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I will have to give it a try. Hmmmm.
Linda - North East Indiana, USA `Goal to build myself up to reach 1,000 fitness minutes per month.
Frugalists and Simple Living [co-leader]
Team Co-Leader for OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE LOWER BACK
"To lose a healthy one pound of fat per week, all it takes is a 500-calorie deficit per day."
Aroma therapy works too so sweet scents are nice.
I am actually glad to hear about this, as I usually avoid even thinking about rich foods or sweets, because I then want to eat them and probably would! Perhaps, because I eat a very balanced diet, I usually do not have cravings, I eat plenty of fats, carbs, and protein yet stay within my caloric intake. As Kurt stated, maybe the body needs something in particular, that it's not getting...
Interesting, but I'm surprised to hear that it's "new" because people have been doing it -- maybe it's just the official study that's new.
It definitely works if you're eating a healthy diet.
It doesn't work if you have a legitimate craving for something because your body needs something in particular.
Edited by: KURTORTOISE at: 12/21/2010 (16:08)
-- Kurt -- Frugalists & Simple Living Team (Co-Leader)
I've already had all the bad things thrown at me early in life, so now that those are out of the way, my future should be wonderful.
This trick definitely works for me. It's almost as good as being able to actually eat the treat sometimes.
"Stop trying not to think about that yummy treat because imagining eating it may actually reduce your desire to eat it! New research from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) contradicts the recognized wisdom that thinking about food will increase cravings. The study suggests that simply imagining the consumption of a food decreases one's appetite for it."