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1. Agave Nectar as a Sugar Substitute
Can’t stop eating the sweet stuff? It turns out there’s plenty of science to explain why. Sugar can affect your brain chemistry in the same way as cocaine and heroin. The next time that you’re craving something sweet, try using agave nectar as a natural sugar substitute. Derived from a cactus plant, agave nectar is low on the glycemic index, which means that it has only a small effect on your insulin levels and blood glucose. The honey-like consistency of agave is sweeter than table sugar, so you can use less.
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2. Konjac Root to Kill Food Cravings
Konjac root comes from the Asian konjac tree. Its main component is a soluble fiber called glucomannan. This fiber slows down how quickly the stomach empties after meals and helps you feel full longer. It also leads to a lower rise in blood sugar levels after eating and suppresses the liver from making cholesterol.
You can find konjac root in supplement form and also in Shiraktaki noodles. These thin, gelatinous noodles are made from konjac fibers. They are low in calories and flavorless, making them a great addition to a soup or broth.