What do your cravings say about your state of mind? See which foods represent anger, depression, anxiety, sexual frustration and jealousy
Science types have found a strong connection between specific mood states and cravings for certain foods.
D’uh of the year award, maybe, but the findings – including a link between stressed adrenal glands and salt cravings – aren’t so futile if you use them to identify what’s going on in your head and deal with it, well, head on.
>> You want chips, pretzels or a crunchy Anzac bikkie
MOOD CHECK: Anger
>> You want a cinnamon doughnut
MOOD CHECK: Depression
>> You want a choc-mint Cornetto or custard
MOOD CHECK: Anxiety
>> You want pasta or rice
MOOD CHECK: Loneliness or sexual frustration
>> You want everything you can think of
MOOD CHECK: Jealousy