Posts tagged with cravings

How to Stop a Binge in Its Tracks

Posted on February 2, 2015 by Leave a comment

Hand in cookie jarYou walk in the door ravenous after a long day, and it seems like the pantry is calling your name. And if you have copious amounts of pretzels or potato chips stashed in the pantry, you know you’re in trouble. Before you know it, you’re in the middle of a binge, unable to stop yourself from eating.


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The Secret to Controlling Cravings

Posted on November 17, 2014 by 2 Comments

The holiday season is looming, and Americans gain 1 to 10 pounds, on average, between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day. Between office parties and family gatherings, it may be impossible to avoid sugary, carb-heavy foods completely. But you can stay in control of your cravings and avoid going eating overboard.


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The Case for a Low-Carb Diet

Posted on October 20, 2014 by 1 Comment

CarbsCarbs get a bad rap one day, and then they are good for you the next day. It’s no wonder why getting to the bottom of the scoop on carbohydrates is easier said than done. We’re getting mixed messages???from the media, advertisers, and even doctors.


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Train Your Brain to Enjoy Healthier Foods

Posted on September 8, 2014 by 2 Comments

Woman Eating Salad in KitchenAfter a long day at work, you walk in the door hungry and tired. What’s more appealing: a fresh piece of fruit or potato chips? When you’re run down and exhausted, the latter may be your instinct, but a new study shows you can train your brain to prefer healthier options.


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Why You Crave Late-Night Snacks

Posted on February 24, 2014 by Leave a comment

The clock strikes midnight, and your feet, on autopilot, walk to the fridge. We’ve all done it, but regularly poking your nose in the fridge late at night could be weighing you down.


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How to Stay Fit and Healthy During the Holidays

Posted on December 16, 2013 by 1 Comment

healthy holidaysThe holiday season is summed up with friends, family, parties, peppermint, and food, lots of food. The latter isn’t the best for your medical weight loss plan, but you can get through the holiday season unscathed and ready to tackle the new year on weight loss track.


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