World First Study Confirms Tapping Can Curb Food Cravings

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A four-week study at Australia's Bond University demonstrated that tapping (EFT) can be successfully used to curb junk food cravings.

Subjects were placed in a Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) machine and shown pictures of food to see how their brain would “light” up. The then did Tapping on those foods for 4 weeks, and were then re-tested to see what had changed.

The subjects tapped their EFT points for up to 15 minutes every day after looking at pictures of the junk foods they craved. After 4 weeks of tapping, they lost their craving for the foods.

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