Food isn’t just something we eat when we feel hungry. Food is something we reach for when we’re stressed, overwhelmed, tired or just feeling down. In other words, food and emotions are intimately connected. And while a midnight bowl of ice-cream can make us feel better in the short term, it can be unhealthy in the long run – especially if your go-to snacks are loaded with fat and sugar. So, if you’re an emotional eater, try this five tips to stop emotional eating.
There are lots of health risks associated with a sedentary lifestyle, and the truth is: we all sit way too much. Thankfully, exercise can help. And while any movement is better than no movement at all, some workouts are especially designed for people who sit all day. So, if you’re one of those people, here’s the perfect workout for you.