Too many sweets can leave you wanting one thing: more sweets. Our food cravings, whether for salty, sweet or something else, when overindulged don’t result in satiety or satisfaction. Instead they affect our bodies in the same way as alcohol or drugs, causing us to want more and more, while we experience less pleasure each time we give in.
Knowing that food cravings are much like other addictions can be disheartening and you might despair that you will not be able to make changes.
The good news is that there are several effective strategies to delay eating craved food and weaken your habitual response to food.
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