emotional eating

Emotional Eating

Food sustains life. Eating is an integral part of our social lives, our family experiences, our interaction with our community and our time alone. Our food choices often reflect our mood. If you’re celebrating, you might choose dessert. If you’re sad or tired, you might call and order pizza. If you are ambitious about health, you might choose a salad with grilled chicken breast. Our food choices are often very

Emotional Eating

As far back as I can remember food has been the center of all our family events. When I say family I am using it in the old fashioned description to include your immediate family (Mom, Dad and siblings), grandparents from both sides of the family, aunts and uncles from both sides, and of course the cousins. For every birth, every death, every anniversary and wedding, every monumental accomplishment (everyone’s)