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The foods you crave are likely to be high in sugar, fats and carbohydrates — such as pizza, chocolate, cake, chips and ice cream. Cravings may even lead to binge eating, but you can learn how to manage them and stay on course with these tips.


A ravenous appetite often develops because of a lack of serotonin. Sunshine brightens up your mood and minimizes the risk of binge eating.


 Hot unsweetened tea can be very soothing for your stomach and can ease the craving sensations.


It helps you cope with stress, which is often the cause of these seemingly insatiable attacks.

Cool off your palate 

An ice-cold sensation in your mouth works wonders against cravings. Feel some cravings coming on? Just suck on an ice cube.


Instead of chocolate or other sweet stuff, eat a handful of dried fruits. This way your body receives not only the sweetness you’re seeking, but also vitamins and minerals.

Coffee break

Coffee or green tea can reduce your appetite and boost your metabolism.