How to Stop Overeating and Feel Healthier in the Process


Small Steps to Stop Overeating

Becoming healthier shouldn’t be a chore

For many women, overeating is a problem.

And some of us may not even know that we are eating beyond what our bodies need.

Because we’ve been so poorly educated on food and nutrition, we struggle with:

  • What to eat

  • When to eat

  • And how much to eat

Well, we’re here to breakdown the misconceptions and myths about food and how to eat for your health.

And how to do it without making it a chore.

  1. Eat Real Food. The best way to feel you healthiest and stop overeating is to eat more whole foods. Change your lifestyle by getting rid of processed food. Incorporate more fruits, vegetables, beans, whole grains, seeds and grass-fed animal products into your meals.

  2. Keep a Food Journal. Start writing down what you’re eating. Everything. Record how you feel afterwards. This will not only help you become more mindful of what you’re eating but cause you to question why and what it does to you.

  3. Drink Water. Most of the time what we perceive as hunger is our bodies telling us we’re dehydrated. If you’re feeling hungry but you’ve just eaten, try drinking a tall glass of water instead. It might curb your temporary hunger.

  4. Exercise Consistently. Exercising regularly will help you stop overeating. Getting 30 minutes of walking, running, or weigh-training will promote healthier eating habits. Also, you’ll jumpstart yourself mentally, feeling more motivated to make better eating choices.

    Ladies, we can do this.

    While following this process is a great starting point, you might require additional guidance on how to maintain and achieve optimal health and eating habits.

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    We’d love to help you on your journey to transformation.

Brandi Simmons