Emotional eaters find it hard to lose weight. Official!

People who eat when they are lonely, sad or stressed have the hardest time losing weight and then keeping it off, according to a new study from The Miriam Hospital and The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, R.I, USA. Often called “emotional eaters,” this group tends to view food as a reward. “We found that the more people report eating in response to thoughts and feelings, the less weight they lost,” Heather Niemeier said in a statement. “Amongst successful weight losers, those who report emotional eating are more likely to regain.”

 

Wow, the scientists do it again. Even though most of us find that to be pretty obvious, it has now been confirmed in a study by the boffins.

 

So how do emotional eaters lose weight? By finding the cause of the emotional eating and fixing it.

 

Once the illogical desire to eat when emotional has gone, people are then free to see food for what it is, to take back control of their eating habits, and then lose the weight that they want to lose. It can literally be that easy and you don't need a scientist to tell you that.

 

How emotional eaters could lose weight

 

Be happy,

 

Dave.

 

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My name's Dave Sabat DCH DHP SQHP and I am a full-time Clinical Hypnotherapist. Be happy, it's easier than you think.

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My name's Dave Sabat DCH DHP SQHP and I am a full-time Clinical Hypnotherapist. Be happy, it's easier than you think.