Certain genetic markers can influence your preferences for sweet vs. salty, but you can’t blame them entirely for poor eating habits.
Those moments of weakness don’t have to get the best of us.
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.
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!
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.
Hey, at least you can say you tried.
Cutting down sugar in your diet may be one of the best actions you can take to improve your health and your weight. Here are four steps to help you cut down sugar in your diet. You'll want to follow the steps in order, except for step four which can be taken whenever you want.
This tamper-proof box could halt those midnight sugar cravings.
Recovery from cravings is mostly about what you start doing, and much less about what you stop doing.
Sugar cravings might be one of the most insidious downward spirals in health management. If you eat something high in refined sugar, your blood glucose level skyrockets... and then crashes.