Eat Healthiest When You're Starving
And here's the key truth you can use to train your brain: Studies show that the foods you munch on when you're hungry are the ones you'll eventually start to crave. So if your appetite ramps up a few ho... Read more
Break a Sweat
"Aerobic exercise is one of the best ways to strengthen the area of the brain responsible for dietary self-control," says Peter Hall, Ph.D., a kinesiology professor at the University of Waterloo in Ontario. He found that peop... Read more
Playing an engaging, highly visual digital game (Candy Crush Saga or Flow Free, anyone?) for just three minutes slashes food and drink cravings, according to a study by Plymouth University in England. Why?
Because al... Read more
No one has ever smelled cookies baking in the oven and said, "Gross"; as humans we're hardwired to like caloric food. But you can outfox that genetic predisposition: Tufts University researchers found that if you stick to healthy nutrition hab... Read more