Nutritional Treatments for Emotional Overeating
It may seem ironic to turn to nutritional treatments for emotional overeating – after all, isn’t the problem too much eating?
Why would you want to look at more foods you need to eat?
But more and more experts are seeing the connection between nutrition and emotional overeating.
The fact is, when you overeat in response to emotions, you may not be eating the healthiest foods. You become full – even sick – on junk foods, and there’s no room left for the good stuff. It’s common knowledge that you do need the right nutrients to be healthy, and if those foods are not being eaten, then it’s more a matter of quality than quantity.
Another aspect of emotional overeating may be nutritional deficiencies – and the deficiencies might bring on cravings. The theory is that the body craves certain foods in response to a need – in the case of emotional overeating, the need is emotional but it may also be physical. For example, a craving for ice cream may signify your body’s need for calcium.
Here are some vitamins and minerals that, according to research, are implicated in the management of emotional overeating.
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