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GRS Ultra

by Alisa Princy (2020-01-09)

I'm a junk food lover. GRS Ultra Review My husband is a carbaholic and my son is a real fruit lover. There are all kinds of eaters out there. What we eat and how we eat depends as much on our likes and dislikes as it does how we are feeling at the moment. For instance, my son eats fruit because he believes that food is fuel. Nothing more; nothing less; simply fuel for his body. My husband craves carbs because he is always on the go and seeks an instant energy boost. I, on the other hand, reach for chocolate to bring calm to a hectic day or to satisfy a need for comfort when I'm feeling overwhelmed. If you have been trying to lose weight for awhile, but always seem to fall back into poor eating habits (and overindulgence), then you may want to consider what kind of eater you are. Once you are able to determine why and how you may be eating too much, you will be in a much better position to combat those bad habits and walk away a slimmer you! Here are a few of the most common eating-types that can cause us to gain unsightly pounds: Those Who Try and Stuff Their Emotions Down With Food Whether you eat because you are stressed, overwhelmed, overworked or just plain sad doesn't matter. The fact is if you use food to keep your emotions in check you are considered an emotional eater. The best way to combat this style of eating is to learn to face your emotions and do something proactive to deal with them. Food may quell those negative feelings for awhile, but they will eventually re-emerge unless you deal with them head-on. Once you can learn to face the things that trigger your eating externally, you are never going to be able to lose weight and keep it off. Those Who Battle Boredom with Food Have you ever sauntered out to the kitchen looking for something to eat when you were really just bored and not really hungry? If you do this often, chances are you are a boredom buster eater. You use food to have something to do. Instead of reaching for a snack the next time you feel restless, why not try something new and exciting? Join a group; take up a hobby; read a book; go for a walk; anything will do as long as you do something. Eating shouldn't be used as an activity. Find some fun and interesting things to help keep your mind and your body active.