But British researchers have discovered that a 15-minute walk is a great way to overcome food cravings, especially for that most tempting and addictive of treats, namely chocolate.
Neuro-scientists believe there are common processes in the reward centers of the brain between drug and food addictions. Exercise affects brain chemicals that help to regulate both mood and the desire for unhealthy food – an important discovery because 97% of all women experience food cravings at some time or other.
Accumulating 30 minutes of daily physical activity with, say, two separate 15-minute brisk walks not only boosts general health and reduces cravings but greatly helps weight loss, too.
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