Offer alternatives to emotional eating.
Discover if you are an emotional eater.
Help you better deal with your feelings.
Understand the difference between emotional hunger and physical hunger.
Determine whether counselling is right for you.
Identify your emotions before you eat.
If you’ve answered YES to any of the questions above, you are an emotional eater. Men and women of all ages, shapes and sizes can experience emotional eating. This term is used when your eating habits are affected by your emotions in some way, usually with negative consequences such as weight gain or feelings of shame and guilt.
When you are an emotional eater, you may have lost the ability to listen to your appetite and nourish your body with healthy ways of eating. This book will show you some of the things you can do to improve your relationship with food.
Have you ever found yourself standing in front of the fridge searching for something to eat, even though you are not hungry? Or do you want crunchy snack food when you feel angry, but not hungry.
Do you get cravings for certain foods (usually unhealthy ones, as let’s face it, most people don’t crave a salad!), struggle not to eat them and then feel guilty afterwards?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have lost the ability to listen to your appetite and nourish your body with healthy ways of eating. I’m not saying that you should never eat sweets or snack food, but we are not really talking here about the need to eat a balanced diet.
We are talking about restricting foods, then bingeing and having obsessional thoughts surrounding food, body shape and weight. We are talking about turning to food, consciously or subconsciously, when we really need nurture or love. We are talking about behaviors that are usually followed by feelings of regret, guilt and shame. Sound familiar? This eBook will help you develop a positive relationship with food.
“This book has changed my life. I knew early on that I had a problem with eating my emotions and this book has helped me eat for nourishment, and not for comfort.”
“I weighed 280lbs and was so depressed about my weight so turned to even more food for comfort. After reading this book, I was able to get the boost I needed to turn my bad habits around and fit back into my tuxedo!”
“Rather than eating all the time, this book has given me ideas on how to deal with my eating disorder. It’s been a real inspiration to turn my life around and I’m coming up with new ways every day to get healthier and stay healthy! It’s never too late to start.”
In practical advice books, like anything else in life, there are no guarantees of results. Readers are cautioned to use their own judgment about their individual circumstances to act accordingly. This book is not intended for use as a source of legal, medical, business, accounting or financial advice. All readers are advised to seek services of competent professionals in legal, medical, business, accounting and finance fields. Read more on: Terms and Conditions