Most of us have cravings, usually for the most fattening of foods. But you don’t have to give in. New strategies claim you can outsmart your cravings in a hurry.
For years we’ve been taught that when it comes to losing weight, crash diets are bad and that slow, steady weight loss is the best approach.
If you’re looking for a way to slim down the answer could be as easy as re-arranging your food.
Eating right is widely regarded as an important part of staying physically fit, but it may also be just as important for your mental health, according to mounting research.
Can food fuel irritability, anxiety and even aggression? Experts say yes.