Throw Out the Rules to Stop Emotional Eating!

Written by Stacey Rodewald

Okay, if you’ve tried to stop emotional eating and lose weight, but haven’t yet succeeded, then you need to do something you’ll love... throw outrepparttar rules!

Yes, even though overcoming emotional eating requires new thinking and some new methodology, your success in part is due to your ability to throw out all of those old rules that have been weighing you down.

To get you started, here are three rules to throw out in order for you to begin walking on your new path to success!

#1 Throw outrepparttar 150967 thinking that you have to go on a diet or deprive yourself of anything.

When you tell your mind and your body that you are going to eliminate certain foods or be strict aboutrepparttar 150968 quantities that you’ll eat, you immediately set yourself up for failure. The very things that you promise to stay away from will berepparttar 150969 very foods that you crave. In addition, your mind is a highly sophisticated computer and once you tell it “Starting Monday I’m going to do this and that,” your brain kicks in and sends you into panic mode. As a result, you binge to prepare forrepparttar 150970 impending stage of deprivation, starvation, and hibernation. Your body clings to every once of fat because you’ve told yourself, “Prepare forrepparttar 150971 worst.” Now, is this a very efficient or fun way to start?

#2 Throw outrepparttar 150972 rule that you have to stop eating by a certain time every night.

Learning how to overcome emotional eating is all about listening to your body. If you’re hungry late at night, then by all means... eat! Once again, if you say that you aren’t going to eat past any given time, then as inrepparttar 150973 first rule, you will eat all you can in preparation forrepparttar 150974 long night ahead. Why not learn to respond to your body’s needs instead of boxing in yourself like a caged animal? Be free instead of confined, so that you can have peace, sanity, and a healthier body.

What are the benefits of the low-carb diet?

Written by Christine Edwards

Are you one of those who hate dieting? Well, you are not alone, almost all of us haterepparttar deprivation from food that dieting brings to us. Aside fromrepparttar 150884 fact that our parents raise us to believe that food intake is necessary to keep us energetic, especially carbohydrates. Potatoes and breads arerepparttar 150885 essential members of our diet from morning, noon and night. Therefore, we resentrepparttar 150886 idea that carbohydrates are not good for us.

However, your thinking might change upon readingrepparttar 150887 low-carb diet overview. Inrepparttar 150888 low-carb diet overview, you will learn that energy does not come from carbohydrates alone. Low-carb diet overview will also tell you that good fats convert to energy much like carbohydrates, as we know it to be. Low-carb diet overview will likewise tell you aboutrepparttar 150889 recommended carbohydrates like whole grain, fruits and vegetables. However, you should minimize intake of carbohydrates to as low as 10% of your total calorie intake. If you can maintain your consumption of carbohydrates to as low as 10% of your calorie intake, you should eat more fats and moderate protein. Then,repparttar 150890 low-carb diet overview will berepparttar 150891 best tool to compliment your weight loss regimen and avoid jumping onrepparttar 150892 obese bandwagon.

The low-carb diet overview will explain how you can best manage your weight. In contrast withrepparttar 150893 belief that carbohydrates are necessary to build your energy profile, fat may replace carbohydrates in this arena.

You will also learn fromrepparttar 150894 low-carb diet overview that it isrepparttar 150895 best diet for obese individuals. Diabetics may also userepparttar 150896 low-carb diet overview to combatrepparttar 150897 cause of obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, hypoglycemia and type II diabetes because studies show that low-carb diet attacksrepparttar 150898 condition called hyperinsulinemia. Hyperinsulinemia is a condition where insulin levels inrepparttar 150899 blood are elevated.

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