We tend to think of emotional eating as bad or shameful, but it’s actually a normal response to experiencing intense feelings. Our experts have advice for reframing your thoughts on the subject.
With all the season’s celebratory meals and treat-heavy traditions, it can be hard to steer clear of unhealthy stuff. Here’s how to enjoy holiday meals while staying true to your own food values.
Connecting with his bigger why helped one man kick his emotional-eating habit and learn to love working out.
If you track what’s on your plate as well as what’s happening in your mind and body, you can learn what doesn’t work for you — and build on what does.
Nutritional psychologist Marc David explains why our mental and emotional responses to food matter far more than we realize.
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But the thing is, food only temporarily fills that void. You will never be truly satisfied until you learn that what you really need is to fill the void with what you really want, not with food.