Have you ever had food cravings before?
It could be chocolate, pizza, or even a strong desire to eat burnt food. It may seem strange, but these cravings can be frequent and are one of the ways your body uses to tell you something.
First we have to learn how to distinguish hunger from a simple desire to eat: hunger is something usually signaled by our stomach.
The desire to eat something specific, on the other hand, is a way for our body to say that it needs more of a certain nutrient, or that it's stressed.
Studies have also found that people who have difficulties expressing and coping with their emotions are more likely to develop eating compulsions.
In today's video we will show you the most probable reason for many of or common cravings:
Sugar cravings or craving for sweets
Craving potato chips and other foods rich in fats
Craving salty foods
In moments when you have a strong craving, but it’s not really for any specific food, the best thing to do is drink a glass of water. We oftentimes confuse hunger with thirst, so hydrating yourself may be the solution to your unexplained craving.
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