cravings

Research: Frequency, not amount lowers cravings

The frequency of foods consumption can lower cravings.

We all crave certain foods and the craving of these foods can be near to impossible to avoid consumption.  A food craving is simply an intense desire for a specific food and they differ from person to person.  Food cravings are thought to be the result of social conditioning with the consumption of certain foods.  One person may crave salty foods and another may want something sweet.  This desire can seem uncontrollable and the hunger may not be satisfied until they get that particular food.  The question has always been how do we limit of control cravings?  

 

List: 25 Ways to Fight Cravings

Twenty-five simple ways to prevent or stop unhealthy food and sugar cravings.

The article is a continuation of List: 21 Ways to Fight Cravings.  Everybody has moments of weakness that sends them toward the exit ramp from the diet train.  Nothing will destroy your willpower or derail your diet faster than giving into your cravings.  It does not matter what you crave.  It might be creamy, sweet, salty, or sour foods. Unfortunately, these very flavors are often at the center of gustatory pleasure that undermines your efforts to lose weight.  After all, when is the last time you craving broccoli or cauliflower?  No, it is the more unhealthy choices.  If you can figure out how to prevent or reduce these cravings, dieting and weight loss will become much easier.   Below is a list of 25 tips to help you reduce your cravings.  

 


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