I don't know anything about bs setpoint but I also used to have very strong cravings for sugar. I read this book called Potatoes not Prozac by Kathleen DesMaisons that I found to be incredibly helpful. In a nutshell, she's done reasearch showing that some people have a certain brain chemistry that creates powerful sugar cravings. I followed the plan outlined in her book that was very helpful to me in reducing my cravings.
I should stress that minimizing the cravings is a gradual process, but once you've accomplished it you have to be especially vigilant to make sure you don't relapse by allowing yourself a "small" taste of something that snowballs into strong cravings.
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