I quit sugar about two weeks ago and I really thought the cravings would subside by now, but the haven't! Not at all. I never realized I was this addicted, but it seems like a million times a day I'm resisting my urge to eat sugar and I have a constant low level of headache. I think it might be from the stress of denying myself a treat. I'm determined to do this and I'm not totally sure of my rules right now. I'm not eating sugar substitutes of any kind, like splenda and stevia, but occasionally I've had some honey, even though I don't want to be eating that either. I'm really trying to avoid all added sugar in my diet. Part of my problem is that a lot of healthy sugar substitutes people recommend, like fruit, and kind of repulsive to me. I have incorporated more fruit into my diet since this started, but it does almost nothing to satisfy my sugar cravings and it almost seems to make it worse by being such a lame substitute for all the bad stuff I love. The only thing I do that works even a little bit is drink tea that is naturally sort of sweet, but not sweetened with anything. Does anyone have any advice about this? I'm just shocked it's taken this long and I'm still craving sugar constantly, and I'm also shocked to discover how addicted I am. I feel like it's not just psychological, but physiological too.