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You surely know someone who has a strong craving for something sweet at least once a day, after lunch, in the afternoon, before sleeping, or even in the middle of the night, don’t you?
Liking sweets is something normal, but what we are talking about here is a craving that can’t wait, and that usually appears at the same hours or during the same situations.
In these cases, the craving for sweets can be a health issue, like insulin resistance or lack of certain vitamins and minerals. Did you know that?
Besides, the craving for sweets is usually directly related to low serotonin levels in the body.
Watch the video to learn the recipe of a smoothie that can help you naturally control your sweet tooth.
But, before the recipe, let’s see why this smoothie helps you:
Benefits of milk
Milk contains tryptophan, an amino acid that helps with serotonin production. It is also rich in B-complex vitamins.
Benefits of banana
Banana, just like milk, is rich in tryptophan, which aids in serotonin production.
Benefits of papaya
Papaya is a fruit rich in serotonin, a substance that gives the sensation of happiness.
Benefits of oats
Oats have tryptophan, an amino acid that, after metabolized, is converted into serotonin.
The best time to drink this smoothie is in the afternoon when most people feel the craving for something sweet.
Try it and share your experience with us.
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