Is it a coincidence that desserts spelled backward is stressed? Maybe so, yet two of every three people react to the daily stressors in life by craving sweets or salt, bingeing, overeating, or, in some cases, not eating at all. This groundbreaking book, written by two prominent nutritionists, offers a simple plan that stops stress eating in its tracks. The innovative, easy-to-understand EAT (Energy-Action Team) Plan consists of six exciting “stress-less” strategies that teach you how to identify the stressors in your life and the corresponding reactions, and how to incorporate appropriate new behaviors into any kind of lifestyle. Planning strategies and time-management tips help you increase your daily energy levels and personal productivity while easing stress and avoiding the temptation to indulge. Questionnaires, checklists, goal plans, shopping schedules, stress-and-eating diaries, and self-tests to determine individual responses to different types of food all make I’d Kill for a Cookie a highly individualized and adaptable program that is supported by a collection of innovative recipes for quick, nutritious, and tasty meals.
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