Tuesday, November 13, 2012

FROM A WOMAN’S VIEWPOINT WHY MEN AND WOMEN THINK THEY GAIN AND HOW THEY THINK THEY LOSE

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Feeling down? Grab some ice cream. Job too stressful? Polish off some chocolate chip cookies. Many women attribute their excess weight to eating when their emotional state is in the negative zone— when they are feeling sad, stressed, or tired.
Research conducted for Weight Watchers found that women are much more likely than men to attribute their weight gain to negative emotional factors. Making the connection between negative feelings and overeating, then having a list of nonfood “makes-me-feel-better” things to do when the blues strike can be one of the best tactics in a weight-loss bag of tricks.
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