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TIPS TO STOP EMOTIONAL EATING

MORE TIPS TO STOP EMOTIONAL EATING, PART IV

Most emotional eaters are powerless over food craving; when cravings hit, it is all what they can think about. You feel strong tension that demands eating at the moment. Because you have tried to resist it before and failed, you think that you do not have enough willpower, but the truth is you have more power than you think. Emotional …

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STOP EMOTIONAL EATING

MORE ON HOW TO STOP EMOTIONAL EATING, PART III

The first step to stop emotional eating is to identify the triggers – the feelings, places or situations that make you turn for the comfort of food. Emotional eating is not only linked to unpleasant feelings, but it can also be triggered by positive ones such as celebrating a happy event or rewarding yourself for achieving a goal. We discussed …

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EMOTIONAL EATING & HOW TO STOP IT

MORE ABOUT EMOTIONAL EATING & HOW TO STOP IT, PART II

In continuation to the difference between emotional hunger and physical hunger: – With emotional hunger, you keep wanting more and more and it is not satisfied until you are uncomfortably stuffed. On the other hand, with physical hunger, you feel satisfied when you are full and it does not need to be stuffed. – With emotional hunger, you crave certain …

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EMOTIONAL EATING & HOW TO QUIT IT

INSIGHT INTO EMOTIONAL EATING & HOW TO QUIT IT

Actually, we do not always eat because we are hungry; we also resort to food for stress relief and comfort, but unluckily emotional eating does not solve emotional problems. Usually, it makes you feel worse, as you feel guilty for overeating while the original emotional issue remains. To recognize emotional eating triggers is the first step to liberation from compulsive …

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How to Bring Emotional Eating to an End

How to Bring Emotional Eating to an End

When hunger is not the only factor that drives you to eat, and you are driven by your emotions towards eating, you are faced with a problem. Emotional eating is one of the leading causes of gaining weight; especially because emotional food is usually composed of junk food filled with sugar and lipids. It is possible to stop this health …

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