Have you ever noticed that your strongest craving to eat often happens when you’re at your weakest point emotionally? If so, you may be an emotional eater. Of course we all turn to comfort foods from time to time (soup when you’re fighting a cold, ice cream when you’re struggling with a break up, an extra helping of chips and dip when your football team loses), but if you’re using food to consistently distract you from your feelings, you need to find a new way to deal with your emotions. To help you stop emotional eating, here are five tips to help you stop feeding your feelings.
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