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How to Take Control of Your Cravings

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You swore you'd have just a few fries and you'd give up those giant breakfast bagels. You also promised that you'd deal with PMS in a way that didn't involve candy bars. So why do your cravings still get the best of you? Forget willpower. The solutions are all in your head.

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