Aug 11, 2020
Do you eat because of stress, to comfort yourself or avoid uncomfortable feelings?
Eating for emotional reasons may be the single greatest cause of overeating and weight gain.
It’s the reason why most dieters gain the weight back.
Emotional eating is instant gratification.
It’s a distraction from your pain. But at a high cost.
In reality, emotional eating is a mediocre coping mechanism that not only causes weight gain, but even more importantly, it negatively affects your life in other ways.
But here’s the good news: you can kick that habit, and once you do, the urge to eat for emotional reasons is GONE. Then, losing weight and keeping it off becomes so much easier.
Listen to learn how emotional eating negatively affects your life and what you can do about it.
If you want to learn more about how to end your emotional eating habit and feel the liberation of NOT desiring food every time things are difficult or upsetting, check out my free masterclass Kick the Emotional Eating Habit for Good.