HEADLINE: Emotional Eating is a Problem
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By now, you likely know what emotional eating is. You probably realize that emotions cause 75% of overeating. You're a... Read more
When weight loss professionals discuss emotional eating, you hear a lot of talk about stimulus control, stress management techniques, and cognitive reframing. This is all well and good (and you’ll be hearing some of that here), but it doesn&rsq... Read more
What is the single, most common problem that most dieters face when trying to lose weight? Will power? Nah. Temptation? Sometimes. Emotional eating? Bingo! That’s why it takes so much more than good intentions and information about nutrition an... Read more
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
Ever been angry or upset one minute and then on your couch eating the next, unable to remember why you started eating or how long you had spent munching? If so, then you have entered the world of emotional eating. It’s something than can ha... Read more
i am learning nutrition and want to make my life more wonderful ! and i realized lose weight doesn't mean eat less and boring as long as you know what to eat ? what time to eat ? these are more important that eat less ....
i want to show you a di... Read more
What do you do when you really want to eat but for some reason can't. Let's say you're out of calories, out of food, out of money, whatever, the reason isn't important. But you're hungry and you want to eat but can't. What do you do? (And don't say c... Read more
So Today I went to the gym! I have been working with a trainer and he has taught me some wonderful things! Unfortunately I've not been very good posting and watching what I eat. The exercising too , could be more consistent.
I went to the gym... Read more
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
One of the 7 Secrets to a Strong Start is to focus on developing healthy habits, not losing weight. One habit that many people struggle with is mindless eating. The 10 Steps to Achieve a Healthy Lifestyle Mind Over Body plan can help you with t... Read more
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All too often both men and women fail to recogniz... Read more
Just wanted to update you guys on where my weight-loss journey is currently.
After suffering a plateau that went on for weeks, I decided to try increasing
my food intake for awhile. It was tough watching the scale go up for a few... Read more
Listen to your body. Tune into physical cues that tell you whether you’re really hungry or just letting your emotions take over. Is your stomach rumbling? Do you feel dizzy or light-headed? These are signs of true hunger. On the other hand, if you... Read more
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