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Are you a Stress Eater?

End your fear or guilt from eating chocolate, cookies or ice-cream!

A “stress eater” doesn’t eat because they’re hungry. Emotional eating is your method of dealing with stress! So why would going on a diet, or trying to substitute different foods help you with emotional eating?? IT WON’T!

In fact, the vast majority of people who stress eat are “watching their weight” or on a diet!

You may be very careful about eating right and exercising because you’re afraid of gaining more weight. Maybe you are trying only to eat “clean” and avoid certain foods that you’ve been told are bad for you.

Are you on a diet – or someone who has been on MANY diets that tell you to avoid certain “bad” foods? Or, maybe you’re trying “mindful eating” as a way to control the amount of food you eat.

All of the controls you try to put on yourself to lose weight or avoid gaining more weight go out the window when you’re stressed out! If you have a lot of responsibilities, and “shoulds” in your life you probably feel overwhelmed. In our day and age, it’s a rare person who doesn’t feel stressed out.

Are you a Stress Eater?

STOP and Ask Yourself Before You Eat....

  • “Am I tense?” Do a body scan- and notice whether you’re holding tension anywhere in your body.
  • Ask yourself: “what emotions am I feeling right now?”
  • Would ANY food fix your hunger, or do you desire “comfort food”?
  • Would you eat the way you’re going to eat in front of other people?
  • If you do notice tension, or negative emotions, ask: “what can I do to relieve these feelings that will actually work?” – such as taking some slow breaths, doing a few stretches, taking a walk, talking to someone about what’s bothering you…

Am I:

Physically hunger

  • Comes on gradually - usually at meal time
  • You get hungrier than usual after working out
  • You enjoy your food and stop when you're satiated
  • You eat this way around other people
  • You rarely feel guilty after eating

Emotional hungry

  • Comes on suddenly - can't put it off
  • You need specific foods: sweet & salty like pizza, chocolate, chips, icecream
  • You eat "mindlessly" almost not tasting the food 
  • You eat by yourself, and wouldn't eat this way around others
  • You feel guilty and angry at yourself

How to get control of Stress Eating

Many people are trying “mindful eating” as a method to control the amount of food you eat. That essentially means eating when you’re hungry, and stopping when you’re full. But that only works when you’re not under stress. When you’re under the effects of stress, your mind doesn’t work the same way, and you don’t have the same control to eat mindfully.

The most important thing you can do for your weight management and your health is to learn how to manage stress effectively. That’s what I will teach you. There are much better ways that using comfort food – which you know only comforts your while you’re eating – but afterwards, it’s worse. Click below to get my report that will empower you and make you more resilient to stress!

You DESERVE to have a happier and more peaceful relationship with food! Imagine being able to keep those “bad foods” in the house, because they have no power over you anymore. Imagine your life with less stress: better sleep, more positive relationships, less anger or sadness – and NO MORE STRESS EATING! This is all possible when you learn how to manage stress!

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10 Powerful Solutions to STOP Stress Eating!

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