Crave-Free is a unique supplement designed for those wanting to reach a healthy weight without compromising their health through the use of risky over-the-counter diet supplements. It is designed to support you in reaching a healthy balance in your eating and weight.
“I LOVE your new Crave-Free formula / supplement! For a long time I’ve struggled with getting my weight under control but these packets have helped make it so easy. I have excellent energy levels all day long and I don’t feel drawn to the sweets and bad carbs anymore. I don’t miss my mid-afternoon “sweet break” at all. Watching the 15 lbs. come off has been incredibly rewarding. Thank you, Dr. Ross!”
- NC, San Diego
The Binge Eating and Compulsive Overeating Workbook is an excellent companion to this supplement as it will enable you to walk through the unique process that Dr. Ross uses with her patients to address emotional causes of eating, learn how stress affects your weight, acquire healthy skills to face depression, anxiety, and body image issues. The book, and the supplement, are designed to foster your own personal journey towards healing of body, mind and spirit.
Crave-Free is meant to put an end to dieting. Dieting is a much bigger health risk than is being overweight. Frequent dieting can lead to high blood pressure and can deprive your body of important nutrients that it needs. Staying on a diet is not sustainable anyway. Over 80% of those who begin a diet will eventually drop out and often gain more weight than they lose.
Many people try extreme caloric restriction to lose weight, but that means they don’t get the amount of protein and calories to build the muscle tissue they need to burn calories. Low protein diets which are deficient in amino acids (the building blocks of protein) also affect the brains ability to make neurotransmitters such as endorphins, dopamine, serotonin and epinephrine which affect mood, sensitivity to pain, and overall well-being. So, dieting can become a vicious cycle that can lead to rebound overeating and binging, adrenal burnout, constant hunger, and food cravings.