Food and Mood
Counting calories, fats, carbohydrates, and proteins are some of the most common ways to track eating habits and nutritional intake. But when was the last time you monitored your mood as it relates to what and how much you eat? Emotional eating is a common response to stress and fatigue, and it can lead to unhealthy eating habits, which can lead to chronic health conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease. In this seminar you’ll reflect on current eating habits, learn ways to track mood and food, and identify the difference between hunger, boredom, and stress eating.
- Learn the difference between mindful and mindless eating
- Identify food triggers as they relate to emotions
- Learn the best foods to eat when stressed