We’ve all heard, at one point or another, that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. While most parents make sure their kids start their day with a full stomach, many adults tend to make it all the way to lunchtime on a few cups of coffee. Research has found that people who skip the first meal of the day are more likely to eat a bigger lunch, and also tend to seek out unhealthier and higher-calorie foods.… Read the rest
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Emotional overeating refers to any of a number of eating habits where genuine hunger is not the motivational factor. It is more common among women than men, but men are not immune – especially young men in their teens and twenties. Those who suffer from this disorder associate food with emotion.
If you have emotional overeating tendencies, you’re not alone – many people who suffer from this problem feel imprisoned and helpless.… Read the rest
With recent focus on reducing the glycemic index of the foods we eat, nutritionists and dietitians are often bombarded by questions about fruit: Is fruit good for me? What about the sugar? Am I eating too much fruit? What’s the best type of fruit to eat?
Many modern diet plans limit how much fruit can be eaten and when it should be eaten. … Read the rest