How did that whole bag of cookies disappear? Being aware of why you overeat will help you make a different decision the next time you’re tempted to overindulge.
Mom promised that wolfing down your food would likely result in a stomachache, but a new study shows something of more consequence: Eating slower could be linked to a lower risk of obesity.
Whether it’s a fight with a spouse, a deadline at work, or simply just too much to do — everyone has to deal with stress. If you’re faced with a lot of stress, it can take hold of your eating habits.
If you struggle with controlling your eating, you know there is more to the decision to eat than simply responding to the feeling of hunger. We sometimes eat — and overeat — as a response to cues from our environment.
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The holidays are about good times with friends and family, but those good times often can lead to overindulgence — and a condition called holiday heart syndrome.
Some foods naturally create more cravings rather than make you feel satisfied. Use these nine tips to avoid overeating. Don’t just control your portions, but also make wiser food choices.