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Start a yoga practice. You really start paying attention to what your body does and does not need when you practice regularly or even daily. Try Vinyasa or even Ashtanga as they are big lifestyle commitments. They changed the way I think, eat, react, just about everything about me and my attitude towards food. Focus on eating more cleanly and remind yourself that you are nourishing your body. I always say some sort of ‘thank you’ to the food itself for nourishing me. It sounds corny but it changes the way you eat and the way you think of food. Ayurvedic eating is something you could also look into. Ayurveda goes along with yoga. You don’t have to do it but it’s something to look into as an alternative. I’ve basically become a vegetarian at this point. I really started cutting back on red meats last year and then many other meats. I use a lot of meat substitutes as they are better than they used to be. More salads and fruits will make you feel better. Just suggestions. Best to you!
In relation to comfort foods and emotions, “How to Cure Emotional Eating” is a free e-course that might be of interest to you. You can find it on the “Emotional Eating” page at the Internet resource listed below. The easiest way to free ourselves from the dictatorship of emotions is to learn the techniques for dealing with them.
There is another good free e-course: “Meditation: an aid to weight loss.” You can find it on the “Meditation” page at the same Internet resource.
I hope this information helps you.
All best wishes for the new year, Jules.
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