Do you get food cravings

Do you get food cravings

We have all felt food cravings throughout our lives. Chocolate/Peanut butter is mine? So it is completely normal to have them. But do they control us/manipulate us on a daily basis? What are your most common food cravings? Some people have intense food cravings for sugar (probably the most common). However, salty foods, chocolate, junk food/carbs (pizza) are also common food cravings. Are you a carboholic? (not sure if that is even a word but you know what I mean) What I?ve realized is that eating a little of a tasty dessert or a little pasta or bread fails to

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Don?t Eat Poison

Don?t Eat Poison

And make sure your dog doesn?t either! My dog?Louie?found and ingested?rat poison?and I had to take him to the ER. In a case like this they make him?throw up?and then give him?activated charcoal?to absorb the rest of the poison. It was scary but Louie should be?fine? What?s the lesson from all of this? 1. Make sure you have rat poison traps that are locked correctly 2. Scan your whole backyard and double check everything (which I thought I did) 3. Even if poison tastes good don?t eat it I thought since we are on the poison theme and it?s the

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Are Counting Calories a Waste of Time

Are Counting Calories a Waste of Time

I have never looked at calories when reading labels. Why? Because they mean nothing to me. Your body doesn?t really care that much either. Every client I work with I never bring up calories. It?s too tedious to count them anyway? Some professionals believe that total daily caloric intake matters to weight gain. Does the body have some mechanism to count calories? Does the body have sensors to detect calories??No and No? Your body doesn?t give a hoot about calories. Consider two foods of equal caloric value. On the one hand, you have a sugar cookie, and on the other

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Is Breakfast Really That Important

Is Breakfast Really That Important

Is breakfast really that important? ?It?depends?who you talk to? Mainstream media and big cereal companies (e.g., Kellogg) have always stressed that breakfast is the most?important?meal of the day. I would beg to differ. Breakfast is the most?marketed?meal of the day. Why? Because any company that convinces you to eat their cereal, bagel, or Pop Tart owns your breakfast, as most people eat the same breakfast daily. Studies?show that due to our stringent breakfast routines, consumers have strong brand loyalty to certain cereals. How about those?Tony the Tiger?ads that got tens of thousands of children to eat Frosted Flakes every morning

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