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Random thoughts on cravings

Before I fasted, I had always heard that your body craves whatever it NEEDS. So when I craved a big fat burger with fries, or a bag of chocolate chip cookies (especially when hormonal), I thought, "Great! My body needs this... I must answer it's call."


While fasting, I read - on this forum, I do believe - that our bodies crave whatever we give it. So if we give it big fat burgers with fries, it will crave that; if we give it big fat salads, that's what we'll crave. Makes sense to me, especially since my fast, I NEVER crave big fat burgers anymore.

Then I read something that I believe was taken from the book regarding Blood Type Diet s that said our bodies crave what it's allergic to. Which seems odd to me .. why would our bodies crave something that's bad for it, but also makes sense considering that I have recently discovered I'm allergic to wheat, which would at least partially explain why I have such an addiction to bread and bread-like products (hello, choc chip cookies!).

Then there are discussions about cravings being all or in part simply psychological - i.e., emotional eating - and not necessarily physical. I've experienced and witnessed that as well.

I find it fascinating that several people have posted here that, while on the fast, they began craving salads and veggies. I know I did as well.

I don't know that I have a point here... just something I was thinking about and thought I'd throw it out for possible discussion / information / experience gathering.


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