Stress Affects Your Diet

Have you noticed that when you are stressed, you start eating more 'junk' food or drinking more coffee (if that's your thing)?

Basically, whatever your (food- and drink-) weakness is, it multiplies when you are under stress. 

Have a look at the articles below and find out what stress does to our  dietary habits, and how this can be detrimental to your health! 

by Elia Strange

STRESS and your DIET Articles:

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How to stop (or reduce) your sugar addiction

So when you are stressed, you tend to eat more. More of junk food and unhealthy drinks.

If you do, then why is this happening?

Simply because you are looking for anything that can help you to feel better.

The Basic Rule is:

The less 'coping strategies' (e.g. anything you do for de-stressing and relaxing yourself) you have, the more likely you'll reach for 'comfort' foods and drinks.

Instead of trying to be tough towards your eating habits and fighting your cravings, try to understand what is causing you stress. My articles will help you to do just that!

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