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Main eBook:”How to Stop Comfort Eating (& Finally Shift That Weight)”

(4,448 words, 18 pages, 7 images)

How To Stop Comfort Eating PLR eBook


A look inside the How to Stop Comfort Eating Premium PLR eBook:

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Table of Contents for the How to Stop Comfort Eating PLR eBook:

Introduction – What is Comfort Eating?………………………………… 3

Why Do We Engage in Comfort Eating? What Causes It?………. 5

Step #1 Creating a Sense of Awareness Around Your Eating Habits…………………………………………………………………………………….. 7

When do you eat? When do you eat during the day?……………………. 7

What are you feeling before you decide to eat?……………………………. 8

Do you decide to eat or is it automatic and unconscious?…………… 8

How to create an awareness habit around your eating………………. 9

Find Other Ways to Treat What’s Causing Your Discomfort. 12

It’s Time to Improve Your Diet……………………………………………. 14

Changing Your Diet………………………………………………………………………….. 15

Success Doesn’t Happen Overnight…………………………………….. 17


Sample Content for How to Stop Comfort Eating PLR eBook:

Introduction – What is Comfort Eating?

How often do you find yourself eating when you’re not hungry? Most of us reach for food for comfort, and we’re usually not aware of it. Comfort eating is exactly what it sounds like. It’s when you eat to feel better.

You may be sad, angry, or stressed, and eating relieves those feelings – at least for a little while. It’s important to point out that most of us eat for comfort once in a while. It’s not “bad” to eat food for comfort.

However, it can become a problem if it’s:

  • The only way that you try to deal with your uncomfortable emotions.
  • Unconscious and you’re not aware of your actions. You’re not making a decision to comfort eat, you’re responding without thinking.
  • Chronic and you comfort eat every day, maybe even several times a day.

In this guide we’re going to take a look at what causes comfort eating and how you can begin to be more conscious, deliberate, and in control of your eating. You may still have those emotions and experiences, but comfort eating will eventually be left behind. You’ll no longer turn to food as a solution because, let’s face it, food doesn’t solve the problem, right? If you’re stressed, a bowl of ice cream doesn’t get rid of the thing that caused the stress. In fact, that bowl of ice cream can worsen your ability to manage stress.

Let’s get started living a happier and healthier life right now.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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Short Report:”Emotional Eating Triggers to Watch Out For”

(1,744 words, 9 pages, 4 images)

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Product Reviews:

“The Binge Code: 7 Unconventional Keys to End Binge Eating & Lose Excess Weight” by Alison Kerr – 410 words

AmazonBasics High-Density Round Foam Roller  – 400 words

AmazonBasics Neoprene Dumbbells  – 403 words

BalanceFrom GoYoga – 398 words

Body Xtreme Fitness Whole Body 3D Vibration Platform – 402 words


Product Comparison Review:

Top 5 Diet Journals – 1136 words


5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: How to Follow Your Body’s Real Hunger Signals

Email 1 – Welcome to How to Follow Your Bodys Real Hunger Signals email series – 221 words

Email 2 – The difference between real and emotional hunger – 325 words

Email 3 – Getting in tune with your body – 324 words

Email 4 – Learning about foods – 378 words

Email 5 – Are you hungry or really just thirsty – 288 words


Comfort Eating Email Sample Content:

Email #2 – The difference between real and emotional hunger

Welcome back. As the title indicates, in this email we are talking about hunger and specifically the difference between actually being hungry and thinking that we are hungry when really we are trying to feed another hunger – our emotions. Many people seek out food when they are stressed out emotionally. That is why it is called comfort food, and while it is comforting in most cases the food chosen is high-calorie and full of saturated fat, sodium and sugar … which is why it is comforting, but not good for you.

A hunger scale can be a good indication as to your real hunger. When you think you are hungry and want to eat, measure your hunger level before and after you eat against this scale:

  • 1-Starving, weak, dizzy
  • 2-Very hungry, cranky, low energy, lots of stomach growling
  • 3-Pretty hungry, stomach is growling a little
  • 4-Starting to feel a little hungry
  • 5-Satisfied, neither hungry nor full
  • 6-A little full, pleasantly full
  • 7-A little uncomfortable
  • 8-Feeling stuffed
  • 9-Very uncomfortable, stomach hurts
  • 10-So full you feel sick

Before you eat, you should be at a 3 or 4. If you are at a 1 or 2, you have waited too long before eating and consequently may have a tendency to overeat. Once finished eating, a 5 or 6 is acceptable. Anything higher and either you were not hungry in the first place or you ate too much.

To get to a 5 or 6, your meal should be a balance of complex carbohydrates, protein and fat at a ratio of 50%, 30% and 20% respectively as a starting point. You can adjust those numbers as time goes on and you see where you are at as far as losing weight.

In the next email, we are going to discuss how to get in tune with your body and learn what the signals it is sending you really mean.


High Quality Comfort Eating PLR Articles:

5 Stress Relief Techniques to Help Avoid Overeating – 404 words

Behavioral Signs of Emotional Eating –  390 words

Do Hormones Cause Stress Eating? – 401 words

How Getting Too Hungry Can Cause You to Overeat – 397 words

How Stress Contributes to Overeating – 393 words

How to Prioritize Self-Care to Stop Overeating – 397 words

How to Stop Eating Out of Boredom – 412 words

Is Comfort Eating a Sign of Depression? – 377 words

Is Stress Eating a Disorder? – 372 words

Physical Signs of Emotional Eating – 381 words

Psychological Signs of Emotional Eating – 399 words

The Difference Between Emotional Vs. Physical Hunger – 405 words

What is Binge Eating? – 357 words

What is Comfort Eating? – 411 words

What is Mindless Eating? – 417 words

Why Do People Comfort Eat? – 394 words

Why Hating Your Body Can Lead to Overeating – 404 words

Why Junk Food Makes You Feel Good – 396 words

Why Tiredness Can Contribute to Overeating – 404 words

Why You Can’t Stop Emotional Eating – 400 words


Comfort Eating PLR Article Sample:

Do Hormones Cause Stress Eating?

Stress is often tied to overeating, and the reasoning is actually quite simple. When our bodies are stressed or tired, the brain automatically sends a stronger signal to the brain that tells us to eat something. Of course, that’s rarely the correct respond.

Cortisol, the stress hormone, often leads to weight gain in adults. When stress is combined with comfort eating, that weight gain can be even more noticeable. The hormonal balance of one’s body is very intricate, but to keep things simple, the short answer is that stress is most certainly connected to some (not all) cases of comfort eating.

What’s interesting is that, in the short-term, a bout of stress can actually shut-down your appetite. When you first begin to experience stress, your body will have your nervous system send a message to the adrenal glands, which tells the kidneys to pump out adrenaline. This adrenaline then triggers your “fight or flight” response, and this revved-up psychological state of survival that dates back to our ancient ancestors will temporarily put your desire to eat on hold.

That’s why food is usually the last thing someone wants when they have butterflies in their stomach before a performance or when they are anxiously awaiting some sort of big news. However, if the stress continues, the body goes into overdrive in the other direction. That’s when the cortisol is released, which instantly increases your appetite. It can also increase your motivation in general, especially your motivation to eat.

When your stress ends, the cortisol levels will fall again, but it can happen that stress levels get stuck “on” in your body and your cortisol levels remain elevated. That’s a situation where medical intervention would most certainly be required to address the issue and help you come up with a proper solution for your elevated cortisol levels, not short of appetite suppressants and anxiety medication.

So, is stress really big concern regarding your eating habits? One Finnish study featuring more than 5,000 men and women linked obesity to stress-related eating in women, but not in men. However, men are still at risk for the potential of stress eating even though it is much more prevalent in women.

Meditation, exercise, and social support can help you get to the root of the problem by enabling you to conquer your stress. In turn, negative eating habits associated with that stress should come to a halt.

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Social Media Posts & Images:


5 Shareable Social Media Graphics (PLR)

Comfort Eating Premium PLR Social Media Tips


5 Shareable Social Media Inspirational Images

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20 Social Media Posts (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)

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11 Royalty Free Images

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Comfort Eating Keyword Research Pack

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Long Article: Real Hunger vs. Emotional Hunger – 809 words

Available in Word and TXT doc format.

5 Emotional Eating PLR Articles

What is Emotional Eating? (665 words)

5 Ways to Stop Emotional Eating (605 words)

Adopting a Proactive Mindset to Curb Emotional Eating (539 words)

Understanding Why Ending Emotional Eating is a Battle – and How You Can WIN It! (628 words)

How to Discern Physical Hunger from Emotional Hunger (581 words)

These articles are available in .TXT and Word Doc format and includes a PLR license


Long Article: Real Hunger vs. Emotional Hunger Article Sample:

Real Hunger Vs Emotional Hunger and What It Means for Your Diet

One of the biggest hurdles to overcome when dieting is learning how to properly manage hunger. If you can learn to manage your hunger properly, then you are well on your way to having a successful diet. What makes managing hunger so difficult is that many of us fail to understand the differences between real hunger and emotional hunger (also called psychological hunger or fake hunger). Whereas the former is a very real thing that needs to be responded too with food, the latter is not. In this article, you will learn all about real hunger and emotional hunger, and how to deal with each.

What Is Real Hunger?

Real hunger, as the name indicates, refers to the actual feelings of hunger that you experience when your body truly needs food. In some ways, the term hunger has been watered down. Nowadays people use the term hungry to refer to themselves whenever they feel like they need a snack or a small bite to eat. But, that isn’t what real hunger refers to. Real hunger refers to the feelings you get when you absolutely need food. When you are suffering from real hunger, you will know it. You will likely get sharp hunger pangs. Your mind will be consumed with getting food and nothing else, you won’t be able to concentrate on anything else.

Because of how easy it is to get food and how much food is available to us, very few people ever truly experience real hunger anymore unless they are purposely denying themselves food as part of a diet. Think about it, if you were to suddenly get some small hunger pangs, how easy would it be for you to satisfy those cravings instantly? If you are at home, it is as easy as just getting up and going to the kitchen. Even if you aren’t at home, satisfying the carvings is easy because of the huge number of fast-food restaurants around.

What Is Emotional Hunger?

So, now that you understand what real hunger is, it is time to tackle the second part of this article, which is defining emotional hunger. Emotional hunger is very common, and it is often the bane of many dieters out there. The chances are very good that you have experienced emotional hunger at least one time or another in your life. But, what is it exactly?

Emotional hunger refers to instances where you may feel hungry, but it isn’t because your body is demanding food, instead it is because your mind is making you think that you need food. It may sound strange at first but trust us when we say that your mind is definitely powerful enough to make you think that you are hungry, even when you really aren’t in desperate need of food.

What causes emotional hunger? There are a variety of factors that can result in emotional hunger. By far the most common cause is boredom. So many people, when they get bored, turn to food to try and alleviate their boredom. Others mistake the feelings of boredom for feelings of hunger and assume that they need to eat to cure their hunger. Another common cause of emotional hunger is habit. People who eat their meals at the same time every day may find themselves getting “hungry” around that time, even though their body isn’t actually craving food.

There are some telltale signs that you are suffering from emotional hunger and not real hunger. The first sign is if you have eaten recently (within the last few hours). It takes your body a while to digest food, so if you are feeling hungry after having eaten recently, then it is unlikely to be real hunger. Another sign is if you are just sitting around doing nothing and suddenly start feeling hungry. That is a good sign that you are suffering from boredom induced hunger. Finally, if you truly want to tell if you are suffering from emotional hunger, drink a glass of very cold ice water and see if the hunger subsides. If it does, it is emotional hunger and not real hunger.

As you can see, emotional hunger is a very real thing and it is dangerous for those on diets because it can so easily derail any diet. So, you have to be mindful when dealing with emotional hunger.

How to Manage Real Hunger

To conclude let’s look at how to manage real hunger. The most effective method for managing real hunger is to practice what is called “mindful eating.” Mindful eating is basically a strategy that relies on smart portion control (to avoid overeating) combined with slow eating. Believe it or not, slow eating actually does manage to satiate your hunger more than wolfing down your food. Applying mindful eating is easily the most effective way to curb your feelings of real hunger.


5 Curbing Food Cravings PLR Articles

How to Work with Your Food Cravings Rather Than Against Them (593 words)

Is Your Diet Causing Food Cravings? (665 words)

Avoid These Foods and You Will Prevent Food Cravings (612 words)

7 Ways to Curb Your Food Cravings (623 words)

Are You Tempting Yourself to Binge Eat? (645 words)

These articles are available in .TXT and Word Doc format and includes a PLR license


Curbing Food Cravings PLR Article Sample:

Avoid These Foods and You Will Prevent Food Cravings

It’s inevitable to have food cravings when you’re trying to diet or change your eating habits. Very often, you’ll be fighting your hormones and habits.

To make matters worse, some foods actually cause more cravings and make the process even more difficult. The foods listed below should be avoided if you wish to curb your cravings.

  • Sugary foods

Sugar is highly addictive and the more you consume it, the more you’ll crave for it. If you’re trying to quit emotional eating, you’ll need to establish a good relationship with food.

You can’t do that if you’re addicted to sugar and need a sugar high constantly. The best way to break your sugar addiction will be to either quit it cold turkey or gradually reduce your consumption of it.

Once you don’t crave sugar, a lot of your other food cravings will diminish too.

  • Sodas and fruit juices

Just as mentioned earlier, sodas are laden with sugar and other harmful additives.  Even diet sodas are best avoided because they cause cravings too.

Studies have shown that while diet sodas may contain only artificial sweeteners, they still spike blood sugar levels because your mind and body perceives it as sugar and insulin is secreted. Your body is smarter than you think.

As for fruit juices, always AVOID those that are pre-packaged and sold in stores. These juices are portrayed as healthy but they’re full of sugar. You’ll notice that every bottle of juice for any particular brand always tastes the same.

That’s because the juices are processed and sugar is added to create a uniform taste. Stick to freshly squeezed fruit juices and avoid the processed ones.

  • Energy drinks

Energy drinks don’t really contain energy. It’s false advertising. What an energy drink does is that it either creates a sugar high that causes you to feel alert… or it’s high in caffeine to stimulate you.

The drinks do NOT give you extra energy. Only a clean diet can do that. Energy drinks only serve to add lots of sugar and additives in your body.

If you consume these in the evening, you might find yourself awake late in the night because caffeine has a half life of about 5 to 6 hours. Guess what happens when you’re awake late at night?

You probably start craving for food and end up binge eating. Steer clear of energy drinks and you’ll curb your sugar addiction and food cravings.

  • Alcohol

You may have noticed that after a few beers, your body tends to get hungry and craves for greasy junk food. This is the norm with most people.

Nobody wants carrots and broccoli after a few bottles of beer. No… they want pizza, wings, cheeseburgers and other junk food.

Alcohol causes food cravings, and if you’re drinking cocktails, you’ll probably be getting a hefty dose of sugar. By now you should know what that means – sugar is the enemy!

  • Other foods

Since we’re all different individuals, the foods we eat may impact us differently. Some foods such as Chinese food, which is high in MSG, may leave you feeling full after the meal… but 90 minutes later, you’re hungry again and need to eat.

The meal itself is not filling and causes food cravings. You end up eating more and piling on the calories.

For other people, certain foods may make them crave other foods. For example, you may crave for a soda when you eat some French fries and so on.

So, be aware of how the foods interact in your body.

Avoid the foods mentioned here and others that cause cravings. With time, your cravings will dissipate and no longer control your thoughts and emotions.


5 Sugar Addiction PLR Articles

5 Ways Sugar is Killing You (666 words)

How to Break Your Sugar Addiction (713 words)

Understanding the Dangers of Sugar Addiction (540 words)

Discover How Sugar is Linked to Emotional Eating (514 words)

Hidden Sugars – Don’t Let Them Slip By (627 words)

These articles are available in .TXT and Word Doc format and includes a PLR license


Sugar Addiction PLR Article Sample:

Hidden Sugars – Don’t Let Them Slip By

Hidden sugars can be very deceptive. You may be trying to lose weight and despite watching your diet, you may notice that your weight just doesn’t seem to come off.

Very often, you may be consuming foods high in hidden sugars. It may be the barbecue sauce you add on your lean chicken… or the sweetened nuts you snack on.

Sugars can creep into most dishes. So, you’ll need to be alert and check just how much sugar your food contains.

  • Energy bars

Energy bars are often marketed as healthy and nutritious. People often think these bars can be substituted for meals. While you can do that occasionally, it’s important to know that energy bars and granola bars are usually high in sugar.

The problem with consuming these bars is that they create a sense of complacency and make one believe that they’re eating healthy when that’s not true.

The sugar that’s present in these energy bars can cause sugar addiction and make you crave for other sweet foods.

  • Cereals

Breakfast cereals are high in carbohydrates and empty calories. In fact, it’s better to skip breakfast than to consume the usual cereals that come in boxes.

Very often, the cereal boxes will state that the cereals are fortified with vitamins, etc. This is all marketing hype. The food has to be fortified because it’s lacking in nutrition.

Most cereals will cause blood sugar spikes and lead to a sugar crash a few hours later. If you really must have breakfast, have an egg or avocado or a protein shake. You’ll be more sated and have a cleaner source of fuel.

  • Coleslaw

Coleslaw may be made with vegetables but it’s highly fattening and chockful of hidden sugar. Have you ever noticed that almost all coleslaw tastes the same and there’s a sweet aftertaste to them?

This is because coleslaw is often commercially-produced to meet certain taste standards. Sugar and other additives are used to create this taste. Steer clear of them.

  • Commercially-sold fruit juices

Just like coleslaw, one is led to believe that just because fruit juices have some fruit extract from real fruit, they’re healthy. This is NOT true.

Once again, most commercially-sold fruit juices are pre-packaged and sugar is added in the form of fructose or sucrose to create the sweet taste. Artificial flavoring and preservatives are added too to make the juice sweet and addictive.

Avoid these juices at all cost. The sugars are hidden well. Instead, juice your own fresh fruit and chill the juices if you wish to have a refreshing drink that tastes even sweeter.

  • Sauces

Sauces used for pasta contain sugar. So does ketchup, salad dressing, soya sauce, etc. In fact, almost all sauces contain sugar because it’s a flavoring agent.

Besides sugar, very often, monosodium glutamate is added to these sauces so that the food tastes better. None of these ingredients are good for your health.

  • Yogurt

Yogurt is an excellent food to consume, but it must be natural, unsweetened and unflavored. Do not consume flavored yogurt which may contain sugar and other additives.

  • Diet sodas

Diet sodas usually do not contain sugar. This is why soda companies can make bold claims that their drinks contain zero calories.

However, artificial sweeteners such as aspartame or acesulfame is used to make the drinks sweet. Several studies have shown that these artificial sweeteners are even more toxic than sugar.

The effect they have on your body is not all that different. Since you’re still consuming sweet drinks, you’ll still crave for sweet foods even if the sodas are zero calories.

Avoid the foods mentioned above and look for hidden sugars in the foods you buy. Generally, as long as you avoid processed foods, you’ll greatly reduce your consumption of these hidden sugars.


10 Emotional Overeating PLR Articles

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Alternative Therapies for Emotional Overeating – 481 words

Could You Have an Eating Disorder? – 413 words

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