Let's practice self-control while in quarantine!
Scientists finally established the link between our brains' nueral pathways and our preference for food high in calories.
Studies have found that sleep deprivation can increase your appetite and the cravings for fat filled snacks as the effect of lack of sleep.
Known as a dieter's worst nightmare, food cravings are more than just your normal hunger. One minute you're just going about your day as usual - the next, you're under the control of desire.
Studies show that there are certain food groups that spike your appetite, making it harder for you to stick to your New Year's resolution of losing weight. So, ditch these unhealthy foods and say goodbye to those unwelcome cravings. Read on!
The Barkha Patel' s research study found out that people who had had higher body mass indexes (BMIs) had more realistic mental depictions of odors and foods than people with lower BMIs. And their research considered that the best predictor of BMI out of all the measures is the olfactory imagery of a person.