Say Goodbye to Mindless Eating: 10 Ways to Manage Your Habits
Sometimes overeating is intentional. Reaching for food when you are upset, sad, angry, or tired is a common method for coping with feelings. However, junk food does not have the power to make you feel better and after the cookie jar is empty, you will be even more emotional, this time with feelings of guilt and regret. Prevent this spiral from happening by taking charge of your emotions and eating habits. Creating new habits for yourself can help with the introduction of mindful eating and less overeating. We spoke with Barb Schmidt, international speaker and best-selling author of The Practice, and Amanda Foti, nutritionist for Selvera Wellness, about the importance of mindful eating and preventing overeating.