Emotional Eating Part Two: Stop Abusing Food & Take Control

Posted: August 28, 2014

In Emotional Eating Part One, we found that many people – emotional eaters – turn to food not when they’re really hungry, but as a comfort during times of physical and emotional stress, and even when they are happy or bored. The bad news is, not only does emotional eating counteract your weight management efforts by increasing the amount of food you eat, but it gives you another problem to deal with, it makes you feel dejected and it does read more…

Why We Skip Breakfast and Why We Shouldn’t

Posted: August 20, 2014

Ahhhh, breakfast! A couple fresh eggs, crispy bacon, maybe some sweet melon and cantaloupe, all washed down with delicious, hot coffee. Is there any meal that hits the spot better than a good breakfast? So why does over 10% of the population (it’s almost one-third in males 18 to 34 years old) choose to avoid breakfast every day. Bad Rap. Breakfast foods suffer a poor reputation for their lack nutrition and health benefits. Eggs are considered high in cholesterol, bacon read more…

5 Healthy Weight Loss Tips You Might Not Have Tried Before

Posted: August 13, 2014

If you’re serious about managing your weight, you probably come across many of the same weight loss tips and ideas over and over again. It’s not necessarily a bad thing. The more times you see a particular idea or tip, the more you’ll learn about it and know whether it’s right for you. But it’s always good to find new ways to help you lose weight and here are some that you may not have tried: Get PickledFood that is. read more…

Emotional Eating Part One: Are You Guilty of Food Abuse?

Posted: August 6, 2014

It feels good. It feels really good. It doesn’t let you down. Every time you need a little “pick-me-up”, just a quick hit makes you feel better instantly. And it’s available in grocery and convenience stores all over town. Food may not be an illegal narcotic or alcohol, but people can abuse it just the same. It’s called emotional eating and, left unchecked, it can become an auto-response to physical and emotional stress, happiness and/or boredom. And its effects can read more…