Eating in response to emotion is the most common way of overeating. In fact, it's one of the most frequent topics we talk about.
So often you don't realize that you are not physically hungry. You are comfort seeking, eating according to your schedule, or just plain eating out of habit.
Eating when the body needs food rather than in response to emotion means you are not overfeeding and you are losing weight and developing less desire to overeat.
Today we help you figure out when you are emotionally eating and help you with strategies to assess your hunger when you have the urge to eat.
We teach you to ask yourself a series of great questions and check in with your physical hunger cues.
Some resources we mention in this podcast are:
Mini Habits for Weight Loss, by Stephen Guise
Ep. 16: When to Start and Stop Eating
FB Live episodes of my podcast:
- June 10 (What Happens When You Are Eating Your Emotions?)
- July 8 (The Difference Between Feeling Hungry and Actually Being Hungry)
- October 21 (What Are You Hungry For?)
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