Food Cravings

Your Health Minute

Going cold turkey is best for breaking food cravings.

In Your Health Minute,

It’s that time of the year, when many of us vow to eat less and exercise more.

Some new medical studies shed light on how we can do just that.

Researchers at Louisiana State University say food cravings account for more than 10 percent of weight gain.

But it is possible to reduce those cravings.

They found eliminating a food from the diet works best instead of eating smaller portion sizes.

Certain obesity medications and losing weight can also help.

But you should know exercise might increase the desire for junk food.



Categories: Dee Armstrong, Health