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Food is almost like a drug. Depending on how you use it, it can be incredibly addictive.
Take sugar, for example.
We all have our go-to comfort food. What’s yours? Pasta? Pizza? A big bowl of ice cream?
What if you didn’t need that favorite food to comfort yourself?
Emotional eating is something nearly everyone does, to some degree. If food is becoming a constant companion, however, it’s probably time to get to the root of the problem.
Psychology Today shares these great tips to help fight the urges that lead to emotional eating:
Mayo Clinic offers some great ways to help you handle food cravings, including:
Develop a healthy relationship with food. Use it for fuel, not emotional support.
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