You know that feeling at 11am, 3pm, and 7pm, when all you want to do is eat your weight in sugary snacks? You reach into your desk drawer, head for the “snack cupboard”, or run to nearest shop…
You try with everything you have to eat better, but the sugar devil is always on your shoulder telling you to snack more. It’s a vicious circle because sugar is 8 times more addictive than cocaine… 8 TIMES!!!
One of the main reasons you want these snacks is that your blood sugar is low. Normally, you would eat more sugar or “top up” just to keep your brain happy and give yourself a shot of Dopamine, hence why sugar is so addictive. This is a bad idea, not only for your brain, but equally for your body, as you are simply adding empty calories...
So how does it work?
Crave is a GTF Chromium Yeast and Ceylon Cinnamon Supplement which ensures your blood sugar levels remain level throughout the day. When your blood sugar is imbalanced, you reach for junk food in order to give you a sugary boost. This in turn releases dopamine, making you feel happy for a few moments, but soon after your blood sugar drops and the cycle starts all over again. This is the reason that sugar is so addictive.
Crave™ works by contributing to normal blood glucose levels, meaning your blood sugar remains stable throughout the day. It is going to be your saviour!!!
What our ingredients do
There are various types of Chromium and Cinnamon. It is recommended that you use a high grade Chromium such as Chromium Yeast (found in Crave) as it is 10 times more absorbable than in its synthetic form, Chromium Picolinate. Chromium is an essential trace element that contributes to the maintenance of blood glucose levels and helps with the act of processing carbohydrates and fats. This mineral also helps regulate blood sugar by working with insulin to help transport glucose into cells.
The same goes for Cinnamon. We use only the finest Ceylon Cinnamon. It is the safest, most effective, and least used form of cinnamon. It can be used long term with zero negative effects on the body, unlike other forms. Ceylon cinnamon also contains antioxidant compounds called proanthocyanadins. These are similar to the antioxidant compounds found in green tea and grapes.