Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Love To Eat: No Worries

Emotional Eating: The Trick to Staying Slim

Your idea of a good time after a bad day is a scoop of dulce de leche ice cream piled high atop a fudge brownie. You’re digging in because each creamy mouthful makes you feel inexplicably happy. Is that really so bad? ...

Why We Snack Our Way Happy

"We’re hardwired to eat for emotional reasons," Dr. May says. "From the moment you’re born and your mother holds you close to feed you, there’s an emotional connection between being fed and being loved. That’s why it’s counterproductive to say to people, ‘Just don’t ..."


Stressed spelled backwards is desserts.
Coincidence? I think not!
~Author Unknown

Your stomach shouldn't be a waist basket.
~Author Unknown

A diet is the penalty we pay for exceeding the feed limit.
~Author Unknown

The cardiologist's diet: If it tastes good, spit it out.
~Author Unknown
Nothing tastes as good as being thin feels.
~Author Unknown


People are so worried about what they eat between Christmas and the New Year, but they really should be worried about what they eat between the New Year and Christmas.
~Author Unknown

The best way to break a bad habit is to drop it. 
- H. S. Yoder


Patti said...

LOVE this... BUT OH!!! how convicting! LOL... as a school teacher, I am not necessarily an 'emotional eater' as much of a proponent of comfort eating after a long day! I guess it is still the same thing! All things in moderation. GREAT blog!

Anonymous said...

very interesting blog! :)