By Susan Albers
Food has the facility to quickly alleviate tension and disappointment, improve pleasure, and produce us convenience after we want it so much. It's no ask yourself specialists estimate that seventy five percentage of overeating is brought on through our feelings, now not actual starvation. the good news is you could as a substitute soothe your self via dozens of conscious actions which are fit for either physique and mind.
Susan Albers, writer of Eating Mindfully, now deals 50 how you can Soothe your self with no Food, a suite of mindfulness abilities and practices for enjoyable the physique in instances of tension and finishing your dependence on consuming as a way of dealing with tough feelings. You'll not just realize effortless how one can soothe urges to overeat, you'll additionally find out how to differentiate emotion-driven starvation from fit starvation. succeed in for this e-book rather than the fridge subsequent time you are feeling the urge to snack-these possible choices are only as satisfying!
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