What Is An Emotional Eater?

If you’ve experienced a bad day at work, had a fight with your partner, or feel like you have many responsibilities, you are experiencing stress. It’s only normal to feel pressure, especially if you have a lot on your plate. Sometimes, stress can cause us to eat as a...

Your Gut: The Centre of Immunity

How To Be A Fit, Hardworking Professional Your gut and mood are linked. Fueling your gut may affect your physical and emotional wellbeing in two ways. The chemical serotonin is produced in our gut and regulates our sleep, hunger, mood, and communication between the...

Tips To Get In Shape For Busy Professionals

The fact that you are a busy professional most likely implies that you spend most of your time commuting or at the workplace. Research has proven that those who prioritise self-care despite having a busy schedule end up being more productive. So it is a great...

Learn to Eat Yummy, Healthy Food, Not Our Emotions

Do you eat food to feel better or alleviate stress? These suggestions may help you avoid emotional eating, combat cravings, identify your triggers, and find effective methods to curb your emotional eating. What Is Emotional Eating? We don’t always eat to fulfil our...

Healthy Ways of Coping with Covid-19 Stress

Research shows that people are going through a range of emotions due to pandemic stress. As a result, many of their coping mechanisms are unfortunately unhealthy. These include binge eating, alcohol and drug abuse, amongst others. If all the stress is weighing you...

The Severity of Post-Covid Challenges

As if death and severe sickness are not enough, the COVID pandemic has brought post-traumatic disorder to a lot of people. Many are breaking down because their mental health is suffering. Others are binge eating and gaining too much weight, putting them at increased...

Enjoy Easter Without Undoing Your Healthy Habits

By Dr Liz Acknowledgement: Karen Lee is a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics student who will be graduating shortly and interested in clinical and private practice opportunities. Karen can be contacted on: kawing.lee@student.bond.edu.au It feels like 2021 just started...
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