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FAT HABIT #20: Eating when emotional
A study from the University of Alabama found that emotional eaters-those who admitted eating in response to emotional stress-were 13 times ... more 
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FAT HABIT #20: Eating when emotional
A study from the University of Alabama found that emotional eaters-those who admitted eating in response to emotional stress-were 13 times more likely to be overweight or obese. If you feel the urge to eat in response to stress, try chewing a piece of gum, chugging a glass of water, or taking a walk around the block. Create an automatic response that doesn't involve food and you'll prevent yourself from overloading on calories.

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Fri, Nov 23, 2012 4:34 PM AST (Arabian)