The Dieters Eat more than others in Stressful Situations I

Studies have repeatedly shown that persons in the scheme tended to eat more than others in response to stress.

According to Dr Paul Lattimore, eating behavior specialist at Liverpool John Moores University, "the Dieters spend considerable energy to control their biological tendencies, so they have limited resources to cope with daily stress.

When stressed, they lose control and if they have access to the food they eat. He must also know that they are so accustomed to address their biological signals that they ignore or incorrectly interpret signals released or combat their organization. "

A recent study conducted in Finland shows that the body mass index (a measure of weight relative to height) is higher among those that stress leads to eating and they tend to consume more food calories than others.

Thus, food-related stress constantly thwarts attempts to control the weight of some people.

Dr. Lattimore gives the following advice: "First, we must identify the particular situations that trigger binge eating and develop solutions to cope with stress. The ideal strategy is to go for a walk because it helps to change ideas and also to burn calories. "

Those who eat when hungry and stop when satisfied are listening to their biological signals. They have no desire to eat when they are stressed. By cons, people who ignore their biological signals must be aware of the emotional and psychological factors that encourage them to eat more and implement diversionary tactics.

The stress response of people who follow a diet stresses the importance of weight loss methods that avoid restrictions on food and insist on substantial inflows in foods low in calories, and fruit and vegetables rich in nutrients.


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