Why sweets sound so delicious
If you're on a diet and suddenly crave a brownie, what's behind that impulse? "When you're stressed, your instinct may be to reach for a food that will bring you immediate pleasure and comfort," says Venus Nicolino, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist currently working with Green Giant's Giant Difference Campaign. If you're chomping on a handful of broccoli florets, that's not such a bad thing, but more often than not our emotional eating choices are salty, fat-filled, high-sugar foods. Once you come to understand the mental, not physical, impulses behind your choices, you'll be better equipped to battle them out next time you find yourself staring down a bag of chips.
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