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Five Healthy Habits to Avoid Stress Eating During COVID-19

Five Healthy Habits to Avoid Stress Eating During COVID-19

 
 
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Transcript

Are you stress eating or emotional eating during sheltering in place? Have you put on the “Quarantine-15”, those extra pounds as we all do our best to cope during the pandemic? Take the test to see if you are self-medicating through food to make yourself feel better.

In this episode:

  • Learn the signs of stress eating
  • Behavioral changes during stressful times
  • How to be mindful and aware of your triggers to emotionally eat
  • Creating routines that set you up for success
  • Eating balanced diets to kick cravings to the curb
  • The 20-second rule

Toni Julian

Toni Julian is a nationally renowned health advocate, sports nutrition and fitness expert, and accomplished author of two books; BITE ME! Change Your Life One Bite at a Time and Smart, Fit & Female: The Busy Woman’s Blueprint for Looking and Feeling 10 Years Younger. She is a 60+ entrepreneurial mom of four and has founded six companies, the first while in college. NASM trained, Toni competed in natural figure competitions and tied for first place in the open Sports Model category at close to 50. Her research in the areas of sports nutrition, body composition, blood sugar regulation and satiety fueled the launch of her healthy lifestyle company--Toni’s Kitchen—and creating hand-crafted High-Performance, Hot & Cold Protein Meals® and Protein Meal Bars. She was named a Top Woman of Influence in Silicon Valley by the Business Journal for her strides in business, altruistic community service work and helping her father transition with dignity during a five-year terminal illness. Visit ToniJulian.com/shop.

Comments

  1. Thank you Toni. I just listened to your podcast. Yes I found I eat out of boredom, or being sad. I have gained weight. I was eating a bag of chips at night. I have recently quit that. Now I will follow your tips. Again thank you for sharing.

    • Cheryl, thanks for reaching out. That is such a common situation, you are not alone! Hopefully being more aware and present will help you move forward. Sending you lots of love and hugs. XXOO Toni

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