head out on a road trip whenever you feel like it – the only thing you need is your keys. To get started, visit your Nearest Vauxhall Garage in search of the perfect van to convert!   I love our converted horse box. It is a spacious 2 bedroom apartment on wheels. It means we sleep in our own bed and have freedom to stop where we like. 

 

  • Work travelling into your budget – whether that means you plan to do at least one-day trip each month or put a set amount of money into a ‘travel bank account’ each month to use for future travels. For example, if you set aside an extra £10 a week for travel, you’ll have £520 to spend by the end of the year. 

 

  • When travelling, keep an eye out for free activities to participate in. This means that you can avoid overpriced fees at the attractions that are typically geared towards tourists, making the entire process a little kinder on your bank account. It also means that you can get a more authentic feel for a town or city, as you are experiencing it the same way the locals do.

 

  • Scour the internet for the best deals before you commit to a holiday. While it may be tempting to book your entire holiday through one site (i.e. pay for an all-inclusive package), you can sometimes save hundreds of pounds of the cost of the holiday by booking each element (hotels, flights, transport) separately. To get the most out of your money, use price comparison websites and speak to various holiday providers. For example, you can compare the cost of flights on sites such as Sky Scanner.

 

  • While dining out in restaurants is a great benefit of travelling (especially when you get to try out new and nutritious foods), try to look out for accommodation with kitchen or cooking facilities. This is also useful if you are trying to stick to a healthy diet.

How to reduce sugar and feel fantastic

Sugar is nothing but empty calories, the calories that only make you gain weight and do not provide you with any benefits because they do not contain any nutrients. Cutting out sugar can be very hard, especially when you have a sweet tooth.

Here are my top tips to help you stop eating sugar.

  1. Start slow and take baby steps:

If you try to cut out all sugar from your diet at once, you will fail, because those cravings will come back with a vengeance. It will feel more like a punishment than an accomplishment. Instead of completely cutting out all sugar from your diet at one time, start controlling the amount of sugar you DO consume. For instance, if you take three teaspoons of sugar in your tea or coffee, try cutting back to two for one week, then down to one. For that sweet tooth, start by just cutting out chocolate and sweets before you abandon everything like baked desserts, or just save it for special occasions.

  1. Use sugar alternatives:

Instead of using sugar when you do want it, replace it with honey, agave nectar, or sugar alternatives like stevia.

  1. Challenge yourself:

Some people like to challenge themselves and love the feeling of accomplishment when they fulfil that challenge. If that, is you, try to challenge yourself to not to eat sugar for a week (or for a day, if you have a serious addiction) Gradually extend your time and celebrate each milestone.

  1. Try sugar-free gum:

When sweet cravings strike, grab a piece of sugar-free gum. This will keep you occupied and satisfy the need to chew on something. I am not a big fan of gum, but it can work well for some people.

  1. Choose fruits over desserts:

Fruits are a sweet and a healthy alternative to desserts. If you feel like having cake or a favourite dessert, then grab some blueberries or another sweet fruit. The natural sugars in the fruit will help curb those cravings.

  1. Know the benefits of quitting sugar:

There are so many benefits of cutting sugar that if you educate yourself on them or experience the negative side effects first-hand, you will cringe at just the thought of consuming sugar. When you cut out sugar, your cardiac health improves, your skin begins to glow, and your acne starts clearing up. Furthermore, cutting out sugar will boost your mood and you will stop feeling cranky, moody or tired all the time. Your memory will improve, and you may be able to lose the extra weight you always wanted to shed. You will balance your hormones and reduce the cortisol if you can manage your blood sugar levels.

  1. Add fennel seeds to your diet:

If you just can’t shake off your sugar addiction, try adding fennel seeds to your diet. You can either add them while cooking or you can chew them raw. Fennel seeds do not contain any sugar or empty calories, but they have a naturally sweet taste.

  1. Don’t start your day sweet:

According to a study by Brown, if you start your day by eating something sweet then you will crave sugar all day long. So, instead of having something sweet, have a savoury breakfast. Don’t even use the sugar alternatives in your breakfast.  Make sure you have plenty of fat and protein at each meal to help you combat cravings and feel fuller for longer.

  1. Use essential oils to help reduce cravings. My favourite are grapefruit or fennel, one drop under the tongue or one drop in water will help your metabolism and reduce cravings. I only recommend the best oils from DoTERRA. If you would like to order, get in touch.

Sugar is an addiction, and it takes time, consistency, and determination to abandon it completely. Start small and take little steps toward removing it from your diet.

If you would like to learn more about my 8-week TIME TO NOURISH gut healing hormone balancing program, click here www.trishtuckermay.com

The program is designed to get you moving from sluggish, tired, bloated and accidentally overweight to feeling fantastic and full of energy.

If you would like me to help you get to the root cause of your problems let’s have a chat about the state-of-the-art testing, I provide so I can work out exactly what your body needs in terms of diet, lifestyle and supplements to rebalance itself.

Yours in health and wellness,

Trish Tucker May

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