When you join a medical weight loss program, you’re likely to hear
the term “stress eating.” This refers to the use of food to
provide comfort, rather than to address physical hunger. Your weight loss
program can help you learn how to use healthier ways of coping with stress
other than eating junk food. For more information about this topic, watch
this featured video.
You’ll learn about a peer-reviewed study that demonstrates that the
rise in the hormone ghrelin prompts people to overeat and to choose calorie-dense
foods when they are stressed out. This is why some experts have begun
referring to the obesity epidemic as a stress epidemic.
If you’re looking for an effective weight management program and
live near Frisco, contact Texas Medical Weight Loss Clinic today at (972)
762-3403. Our appetite suppressant program is carefully designed to
help you reclaim your health.