Overcoming Cravings For Sweets and Alcohol Just Thru Diet
How I overcame serious cravings for alcohol; through diet alone.
Date: 11/17/2013 5:42:01 AM ( 8 y ) ... viewed 3422 times
Alcohol is most suitable as a gas for running a combustion engine. Not recommended for the diet. It has been a tremendous problem for many people. One of the problems is the possibility of addiction. Fortunately this problem as well as cravings for alcohol can be greatly addressed through diet. I know this for a fact because I have personal experience all across the spectrum on this one!
Nourishing lacto-fermented drinks like kombucha (which can be easily made at home) have been documented to minimize alcoholism. I have been making my own kombucha for about a dozen years now and usually drink at least a pint throughout the day. I really enjoy it! Lately I've been using a white organic tea for the least amount of caffeine. I also have been using spring water and organic sugar. I make a great kombucha that others attest to as well!
I also have been making my own kefir for about as long. Most of the time I make it from raw goat milk. I drink about a quart of that throughout the day as well. Actually I have been mixing these two into my own special drink plus adding fresh raw goat milk whey.
Lacto-fermented vegetables are usually part of my diet as well As a result of my diet alone I have zero cravings for sweets and rarely any cravings for alcohol!
Others attest to this as well!:
"The Milk & Kefir Diet. ... 1) The bioavailability, perfect macro-nutrient proportions, and micro-nutrient profile all combine to make one understand what it feels like mentally to be truly well-fed qualitatively. 2) It crashes cravings for typically addictive substances like alcohol. I really think someone ought to use a whole raw milk & kefir diet in addiction intervention.":
Also: "Got A Sweet Addiction?":
July 2, 2016 -
"Get tickled. Not pickled.":
June 5, 2017 -
Just commented at Chris Masterjohn's article (once again) after reading Dr. Lawrence Wilson's suggestion to avoid drinking kombucha.
 Kombucha is acquired by fermentation process utilizing tea and sucrose. Despite common names, such as: Manchurian mushroom, tea fungus, tea beer, tea cider or Chinese mushroom, Kargasok tea (JARRELL et al. 2000, JAYABALAN et al. 2008, KURTZMAN et al. 2001) it is not fungus, but a symbiotic colony of multiple nonpathogenic bacteria and yeast":
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