Say Goodbye To Emotional Eating With This

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Emotional eating is  the enemy of a slim healthy body. Discover how you can say “goodbye” to your emotional eating for good.

This short tip, when applied in your life, can make a dramatic difference:

“The fewer decisions you make about your diet, the better off you are” Dr. Oz.

5 Comments

  1. Samantha

    What a great idea! I fall into emotional eating a little too much and fall into the trap of eating ice cream or cookies to feel better. I even go to the store and buy special comfort foods to make sure that I’m sabotage-ready for that terrible day at work or that fight with the boyfriend. I love Dr Oz’s idea of automating my life by making sure that I have healthier options available to me where I engage in emotional eating behavior.

  2. Greta W.

    The best way to deal with emotional eating is to shop smart. If you decide to fill your fridge and pantry with snacks just because you might crave something someday I can guarantee you will eat most of them the first couple of days.

    Avoid buying junk food or sweet treats because you can’t eat it if you don’t have it. Just like Oz says, “The fewer decisions you make about your diet, the better off you are”. Think ahead, pre-plan your meals and avoid surrounding yourself with temptations.

  3. Nicole

    Emotional eating is a very big issue in today’s society. A lot of people tend to suffer from emotional eating for various reasons, as a result they end up with obesity and other health problems.

    Saying goodbye to emotional eating can be tricky, but it can be done with dedication and commitment.

  4. Dianne

    I deal with emotional eating by not buying stuff I know I will munch on, and with chewing gum. It’s very hard, but I feel that I am slowly kicking this bad habit.
    I, we actually, should never treat food like comfort, or as a cure for our boredom. It’s not there for that, and associating it with that only leads to obesity. It’s wrong and unhealthy and I am done with it forever…

  5. Jes

    I used to be an emotional eater, chips and cookies being my enemy. Now I don’t have any of that in the house anymore they have been replaces with healthy crunchy vegetable and fruits and with healthy granola bars that I make. I lost weight and my youngest teenager also lost quite a bit of weight. Plus when you eat junk food your body feels sluggish, eating healthy treats eliminates that.

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