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So many of us are in need of comfort right now which is why we picked twice baked potatoes, a classic “comfort food,” for our
There are many articles proposing that nutritional inadequacies contribute to, or are actually responsible for, depression, and at the very least, potentiate it. However, it is not obvious which comes first: nutritional deficiencies or mental health disorders.
Carbs are not all bad or, in huge quantities or when consumed with excessive fat, all good. However, we would argue, especially for individuals with antidepressant weight gain and emotional overeating, carbs are a necessary part of one’s daily food consumption, both for nutritional reasons and for helping to create a greater sense of calm.
Serotonin Power Diet Introduces Personalized Coaching For Individuals With Antidepressant Weight Gain
Coaching led by the founders of the program is a great way to avoid missteps on the diet and to stay motivated through accountability.
Many studies affirm what any failed dieter knows well: stress is a trigger for the consumption and overconsumption of calorie-dense, usually nutrient-weak foods. When we are stressed, we lose control of our ability to say “no” to unhealthy choices and it’s harder to stop when we feel full.
If snacking is just driven not by hunger or a desire to taste chocolate chip cookies, but by an individual’s emotional need, as it so often is, then a relaxed, restrained, Zen-like approach to selecting snacks may be difficult to achieve.
Anyone who has eaten when frustrated, angry, bored, worried, exhausted, lonely, or depressed—but not hungry—has engaged in emotional eating
(So that makes most of us.) And for most, the food eaten is less likely to be steamed broccoli, poached chicken breast, or fat-free yogurt and far more likely to be a member of the so-called carbohydrate junk food family.