Top 5 Tips to Avoid Binge Eating

By guest author Craig Ballantyne

It happens to almost everyone. You get home from work, tired,hungry, and stressed, and you eat a nice dinner. But even though youare full, you go back to the fridge at 8. Then at 8:30. And then again at 9. You might even hit the fridge, or worse - the freezer for ice cream - at 10:30.

Night-time eating. Binge eating. Whatever you call it, it's killingyour progress. So here are my top 5 tips for overcoming binge eating.

When I hear from Turbulence Training readers about their problems with binge eating, I want to help. That's why I started a list of the best ways to stop binge eating.

1) Brush your teeth after every meal.

2) Keep the binge food as far away, and as inconviently located aspossible. If you have a kids, and keep some treats for them in thehouse, put them somewhere that you have to work to get them. Ie.The top shelf.

3) Go for a quick walk or miniworkout of bodyweight exercisesrather than a binge.

4) Eat fruit, not junk, when you just can't stop eating.

5) Try to avoid the environements where binges happen.

You can learn more tips for dealing with emotional eating in the TTForums, and you get a free 3-month membership to the TT forums whenyou grab your copy of Turbulence Training here:

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