Though society is becoming more aware of the detrimental effects that stress plays on the body, we often overlook the profound role that it has on our metabolism. Far too often we rush through our meals, eating a quick lunch at our desks, in the car, or on the go. In the fast-paced world we now find ourselves in, how could we not? It's efficient and simply saves time when none of us seem to have any to spare. But the consequences of eating in this manner are harmful to say the least. When it comes to many of our issues around food and weight, we're simply looking in the wrong places to find our solutions. So many of my clients suspect that something is wrong with their body, or that their diet is to blame for their indigestion, when in reality they're simply stressed out. Once they learn to relax with their meals, the changes they seek are typically not far away. This week, I wanted to share with you again a brilliant article by Marc David who explains the science behind this powerful and important phenomenon.
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