Article Reveals Effective Strategies for Stress of Emotional Eaters

Mediterranean Diet has published its latest article on Stress or Emotional Eating. The article is available in full at

An article covering the subject of ‘Stress or Emotional Eating’ entitled ‘Emotional or Stress Eating and What to do About It’ has now been released and published by Mediterranean Diet, an authority website in the Weight Loss niche. The article brings to light fascinating information, and especially for people who make poor decisions about what food and the amount of food they eat due to stress. . Stress or Emotional Eaters and anybody else who’s interested in Stress or Emotional Eating can read the entire article at

Because Many people under stress eat poorly and do not realize why, perhaps one of the most interesting, or relevant pieces of information to Stress or Emotional Eaters, which is included within the article, is that Stress Eating can be difficult to identify.

The article has been written by Rick Helvey, who wanted to use this article to bring particular attention to the subject of Stress or Emotional Eating. He feels they may have done this best in the following extract:

‘Clearly stress eating is a vicious cycle if eating more food and food that you know is bad for you just adds to the stress. Distinguishing between physical hunger and emotional hunger is more difficult if you have not previously identified the distinction and have not been mindful of the difference. I have found intermittent fasting to be excellent practice for doing that important check in. While starting the intermittent fasting cycle it is common to feel some hunger pangs during the fasting window. One then becomes accustomed to checking to see the degree of hunger and if possibly a glass of water or cup of coffee will help dismiss those pangs.’

Mediterranean Diet now welcomes comments and questions from readers in relation to the article. Rick Helvey, Managing Director at Mediterranean Diet has made a point of saying regular interaction with the readers is so critical to running the site because Identifying why people are making poor food choices and applying a few simple strategies can help people brake the cycle of stress eating..

In discussing the article itself and its development, Rick Helvey said:

“This article addresses the fact that stress over the pandemic has caused more people than ever to eat poorly, which has a negative effect on their immune systems. The article goes on to provide a few simple strategies to break the cycle so people eat better and boost their immune systems instead.”

Anyone who has a specific question or comment about this article, or any article previously published on the site, are welcomed to contact Mediterranean Diet via their website at

Once again, the complete article is available to in full at

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