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Bowtrol Colon Control Review

by Emily Jacob (2019-02-15)

We've reached the point where we Bowtrol Colon Control spend more on chocolate and sweets than on tea, coffee and biscuits combined. If you took the advice of the advertising slogan "A Mars a Day Helps You Work Rest And Play", which was launched in 1959, you would have eaten nearly six tons of Mars bars by now. That's like eating the equivalent of one elephant, give or take a few kilograms. Do you crave chocolate more than sex It is time to time to book yourself into rehab for your obsession? Craving food, particularly chocolate, is a chronic compulsion, affecting a staggering 75 percent of women in the UK to some degree, with almost two thirds admitting that chocolate is a problem. Females aren't alone in their obsessive love affair. Research shows that men crave chocolate just as much. The difference? Women seem embarrassed about their consumption and will hide the wrappers in an attempt to keep the habit a secret. Men, on the other hand, tend to talk openly about how much chocolate they've wolfed down. It's when these cravings get the better of us that we begin to pile on the pounds. The very sight of the excess flab is so depressing that it often sends us scurrying off for another chocolate fix as a comfort. No wonder it's so difficult to stick to a sensible weight loss regime. And when we don't feel good about our bodies, it's hard to feel sexy and very often our sex drive takes a nosedive as a result. While the craving syndrome is often overlooked and not well understood, it's far more common than most will admit. In research conducted at the Natural Health Advisory Service, (NHAS) many individuals readily confess to their chocoholic obsession.