Cravings, Signs of Your Diseases (I)
No matter how strange it may seem, cravings may be a consequence of certain diseases, according to Chinese medicine. This idea is confirmed by classic medicine as well.
The cravings for butter, margarine, cream, or whip cream may be due to the lack of fatty acids or anemia, renal insufficiency, tuberculosis, thyroid affections, or renal affections.
Those who crave for
nuts, peanuts, pumpkin seeds, almonds, or pistachios may suffer from
certain affections generated by the lack of fatty acids. Cardiovascular
diseases, high levels of cholesterol, the increased activity of the
thyroid, or renal insufficiency may be causes of unsaturated fats
Sweet cravings may show up as a result of the
lack of carbohydrates due to intense physical exercise, diarrhea, or
fever. Pancreas tumors, thyroid insufficiency, or vitamin A and D
treatment may have the same effect.
Alcohol, coffee, or drug consumption may also
lead to the same cravings because fresh fruits and vegetables fight
against the free radicals excessively produced due to the toxins in
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