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Stress Is Subconsciously Sabotaging Your Diet–Here’s What to Do About It

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Most of us are no strangers to stress. Through all of life’s ups and downs, we are bound to feel overwhelmed at some point, whether it’s a big life change like moving (been there) or day-to-day stresses of work, social plans, and the inevitable things that are out of our control.

While a little stress now and again isn’t a bad thing, research has shown that chronic stress can lead to long-term health consequences.

In the short term, stress can affect your sleep and mood, and can subconsciously affect what and how you eat. The word “diet” encompasses many factors such as what types of foods you consume, your appetite, and digestion, and stress can affect all of these, often in ways we don’t expect.

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