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3 Things You Can Do to Help Banish Your Cravings for Salty, Fatty, Sweet Food by Tera W. Patient Expert Posted Wed 08 Sep 2010 9:17am by Eliza Ceci Cravings are so fun to me, you want to know why? Well, I’ll tell you. They are like the key to a forgotten treasure! They are these complex and fabulous secrets our bodies are whispering to us when we become irritated, busy or off-center. Many of us at one point in our lives or another have experienced late night binges o ... Read on »
How to Fight Food Cravings by okumanutritionals Posted Tue 28 May 2013 5:50pm It’s 3:00 in the afternoon and things are going along as usual, when suddenly it hits you…YOU MUST HAVE CHIPS NOW! You are under attack from the dreaded food craving. Whether it lurks under you desk at work or behind the couch in your living room…it is there and will sneak up on you when you least expect it. So, how can ... Read on »
Beating Food Cravings by Richard M. Patient Expert Posted Sun 09 May 2010 5:49pm Ever feel like you’ll die if you don’t get that particular thing to eat? Yes? Well, you’ve had a food craving. Craving food is normally associated with pregnant women, but most people have them and they mean a few different things. Why We Crave Sugar cravings Lots of p ... Read on »
Crave Salt? End Your Salt Cravings In A Shake by Alexandra Jamieson Posted Wed 25 Jul 2012 9:12am I miss my kid. I’ve had a couple of quieter weeks here in Brooklyn, as my son has been away with his dad for their summer adventures together.   I feel quiet pangs of missing him, but I’ve been using all this free time to sleep in, spend time with friends, go to movies, and catch up on TV shows that other people have bee ... Read on »
The 3 Root Causes of Cravings & How To Transform Them by Alexandra Jamieson Posted Mon 07 Jul 2014 2:30am I’m no saint, and I ain’t perfect. I crave foods that aren’t necessarily “good” for me. And sometimes those cravings are extremely, how shall I say, inconvenient. I’ve been angry with my body for wanting the cookie and milk (and cheese and meat and wine…), especially when I’m trying to reduce or eliminate sugar or dairy for a while. But ... Read on »
Friday Food Fix: Third Edition by Lngriffiths Facebook Posted Thu 01 Sep 2011 5:00pm Happy Friday!  Are you ready for a long weekend?  I certainly am even though this weekend is going to be cra.zy!  The first soccer tournament of the season is being hosted at Wheaton College so I will be there to root on the hubs and the Thunder tonight and tomorrow. Sunday we are off to celebrate my niece’s birthday.  I can’t belie ... Read on »
Your cravings by Haleigh Posted Wed 02 Dec 2009 12:00am I came across an interesting article today about food cravings and what they can say about you as a person. Now, I know that we have all been there. My most embarrassing craving hit when I was living in Sweden. My husband and I were at a party drinking a little wine (okay maybe more than a little) and I had such an intense craving fo ... Read on »
Be the Best You Can Be: Cravings by Elaine E. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 3:43pm Cravings: What are they and what do they mean? “All I really need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt”. Lucy Van Pelt from Peanuts Magazine by Charles Schultz. Many of us view cravings as weaknesses. We should be able to assert our will over the “demons” in our lives that can take such a hold ... Read on »
Confession Of SuperBowl Sized Food by Lisa T. Posted Tue 07 Feb 2012 12:18pm Some occasions just provide us with an excuse for indulgence, don't they?  The Superbowl has become so much more than a football game that even those of us who couldn't care less about the game have something to do on Superbowl Sunday.  First of all, there's the food and parties, second the commercials.  My Superbowl tale of woe starts ... Read on »
Can you influence what you crave? by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:02pm by Brett Blumenthal Growing up, there was a clear distinction between my parents and what they craved.  Dad was the obvious chocolate and sweet lover.  Any reason to go to Friendly’s for ice cream sundaes was a happy occasion for him.  On the other hand, Mom had huge hankerings for potato chips and when the craving was really strong; she wo ... Read on »