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The Surprising Reason You Have Food Cravings

January 22, 2016

Some people will tell you that food cravings are caused by underlying nutritional deficiencies. For example, you may have heard that if you’re low on magnesium you’ll crave chocolate because chocolate contains magnesium.

Well, if this theory were true, why would you crave chocolate over foods with a much higher magnesium content… like nuts, seeds and beans?

The fact is, science has largely debunked the idea that cravings are linked to low levels of specific nutrients.

But if that’s not the problem, how come you sometimes crave foods you know you shouldn’t eat?

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