Foods to Consume when Stressed to Avo...

Foods to Consume when Stressed to Avoid Weight Gain

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With today’s rapid lifestyles, stress and tension inevitably build up and adversely affect our well-being. However, different people react in different ways to stress. Some people tend to lose their appetite, while others tend to binge in order to reduce their stress levels. While many people turn to comfort foods, such as fried or oily foods during periods of stress, there are many health alternatives which are required by the body to cope during such times.http://www.jarretmorrow.com/green-coffee-bean-extract-for-weight-loss/

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Ari Vinograd

San Diego, CA

#1 Jun 10, 2013
I think the thing most overlooked here, is the emotional component to eating. Without the drive to produce calm and temporary satisfaction, there would be very little need for any weightloss products ;)

- Ari Vinograd
http://drvinograd.com

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