I deal with emotional eating in my clients on a daily basis; we talk about it and try to problem solve how they can overcome this issue.
You may have been there on a Saturday night. You fought with your boyfriend, cancelled the date and stocked up on ice cream and chocolate bars. You sat in front of the tv and got a spoon and a bowl full of pity. As you ate your way through a gallon of chocolate rocky road and indulged in caramilk bars and a bottle of white wine, you started to feel pretty good. Your emotions directed you to the comfort food in your hands and now you felt great.
Then comes the “morning after”. You ate the junk, you feel heavy and “blah” and you regret your actions. Why did you eat all of that ice cream and chocolate? Your emotions told you too, and you listened. So how can you deal with your emotional eating, and why do you eat when you feel bad?
Here are some of the ways I help my clients deal with emotional eating:
*Make a food journal; every time you eat, you write it down. Writing it down can make you more accountable for your actions.
*Take note of how you’re feeling when you eat food. Are you relaxed, anxious, worried, happy. What are you eating when you feel those emotions?
*Don’t impulse buy when it comes to food. Plan your meals and stock your pantry with foods that have no emotional attachment to them.
*Eat when you’re hungry, not when you’re bored.
Emotional eating is very common, but if you want to lose weight and stay on track, you need to stop emotional eating.
Call me today to set up a consultation and get on the path to better health and fitness: 604 318 6534 or email@example.com
If You Purchased the Reebok Toning Shoes and/or Apparel Listed Below From December 5, 2008 Through October 12, 2011 Your Rights May Be Affected by a Proposed Class Action Settlement.
LAKE OSWEGO, Ore., Oct. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The following statement is being issued by the GCG, Inc., in its capacity as the Court-appointed Notice Administrator in In re Reebok EasyTone Litigation, 4:10-CV-11977-FDS (D. Mass.).
If you purchased eligible Reebok toning shoes and/or apparel (listed below) from December 5, 2008 through October 12, 2011 your rights may be affected by a proposed class action settlement.
You are a Class Member and may be eligible to receive a payment if you purchased eligible toning shoes and/or apparel from Reebok and/or its authorized retailers and/or wholesalers from December 5, 2008 through October 12, 2011, with limited exclusions.
Eligible Shoes: Easy Tone, JumpTone, EasyTone Flip, SimplyTone, RunTone, SlimTone, TrainTone
Eligible Apparel: EasyTone Capri, EasyTone Long Bra Top, EasyTone Pants, EasyTone Sleeveless Shirt, EasyTone Shorts, EasyTone Short Sleeve Top
The lawsuit alleges that Reebok violated certain state laws regarding the marketing and sale of toning shoes and apparel. Reebok denies all wrongdoing. The Court did not decide which side was right. Instead, the parties have decided to settle. The parties believe the proposed settlement is fair, reasonable, and adequate and it will provide substantial benefit to the Class.
The settlement utilizes the same $25 million fund announced recently with the FTC, less the costs of notice and settlement administration, to pay claims to eligible Class Members relating to the purchase of Eligible Shoes and Eligible Apparel. Reebok shall separately pay attorneys’ fees and costs and class representative awards. All payments under the settlement must be approved by the court. Reebok is also agreeing to make certain conduct changes. The Settlement Agreement and information on filing a claim is at http://www.reeboksettlement.com. ;
The lawsuit was resolved in conjunction with Reebok’s earlier settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, which was announced on September 28, 2011. Working together, plaintiffs, Reebok and FTC agreed that the $25 million could be used to pay refunds to all consumers, less costs of notice and settlement administration. Consumers who heard about the FTC settlement and filed a claim on-line will receive notice about the class action settlement in the near future.
To be eligible for a payment, Class Members must send in a completed claim form electronically submitted no later than April 10, 2012 or postmarked no later than April 10, 2012. Payment amounts to eligible Class Members will vary depending upon, among other factors, the product(s) purchased, the number and amounts claimed by all Class Members and other adjustments and deductions. The amount could be more (up to double), the same, or less than $50 for each pair of Eligible Shoes, $40 for each EasyTone Capri and EasyTone Pants, and $25 for each applicable shirt, bra top and top.
If you are a Class Member, you may (1) do nothing; (2) exclude yourself; (3) send in a Claim Form; and/or (4) object to the settlement.
Claim Forms must be electronically submitted to the Claims Administrator no later than April 10, 2012 or postmarked no later than April 10, 2012. Objections must be filed with the Court by December 28, 2011 Requests to exclude yourself must be postmarked no later than December 28, 2011. Requests to appear must be received no later than December 28, 2011. The detailed notice describes how to file a claim, object, or exclude yourself and provides other important information. The Court will hold a hearing on January 17, 2012 at 2:30 pm in the federal courthouse, courtroom 2, Donohue Federal Building, 595 Main Street, Worcester, Massachusetts, to consider final approval of the settlement.
The class is represented by Timothy G. Blood of Blood Hurst & O’Reardon LLP, Milberg LLP, and Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLC, which were all designated by the Court as Interim Class Counsel in In re Reebok EasyTone Litigation, 4:10-CV-11977-FDS (D. Mass.).
To obtain a detailed notice, claim form or other documents, visit http://www.reeboksettlement.com or call, toll-free, 1-888-398-5389 or write to Notice Administrator, In re Reebok EasyTone Litigation, c/o GCG, Inc., P.O. Box 9770, Dublin, OH 43017-5670.
Text RBK to 247365 for more information; standard carrier message and data rates may apply. Text STOP to end/HELP for help.
Summer means wearing shorts, skirts and tank tops. You may have been more aware of all your body parts and how they were looking; resulting in you exercising more and watching what you ate.
Here comes fall where you start covering up more, maybe wearing elastic waistbands, sweat pants, etc. It’s easy to slip into those types of clothes and forget about what you look like.
Now is the time to get serious with your exercise program! Stay active with cardio and weights, and eat as well as you can. Need some help staying consistent?
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