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How to Beat Food Cravings?
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Default How to Beat Food Cravings? – 07-04-2013, 12:32 PM

It is commonly said that maintaining a healthy weight is achieved through 80% diet and 20% exercise. We can be sure that what we eat has a great impact on our health and weight just as does the exercise we do.
Food cravings are powerful and they seem to impact women more than men. Some of our cravings are developed based on the culture we live in.
To make matters worse, our cravings generally strengthen with age. It is impossible to crave foods that we have never tasted so it only stands to reason that our cravings will increase as we expose ourselves to new, tasty foods throughout our lifetime.
You can beat Food cravings, they have been shown to intensify as we try to fight them off, so "giving in" is sometimes quite a useful approach. It’s just important to keep these moments in check – Satisfying food cravings once per month, and with a reasonably-sized treat, is beneficial.
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Default 07-11-2013, 03:43 AM

Good post, food for thoughts. I think eating adequate amount of nutrition can help i this regard. Never skip any food group from your diet. Avoid skipping of meals. you can surely control cravings.

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