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Emotional Eating Books Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Emotional Eating Books.

Stop Emotional Eating Before It Starts

Eating is more than something we do to nourish our bodies with vital nutrients. It's also an activity we do out of habit, like nail biting, hair twirling, or finger tapping. And sometimes, we habitually turn to food in response to certain emotion...  Read more

Aromatherapy Smells Great!

Each of us has a secret source of energy. You can’t hold it in your hand or see it in a book. Most mysteriously, it can boost your energy, mood and motivation without you even knowing it. It’s a smell. Not just any smell, but a...  Read more

4 Steps to Lasting Behavioral Change

Although the basic concept of weight loss (eat fewer calories than you burn) is remarkably simple, putting it into practice is not. Whether you're learning how to figure out how many calories you are actually eating and burning up; trying to disc...  Read more

10 Reasons You Eat When You're Not Actually Hungry

We've all done it, and sometimes we don't even realize when it's happening. Maybe you graze when you're bored, or reach your hand into the office candy jar each time you pass by. Perhaps when you're feeling sluggish in the afterno...  Read more

10 Reasons You Eat When You're Not Actually Hungry

We've all done it, and sometimes we don't even realize when it's happening. Maybe you graze when you're bored, or reach your hand into the office candy jar each time you pass by. Perhaps when you're feeling sluggish in the afterno...  Read more

try and eat dinner and know snacking
Updated 7/16/2014 8:52:54 AM

spread your meals to 6 small meals god bless...  Read more

Do you eat back your calories after exercise?
Updated 7/16/2014 8:51:54 AM

Hello everyone I notice on my fitness pal tracker that it adds back the calories that I burn after I put in my exercise. Do you eat those calories? I thought that burning cals was the goal. Why would you eat them back? Just not quite understandi...  Read more

Anyone with binge eating problems?
Updated 7/15/2014 2:14:40 PM

Hello, I am struggling so hard with binge eating these days! In high school I don't remember ever having issues with binging, but after entering college I suddenly have acquired the habit of overeating--to the point of feeling nauseous. The next da...  Read more

Eating for stress
Updated 7/14/2014 10:25:57 AM

I just read this on NPR - a study is linked. I thought it was interesting, that a high glycemic diet prompeted the boys to eat more. "The rapid absorption of glucose after consumption of high-GI meals induces a sequence of hormonal and metabol...  Read more

Evening - TV - and Eating
Updated 7/15/2014 6:32:49 PM

I'm on maintenance. There are two things that are slipping. My daily walk which I love to do and will get back to now that the guests are gone and I'll have time for it. I eat very well all day. I enjoy my meals and they are in my calorie range a...  Read more

Reading: understanding your issues

Understanding the reason for my overeating is very important to me. Reading books on this subject also helps me feel that I'm not alone in what I am going through. I've read articles and things on overeating, read books on emotional eating, etc. Book...  Read more

24 hour rule

If I want to eat something that is not a part of my plan, I wait 24 hours. If I still want it, I allow/plan for it in the next day's meal plan. Usually, by the next day, I've forgotten about it but if not I can still have it (planned) the next day....  Read more

MISparks

A wonderful group from Michigan who joined sparkpeople in hopes of getting control of their weight and learn to eat healthy. ...  Read more

Calming Your Inner Emotional Eater

Editor's Note: Obesity expert Dr. Martin Binks contributes regular guest posts to the dailySpark. Links to products and services contained within do not necessarily imply endorsement by Dr. Binks. All too often both men and women fail to recogniz...  Read more

What We're Reading: The Latest in Healthy Living

Ravenous: A Food Lover's Journey from Obsession to Freedom by Dayna Macy. How can a food lover and lifelong overeater learn to be satisfied? A beautifully written memoir that will appeal to anyone who has an emotional attachment to food. (Look...  Read more