Originally published November 14 2003
Stress causes you to overeat and gain weight
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
Stress and weight gain go hand in hand, says the current research. And now there's an explanation for why: stress causes the production of hormones that stimulate the endocrine system and typically lead to people consuming comfort foods to feel good.
By avoiding the stress, the cycle is interrupted, and your cravings are no longer present. Avoiding all stress, of course, is no easy trick...
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