ROBIN WARSHAW

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Stress-Proof Your Eating

The research is clear: Stress may cause you to reach for high-fat or sugary foods and make you less likely to eat regular meals and vegetables. That emotional eating can quickly become a habit that's hard to break. This article looks at how to turn around your stress eating response and find better foods/​ideas for dealing with stress. Feature article for WebMD.