Transformation of the Day: Shanisha lost 50 pounds. One of the things that has made her successful is that she did the work to stop stress eating. She is preparing to have VSG surgery later this year, but she has made a lot of progress by working out five days a week and eating healthy meals.
Transformation of the Day: Waglene lost 43 pounds with Keto and exercise. During her freshman year, she gained weight due to stress, anxiety, and overeating. By changing her mindset and being consistent, she has achieved impressive results.
Transformation of the Day: Janel lost 74 pounds. Two Pulmonary Embolisms, emotional eating and divorce could not stop her from reclaiming her health. By making small changes, one at a time, and committing fully to the journey, she created a healthy lifestyle that she can maintain for years to come. Check out her journey.
Transformation of the Day: Stephanie lost 52 pounds. She learned how to fight emotional eating, stress eating, and binge eating. Cutting out junk food, using at-home workout programs and going vegan produced excellent results of this mom.
You’re stressed, sad, upset, or just in a crummy mood. How do you respond? If your first instinct – consciously or unconsciously – is to reach for food, then you are likely eating for comfort. This is known as emotional eating. Emotional eating is actually a very common coping strategy for stress. Some emotional eaters […]
Stress eating, emotional eating and eating for comfort involve the consumption of calories when the body is sufficiently fueled and not hungry. Eating when you’re not hungry can lead to weight gain, self-esteem issues, depression and avoidance of working through stressful situations and difficult emotions. I’ve had a stress eating issue at work before and […]
Transformation of the Day: Taliah lost 93 pounds. She was stress eating and dealing with high blood pressure issues while serving in the Air Force. As her weight continued to fluctuate, she was diagnosed with PTSD. Eventually, she was taking 18 pills a day. She decided to reclaim her health. Check out her inspiring story. […]
For February 2016, we are doing a Modified Daniel Fast. I believe that this fast can really help with food addictions and emotional eating. How? When you simplify your daily diet and remove the foods you are addicted to or using for medication, you can focus on your emotional health and life issues. You’ll find the […]
There are two types of hunger: physiologic hunger and hedonic hunger. Physiologic hunger occurs when we’ve not eaten for a period of time- our stomachs are empty, and our bodies respond accordingly, asking us for fuel with hunger cues- a sense of emptiness, a rumbling of the stomach. Physiologic hunger and physiologic hunger cues are […]
Goal for Week 2 of our December Challenge (Dec 6-12): Commit to feeding your body, NOT your emotions. If you are dealing with emotional eating, stress eating, overeating or food addiction, get to the REAL root of your issues. Have you committed to eating right and exercising but emotions, situations and stress keep derailing your efforts? […]