How to Stop Binging and Boredom Eating

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To put it mildly, we’re living in a time that’s hard to navigate. This kind of stress combined with isolation is hard for everyone to manage, and there’s no perfect way to do it.

When you combine the stress of the news and the boredom of being on lockdown every day, a lot of stress eating (and boredom eating) can come out of it. Let us be clear: now is not the time to beat yourself up or be extra hard on yourself about what your day-to-day life is consisting of. If you’re using this time to try to do more fitness videos and get in the best shape of your life to distract your mind from reality, more power to you. If you’re using it to give yourself time off and a much-needed break, that’s great too.

If you’ve found yourself stress eating and are looking to stop it, we’ve turned to Health and Weightloss Coach Ellie Rome for her best advice. She dives into why stress…

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