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iVillage.com: Beat Your Worst Food Cravings

Your Worst Food Cravings

A McGill University study suggests as many as 87 percent of women struggle with annoying, even overwhelming food cravings. Good news: “Cravings aren’t a sign of weakness -- they’re triggered by deficiencies and chemical imbalances that we now know how to correct,” says nutrition researcher Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D., author of "Beat Sugar Addiction Now!" So, are cookies, chips or chocolate constantly calling your name? If you’re tired of battling your brain for control of your diet, get to the bottom of what your cravings really mean and watch them disappear

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