food cravings

The chips are stacked against us when it comes to resisting our favorite foods. Find out why.
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Pay attention to your new habits and realize how walking past one bowl of candy strengthens you.
Cravings aren't something to be feared or to get rid of. I could make the argument that you should actually look forward to your food cravings since they are insider information from your body and subconscious mind about what's going on under the surface in your life.
The biggest challenge for me was avoiding unhealthy snacks (or any snacks) late at night, after a long day of work. I would put my kids to bed, and sit down at my laptop to continue to do work. Then the cravings would hit.
Our relationship with food and the emotions it can stir continues in our everyday life. For many it is a love/hate kinda thing. In fact some people are not able to relax around food. And for them good times where food is the main attraction can bring an uneasy feeling and even be very stressful.
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Once you master the following techniques, you'll notice that when you are actually physically hungry, your cravings will lean toward healthy foods more often than they will junk foods!
Instead, try some sweet potato or zucchini chips. The first thing you're likely doing is eliminating certain foods from your
You know the stereotype: a pregnant woman wakes up at 2am, violently shakes her husband awake, and demands a cheeseburger
The next time you find yourself in the middle of an insatiable craving, or are about to make a choice that is not in alignment with honoring your body, here are five possibilities to free yourself from the situation:
Scientists and doctors have long debated whether "food addiction" is real and whether it plays a role in obesity. A new brain imaging study offers intriguing evidence that suggests obese people are hard-wired to crave sugary and fatty foods.
A new study finds food addiction may be hard-wired into the brain.
I am going to offer several different ways to decode, outsmart and manage these food cravings so you are not afraid of them the next time they roll around!
The participants' brains responded to both sets of images with spikes of activity -- and unsurprisingly, there was a greater
Ever had food cravings? Felt like you'd fight someone for the first and last piece of pizza? Felt like if you didn't eat