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September 2001 Issue

Are Food Cravings All in Your Head? EN Asks an Expert

Many people have a guilt-racked relationship with food cravings, those intense urges for specific foods that won’t go away until satisfied, forgotten or willfully controlled. Unfortunately, the desire to binge on carrot and celery sticks is rare, while the urge to splurge on chocolate bars, ice cream and other calorie-laden delights is legendary.

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