Craving This? Eat This!
Got a terrible craving for potato chips? Can’t seem to get enough sour candy? Check out this chart and see what you may be missing. Time to turn in the Pepsi for some kale.
Intense cravings are created for various reasons including low seratonin levels to the need for that endorphin rush caused by fats or carbs. Often you can crush cravings when you ingest the minerals and nutrients that soothes these urges.
I found this wonderful infographic by FreeFormFitness.Ca to help figure what cravings mean. It’s definitely a useful tool to copy and save on your desktop for times of emergency… like when it’s just you and a half eaten box of Oreo cookies.
Check it out and let me know what you think! I crave a lot of coffee, but seem to eat all of those things often. Maybe it’s telling me to put to coffee down and pick up the cauliflower rather than eating it with my coffee.