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Emotional Eating

Emotional Eating: Stop Emotional Eating & Develop Intuitive Eating Habits to Keep Your Weight Down
Are you an Emotional Eater?
Do you eat anytime you feel upset or happy?
Are you frustrated with yourself, but can't figure out how to fix it?
Does this sound familiar? You arrive back home from a long day at work. It was stressful, horrible, and all you want to do is curl up on the couch. You know you should eat something healthy for dinner, but you end up eating an entire package of cookies. You feel guilty and shameful after, and the stress is still there. Plus, now you feel physically upset — bloated and fat. Why do you do this to yourself? Why are you like this? How can you change when you don't even know where to start?
Emotional eating is a thorny issue and one that affects an average of 30% of adults. It can seem very confusing and hard to deal with, and most don't even know they do it!
Emotional Eating: Stop Emotional Eating & Develop Intuitive Eating Habits to Keep Your Weight Down can help!
This is a fantastic and comprehensive book, all about how to deal with emotional eating. You can learn so many things that can help you, and things that you'll be able to use both daily and over time. It helps you to develop healthy and lasting habits that get you healthy and in shape.
Within the book are tips, explanations, goals, and counsel including:
How to deal with your emotional eatingTips on dealing with stressActivities that can replace emotional eatingThe Hunger ScaleHealthy foods Emotional eating triggersThe benefits of journalingHow to lose weight as an emotional eaterSelf-care tipsBinge recoveryHow to avoid stressIntuitive eatingMindful eatingHow therapy can helpHow social media can help with emotional eatingMeditatingHow to treat yourself like royaltyHow to connect with other emotional eatersYour support systemRelaxation techniquesQuestions you can ask yourself before eating
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  • b8858081204shared an impression3 years ago
    👍Worth reading


  • Andreahas quoted4 years ago
    Keep the next meals clean and healthy. Don’t keep binge eating the rest of the day. Accept that it happened and move on to healthier foods for your next meals.
  • Andreahas quoted4 years ago
    If you eat them, will you regret it? Of course, you will; you’ve broken your winning streak, and with the re-introduction of these fries, you’ll soon start telling yourself that you’ll start not eating them again tomorrow. Or the next day, or the next day, until months from now when you realize that you’ve eaten fries every day.
  • Andreahas quoted4 years ago
    Am I going to regret this?

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