At first I want to apologize for my bad english. Hope, you can understand, what I mean.
I am not 100% 80/10/10 now, but I am on the right way and very motivated.
But sometimes I have to struggle with some cravings, especially in the evenings.
I had bread, some cooked things and some sweets! :-(
The day after I am very motivated again, willing to do my best and eat enough calories from fruits during the day, so I start with fruits for breakfast, feeling good and then after some minutes my stomach gets really bad.
Of course, I know it`s from the food the evening before, which is not completly digested and the fruit can not go through.
But what should I do if there are again such cravings? ( I know prevention would be the best )
Would it be better just to drink water until lunch, hoping that the "bad food" is digestet then?
I hope that I will never have such cravings but the really challenge for me is the day after.
It`s my fault and the body just avenges himself.
I know how you feel as I'm only just getting to grips with my cravings. It can take some time so focus more on doing better each time and don't beat yourself up too much for giving in. It's all well and good knowing that something's bad for you but you have to retrain your subconscious self which can take time and repetition.
Your body will still be in its elimination cycle until about 11am after which it will naturally start looking for food. So you might find it easier going if you delay eating until then and just have water during the morning.
With respect to Alison's post, Natural Hygiene teaches us that the only thing that aids digestion is eating the correct foods, only when you're hungry and only when you're relaxed and calm. Drinking anything just before, during or after the meal will dilute the digestive juices or interfere with the digestive process which just adds to your problems. However, this is just view and it's up to you which advice you follow.
About just drinking water until lunch, I don't think it would be a good idea. The cravings could get worse by lunch, specially if you don't eat breakfast. What I try to do as much as I can, is to wait at least two hours after eating before going to sleep. That way food will be digested by the next day. Getting enough sleep is very important too.
Make sure you start your day with fruit so that you start fresh, and keep/take fruit around/with you for eating throughout the day, specially when going out to not be tempted to buy food you don't really need.
It's true that it takes time, so be patient and you'll start learning from personal experiences. You can also check out videos by Freelee, Durianrider, Megan Elizabeth, Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram, Arnold's Way and many others who share their personal experiences, tips and delicious simple recipes.
Have a wonderful journey Anika!