Cravings

A new device — the so-called “digital lollipop” — promises to change how we taste and enjoy food. Is it legit?

A new study suggests our snack attacks and BMIs may be linked to our brain activity and self-control.

Put down that third dinner roll. While we may think we’re hungry, it could be a fake hunger sign throwing off our true appetite.

Just seeing food can send us into crave-mode. To reduce unhealthy snacking, keep the healthy stuff visible and the junk food hidden.

Eyes bigger than the stomach?

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Lack of shut-eye may make fatty foods harder to resist. Get the latest details here.

Eyes bigger than the stomach?

Just seeing food can send us into crave-mode. To reduce unhealthy snacking, keep the healthy stuff visible and the junk food hidden.

Put down that third dinner roll. While we may think we’re hungry, it could be a fake hunger sign throwing off our true appetite.

A new study suggests our snack attacks and BMIs may be linked to our brain activity and self-control.

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