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  1. Cravings, emotional eating, and food addictions. Take the Quiz.

    More than likely, you’re familiar with emotional eating – most of us are. You get this strong craving for comfort foods, especially sweets. And those cravings don’t relent until you give in and indulg…

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  2. What You Need to Know About Artificial Sweeteners

    Artificial sweeteners add the sweet taste we learned to love without the calories and blood sugar spike. But there are some really big downsides. Past and recent studies show that artificial sweetener…

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  3. How Much Fat Can You Have in Your Diet Without Gaining Weight?

    Since the 1980s a low-fat diet has been touted as a solution to heart disease and weight gain. Unfortunately, this advice was flawed and problematic. Our bodies need healthy fats to (1) absorb fat-sol…

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