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How Exercise Can Help Stop Your Food Cravings

One more time, a new study supports the idea that you need short bursts of exercise to curb food cravings. As reported by Time magazine, a 15-minute trip on the treadmill might just do the trick when you’re craving a junk food-laden snack.

Exercise in the form of energy bursts is an idea I’ve promoted for quite some time. In fact, two winning ways for addressing your cravings are high intensity interval training (HIIT) and intermittent fasting. HIIT workouts not only burn more calories, but have sound scientific support behind them.

And, while high intensity interval training is the best exercise to shed fat, intermittent fasting is by far the most effective way to lose weight overall. Coupled with HIIT, this is the most effective strategy I know of when it comes to shedding unwanted pounds and reworking your fat-to-muscle ratio.

One temporary fasting exercise I recommend for most people who are overweight is to simply restrict your daily eating to a specific window of time — ideally a window of eight hours or less.

This is one of the most aggressive intermittent fasting regimens, so you'll likely notice results far sooner than with some other eating schedules. Best of all, despite being aggressive, it's still easy to comply with once your body shifts over from burning sugar to burning fat as its primary fuel.

Besides exercise, you can address emotional eating through the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), which can be done anywhere, anytime.
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