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Do you sometimes feel you’re pulled by an invisible force – usually in the

direction of the fridge or treats cupboard? And you know that if you didn't

get the irresistible urge for something sweet then definitely would be able

to stick to your diet...


If you can’t seem to get through the day (or even start the day) without

coffee, chocolate, sugar, or processed ‘treat’ foods, every day can feel like

you are on a not very merry, merry-go-round that you can't get off! If you

want to break this feeling of groundhog day – and to combat your cravings

for good – you need to address the physical, emotional, habitual and

psychological aspects that lead to cravings. It might sound like it's going to

be difficult, but it really isn't as hard as you think it might be.


Onceunderstand roughly how food works in the body, you will be able to stop

the physical need for treats, and you can start looking at creating healthier

habits around treat foods and not feel guilty.

10 ways to combat cravings

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