Friday, September 2, 2011

The Pressure Point That Supposedly Zaps Cravings

You know when it's late in the day--almost dinner--and you get a wicked craving for something not-so-healthy? Well, massage this pressure point, say some experts. It may help blast your craving. Hey, it's at least worth a try, right?

Health magazine's Rozalynn Frazier reports on the unusual acupressure point that's been known to reduce food cravings: "Place the tip of your index finger right in front of your ear, next to the fleshy bump above the earlobe, and massage for 30 to 60 seconds," she writes. "This is your boy's cravings point. ..."Most time, the relief is instant, and you won't feel the urge to snack for a couple of hours."

I hope this works next time I'm in the mood for cupcakes!

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