Struggling with alcohol cravings?
Here is 1 little trick that works a charm. It has been proven to very effectively stomp out cravings for alcohol in many people. It also has the same effect on sugar cravings. With the two being very close (alcohol is basically sugar), it’s hardly surprising.
The trick is supplementing with glutamine. This is a very easy supplement to take. All you do is mix 1-2 teaspoons into a small glass of water and drink it. It has a mildly pleasant taste, which is an added benefit.
The real benefit though, is the instant effect it has on the brain. It wipes out cravings. It has a lot to do with taste receptors and the chemical that get released to/from your brain.
What matters is the end result. Which is remarkably fast.
If you are trying to beat alcohol, or are struggling with cravings whilst trying to minimise/give up – i stronly encourage you to try glutamine.
Now as good as this is, it will not wipe out any bad behaviours you have such as going out, partying, or a bad diet (which all encourage alcohol consumption). Neither will it remove the stress out of your life.
But it is a start. And a start may be all you need.
You can pick up fantastic Glutamine at the link(s) below for a very reasonable price. Be sure to buy it in powder form, because the powder gets absorbed instantly. Whereas capsules/tablets are slowly absorbed, or not at all. Take 1-2 teaspoons mixed into a glass of water. Do it first thing in the morning, and as soon as you get any alcohol/sugar cravings. A good practice is 1-2 teaspoons in the morning and 1-2 teaspoons in the evening. After 2-3 months, you can gradually come off it, as it will have done its magic.
Consider that it might not work (it usually does). But it might just work. And if it works, you are one step closer…
One more thing i should mention is that glutamine is also very good your health in general. It soothes/repairs your stomach lining, which allows for better vitamin/mineral absorption.
Check out the links below for some more information about the benefits of Glutamine:
http://www.l-glutaminebenefits.com/l-glutamine-alcohol/ – Glutamine and Alcohol