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  • Writer's pictureAntonio Maceo

Stress Eating

Have you ever wiped your tears with a soft baked cookie? Well, you’re normal.

Research shows stress can trigger binge eating as well as a preference for sweet treats and hyper-palatable “junk” foods.

And a recent study from Johns Hopkins University suggests this is especially true in people who are most prone to emotional overeating. (That’s the tendency to overeat when you’re feeling sad, frustrated, or anxious.) -PN

During our 4th RevEssentials Nutrition Seminar last week we discussed stress triggers, breaking the chain of negative behavior with food choices and developed a plan to help with anticipating our next binge.

Below you will find useful information to start becoming aware of your actions and habits. If you try a protocol that does not work try a different one the next time you feel the urge to binge because emotions are taking over.

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