Do you reach for comfort food when you feel stressed, low or otherwise upset? You are not alone. Eating in response to difficult emotions is called Emotional Eating. This seems to work temporarily because parts of the brain are rewarded from eating high-fat or high-sugar food. However, it doesn’t really solve the underlying challenges, rather causes further distress, guilt and often shame. Want to figure out sustainable hacks to make sure you nip emotional eating in the bud? Then take advantage of the recording of the workshop.
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Stress and Anxiety Relief and Management
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