FRANCE: Women more likely to crave food
A study on food cravings has confirmed what many men have believed since time began - women crave food more often than men do. According to the study, women crave food twice as often as men. The research, conducted in France found that women seem to have their strongest cravings if they are depressed or anxious. Men, on the other hand, indulge their stomachs more often when they are happy. Other findings reveal that the desire for chocolate may indicate that you are tired and the urge for salty snacks or milk products may indicate your body wants a real meal.
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