by Reta retamasten Masten (16.10.2020)

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Overeating is often triggered by certain foods or situations. FloraSpring Trigger foods are those we just can't get enough of, one bite will be followed by another, or one helping isn't enough. Trigger situations can be fatigue, emotional stress, or places. Identifying your triggers will help raise danger flags as you wander through an overeating minefield waiting to inflict bodily harm.For example, my trigger foods include potato chips, French fries with ketchup, popcorn, pizza, anything chocolate, ice cream, cookies, pastries, fresh rolls and bread, and diet soft drinks. My trigger situations are fatigue, emotional stress, and an all-you-can-eat buffet which encourages me to "pig-out" to get my money's worth.Your triggers may be quite different. You might have only one food item that indulges the eating urge, or you have triggers related to food texture, such as crunchy, smooth, or creamy. Even the taste of sweetness, particularly sugar, can influence your choices. Perhaps, the types of triggers include smell (fresh baked bread), sight (cookies left on the kitchen counter), and thought (ice cream on a hot day). All of these possibilities can be interrelated as ingredients in the package.


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