Episode 97 – Understanding The Problem With Emotional Eating

Is food your best friend in times of stress? Do anxiety-ridden situations send you running to buy your favorite comfort food? These are obvious situations where feeding yourself is a direct response to some emotional need. However, emotional eating is not always so cut and dry.

Aside from being problematic to your waistline, when you eat for emotional and mental reasons rather than to fuel your body, serious health problems can develop. And since in your mind you are justifying your behavior, it can be very difficult to identify the real reasons you are eating, and then reverse this potentially dangerous situation.

In today’s episode we talk about exactly what this widespread problem is, and the health concerns that arise from it. Then we talk about how you can reverse this potential problem.

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Episode 97 – Understanding The Problem With Emotional Eating