Kill cravings with cucumbers sprinkled with salt.


1.Skip a meal or two.

Science says intermittent fasting, as in eating 500 calories one or two days a week or going 12 to 18 hours in a day without food, can help you lose weight and decrease your risk for disease. Heck, skipping meals can even amp up the production of growth hormone and satiating hormones to protect your hard-earned muscles and keep your stomach from grumbling. For best results, work your way up, gradually increasing the hours you fast from 12 to 14 (up to 18).


2. Let them eat salt!

That sweaty workout can have you craving chips, wings and fries, oh my! When sweat happens, so does sodium loss

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