Exaggerated appetite is usually caused by mismanagement of food consumption.
“Over-consumption of industrial products, rich in sugars and fats, makes the satiety-like hormone remain active permanently, inducing continued hunger. This is due to fluctuations in weight, the adoption of a chaotic mass program, and psychic stress”.
Food selection is made as well as food, taste, color, etc. To avoid overconsumption, use a varied diet and follow a regular meal schedule.
Sweet appetite is normal, but problems start when the sensation is more and more common and difficult to control. It is possible that this lust is a sign that the body does not have enough chromium or magnesium that affects insulin. “When insulin cannot carry blood glucose inside cells to be transformed into energy, cells are constantly starving, inducing sweet desire”.
Beware, however, that because of sweets you can get obese because the excess glucose is turned into fat.
Those who often want salty foods may suffer from high blood pressure or chronic dehydration. Salty appetite may also indicate a lack of calcium and potassium. The body loses salt when sweating excessively.
Caution: Excess salt speeds up the occurrence of osteoporosis, but also the occurrence of cardiac arrhythmias and hyper neuromuscular excitability (muscle cramps, nervousness).
A decrease in protein reserves causes appetite. The consumption of sausages, sausages and pasta does not decrease this lust because the body does not get high-quality protein.
Young people or those suffering from iron-deficiency anemia have an appetite for lack of iron and need high-quality protein. I recommend that you have a varied diet, especially fish, chicken, eggs.
Flavor of fruit
Fruit appetite may be the expression of deficiencies in enzymes, vitamins and minerals. Fruits of the forest, ripe and fresh, supply the body with active food enzymes, natural vitamins, antioxidants.
Unwanted desire to consume coffee may indicate a lack of sulfur and iron. The lack of iron betrays the low consumption of B-group proteins and vitamins.
Good sources of sulfur are meat, fish, eggs, dairy products, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, whole grains, fresh wheat germ, linden, chickpeas, onions, garlic. Iron is found in organs of animals, meat, eggs, mushrooms, parsley, pepper, black coco-chocolate, coffee. The morning coffee associated with a flour product (biscuits, croissant) leads to the rapid release of carbohydrates that forces the balance of blood sugar. Coffee also helps to release adrenaline.