SMARTPHONE APP STOPS JUNK FOOD CRAVINGS

Supposedly, just playing their Food Trainer game for just a few minutes, four times a week, is helping people eat an average of 220 fewer calories per day.

Now, this game might not be terribly exciting. Instead, it’s a brain-training exercise that flashes images of healthy and unhealthy foods, and tracks cravings.

This all – supposedly – reprograms the brain’s reward system, helping people reject junk food and instead reach for healthier stuff. (Vice)

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