Stop Emotional & Stress Eating
Do you find that it’s difficult to stay within your daily calorie goal when you’re stressed out? Or do you put on stress weight after stressful events and holidays? Do you regularly crave sweet and fatty foods and find yourself unable to resist the temptation?
If so, you may be stress eating. Many things may cause you to stress eat.
- You may be bored.
- Your brain may be craving food to soothe your stress.
- You may have taught yourself to deal with emotions and stress with food and not other avenues.
- You may have used all of your willpower to deal with stress and have nothing left to devote resisting emotional overeating.
So, if eating relieves stress, what’s the problem? The problem with stress or emotional eating is that the food is rarely enjoyed. And, after the initial release, the stress returns. You don’t really deal with it.
That’s where the How to Stop Stress Eating book comes in. This guide will give you help with emotional eating. And it will help you learn how to stop stress eating on your own terms, using your own experiences.
In How to Stop Stressing Eating, you’ll learn:
- Why you’re tempted to eat when you’re stressed out.
- How to spot your emotional triggers.
- Ways to stop stress eating.
- How to create a plan that will diffuse triggers before you start stress eating.
- What to do if you overeat because of stress and emotional pain.
- And other proven ways to deal with stressful situations.
This mini-guide will be helpful for those who know they are prone to stress and emotional eating but don’t know where to start.
You’ll receive an 18-page interactive PDF, which includes five worksheets and free access to future updates of the ebook.