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Why Do We Crave What Is Bad For Us?

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The old cliché that if anything is tasty it has to be fattening has a lot to speak for. Take some list of favorite foods, and there is no chance that certain things would be terrible for us.

We naturally want food that, on average, is not the right choice for us – it's unhealthy, it's lack of nutrients and sometimes it doesn't even fill our stomachs very well – so we keep coming there, for whatever cause. Why are we looking for something that's terrible for us?

There is no denying that there is a certain appeal to food that is not especially good. This beauty is not necessarily about the way food tastes. It's a convenience thing sometimes – if you're at a soccer game,
Chances are that the snack choices don't contain a nutritious casserole, but they do contain burgers, hot dogs, and a number of other items that won't do any harm to the waistline. Often it can be as easy as the way a meal tastes – find someone who doesn't like the scent of fried onions, and maybe you've just discovered an alien presence.

As much as not, we only want unhealthful food because it's easy. We 're used to it, we don't need to sit down and enjoy it, or even match it with the right side dish. It's fast, and it tastes very good. All we need to do is get to the stage where we consider a safe way to be almost as hassle-free.
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