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imagesFor many people food isn’t only what we fuel our bodies with, rather a way to feel comforted, a way to relieve stress or even use it as a reward. Sadly, emotional eating doesn’t fix emotional problems, instead it creates more problems. The person will usually end up feeling guilty after they binge and the problem that caused the binge is still present. There has been no resolution, no decision how to handle the matter this time or the next. Emotional eating is a vicious cycle and the worst thing is that our bodies need food to survive. For this reason, emotional eating is very difficult for many to break.

Tell me if this sounds like you:

– do you eat more when you’re feeling stressed?
– do you eat when you’re not hungry or when you’re full?
– do you eat to calm down or feel better?
– do you regularly eat until you are stuffed with food?
– does food feel like a friend to you? Keeps you safe?
– do you feel uncontrollable around food?

If you said yes to one, several or all of these questions then I would like to personally invite you to a new series I’m doing….Breaking Up with Emotional Eating!

We will go into detail about what emotional eating is, triggers for you individually, and how to cope and manage this beast.

We will also be doing personal development on ourselves and working out for at least 30 minutes a day.

Bottom line…we will learn why emotional eating occurs, how to manage this and replace eating with healthy habits.

If you would like to be a part of this group please complete the enrollment process by clicking HERE

For the first 10 people that sign up, you will receive a free gift from me

Let’s break this habit once and for all!

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