"People think that their cravings are significant, but studies show no link between cravings and nutritional requirements," one doctor says. "If people craved what the body needs, we would all eat more broccoli and less chocolate. There's no scientific explanation for food cravings. There's no data saying that what a woman craves is related to something her body or baby needs, and there's no data to support that typical pregnancy food cravings are harmful, either."
Eat that, haters.