Your body runs on sugar. If you are short on sugar it will turn
fat into sugar. If you are short on both, it will turn your muscles
into sugar. However eating more sugar doesn't cure the craving.
You have to find out why you are so short, in spite of eating it.
The first thing to try is 1 mg chromium (five 200 mcg tablets,
see Sources) per day. If you still crave sugar after a week the
problem is something else. Perhaps you have pancreatic flukes
upsetting your sugar regulation. Kill them and go off commercial
beverages that may contain wood alcohol. Sugar regulation is
very complex, but these two approaches help most of the time.