10 Reason You Eat When You’re Not Actually Hungry
To cope. But if you turn to food for emotional reasons, you won’t resolve the underlying issues.
Out of boredom. But eating can only last for so long—and then you have an afternoon to fill!
Because other people are eating. Check in with your hunger level to see if you really need it.
Because food is there. If you’re unable to nix the trigger food altogether, move the treats out of sight—you’ll be less likely to grab a handful.
Because it’s a special occasion. Celebrations are about the people, not the food.
Because you’re tired. A change of scenery might be just the ticket to battle the afternoon lull.
Because the clock says so. Don’t just eat when the clock tells you to! When mealtime hits, use it as a cue to check in with your current hunger level.
Because it’s free (or cheap). Always check in with your body’s hunger level before you automatically fill your plate with a freebie.
Because you can’t say no to food pushers. You can always set the fork down or share the cake with neighbors or co-workers, or simply eat just a small portion.
Because you suffer from clean plate syndrome. To prevent overeating, take stock throughout your meal to gauge how hungry you are; you might find that you don’t need those last few bites after all.

10 Reason You Eat When You’re Not Actually Hungry

  1. To cope. But if you turn to food for emotional reasons, you won’t resolve the underlying issues.
  2. Out of boredom. But eating can only last for so long—and then you have an afternoon to fill!
  3. Because other people are eating. Check in with your hunger level to see if you really need it.
  4. Because food is there. If you’re unable to nix the trigger food altogether, move the treats out of sight—you’ll be less likely to grab a handful.
  5. Because it’s a special occasion. Celebrations are about the people, not the food.
  6. Because you’re tired. A change of scenery might be just the ticket to battle the afternoon lull.
  7. Because the clock says so. Don’t just eat when the clock tells you to! When mealtime hits, use it as a cue to check in with your current hunger level.
  8. Because it’s free (or cheap). Always check in with your body’s hunger level before you automatically fill your plate with a freebie.
  9. Because you can’t say no to food pushers. You can always set the fork down or share the cake with neighbors or co-workers, or simply eat just a small portion.
  10. Because you suffer from clean plate syndrome. To prevent overeating, take stock throughout your meal to gauge how hungry you are; you might find that you don’t need those last few bites after all.

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Ich möchte unbedingt Spagat können. Unbedingt! Habe also eben mit dem Dehnen angefangen. Also vorher natürlich Warm-Up. Mal sehn. 

Langsam wieder an Sport gewöhnen. Man. Fast war es eine Angewohnheit. 

Langsam wieder an Sport gewöhnen. Man. Fast war es eine Angewohnheit.