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Identify Emotional Eating

Everyone uses food for comfort from time to time. It’s normal – and healthy – to cope with negative feelings by using things that makes us feel better, both physically and emotionally. Yet filling the void with food can become a problem when emotional eating happens consistently and, moreover, when the food itself becomes a …

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How To Step Away From Emotional Eating

Emotional eating is using food to fulfill emotional needs rather than physical hunger. Emotional eating may also involve using food as a pick-me-up or as a reward. Other sensations, like boredom or loneliness, can also contribute to unhealthy eating habits. Habits of Emotional Eaters * Eating more when stressed * Eating when full * Eating …

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Teenage Weight Associated With Heart Failure Risk In Early Middle Age

Male teenagers battling excessive weight are more susceptible to developing heart failure later in life, according to a new study conducted by Sahlgrenska Academy researchers. Scientists kept tabs on more than 1.6 million Swedish males from childhood and beyond for over 35 years. Interestingly, the heightened risk of heart issues was noted in teens who …

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