What Do Your Food Cravings Really Mean?

Food cravings video snippet
Written by Amanda Kostro Miller
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1 minute

There are many reasons why we get cravings -- dietary habits, dieting, stress, poor sleep, medications, nutrient deficiencies, and other factors all play a role. Cravings, especially for high sugar or high-fat foods, can be difficult to ward off. Instead of ignoring your cravings, Registered Dietician Amanda Kostro Miller discusses what your cravings really mean -- want what to eat instead so you can give your body the nutrition it’s asking for.

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Amanda Kostro Miller

Registered Dietitian

Amanda Kostro Miller is a Registered Dietitian (RD) and professional copywriter who has years of experience working with specialized populations.  

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