Taming the junk food cravings hormones
From our wellness partner, Cleveland Clinic
Ever sneak a late-night snack after a big dinner, or binge late into the night? Eating a huge meal, then going to sleep, is the sumo wrestler diet. Your body can’t process or burn those extra calories. So it stores them as fat, leading to weight gain and prediabetes. In functional medicine, we look at root causes, like how powerful hormones can trigger your night-time food cravings. Learn how to stop them.
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