Dietitian gives tips on avoiding cravings

08/27/2013 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Studies show that many people have food cravings that can be triggered by dieting, lack of sleep, hunger, stress or boredom, registered dietitian Joan Salge Blake writes. Avoid cravings by staying active, enjoying a small daily treat, getting plenty of rest and eating enough at meals to avoid hunger pangs later, Blake writes.

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