As we mentioned earlier, stress is often a trigger for eating. And when we're stressed, not only are we likely to eat more, but we're more likely to go for the fast option, as our bodies speed up and we feel as if we don't have much time - even if we do. Our bodies can also crave certain types of food, such as those high in fats and sugars - "bad" food, which is often packed into fast, convenient food. Healthy eating can therefore often become the victim of time pressures and stress. Think about this and how it relates to your own life.
But remember that our bodies are not supposed to be stressed on an ongoing basis. It's not natural, and it's not good for us. Food will not help to beat stress, other than giving you the most temporary relief.
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