November Newsletters: BED & Holiday Overeating

Our two NEW Nutrition Newsletter Content release for November includes: 5 Ways to Overcome Overeating During the Holidays and BED: Binge Eating Disorder

 

November Newsletter New Content Release #1: 5 Ways to Overcome Overeating During the Holidays
Intro: (sample of what’s included, users have the ability to customize and edit to fit their practice)

It’s no secret that it is easy to overindulge during the holiday season. Between the abundance of food offered and available along with a packed social calendar filled with parties and festivities, it can be easy to overeat. However, over time, it can develop into an unhealthy habit that results in weight gain and an increased risk of diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. Breaking the cycle of overeating can be challenging, but you can do it. 

I hope you enjoy this month’s newsletter as I share some proven strategies to help you overcome overeating during the holidays and beyond!
Do you struggle with overeating? Schedule a consult, and we can work together to customize strategies to overcome overeating in your life.
  • Main Article: 5 Ways to Overcome Overeating During the Holidays
  • Mini Article: So You Overindulged? Do’s and Don’ts
  • Recipe: Pumpkin Apple Pecan Baked Oatmeal
November New Release Newsletter #2: Binge Eating Disorder (BED)

Intro: (sample of what’s included, users have the ability to customize and edit to fit their practice)

From time to time, everyone overeats. In today’s modern society, we are bombarded with advertisements and quick access to food almost anytime of the day, no matter where we are. Our brains are constantly being stimulated by the sight, sound, and smell of food, making it difficult to listen to our body’s internal hunger and fullness cues. 

But when overeating begins to happen frequently, and thoughts of food, paired with feelings of shame and embarrassment, begin to take over, you may have an eating disorder that is known as Binge Eating Disorder (BED). 

This month I’m addressing the most common eating disorder in the United States, Binge Eating Disorder. If you or a loved one is struggling, know that there are resources available for support, and recovery is possible. Please don’t let the feelings of shame and embarrassment from binge eating hold you back from receiving help for recovery. 

  • Main Article: Binge Eating Disorder: What, Who, and How to Help
  • Mini Article: Signs and Symptoms of Binge Eating Disorder
  • Recipe: Instant Pot Mexican Lentil & Chicken Soup

Additional Newsletter Topics in Customized Nutrition Newsletters database that could be used for November Include:

  • Turkey Day Foods to Fuel Performance
  • Nature’s Cornucopia for Healthy Skin
  • Foods Worth Falling For
  • Diabetes Awareness Months
  • Fight Inflammation with Good Food and Spices
  • Celebrate World Kindness Day with Positive Affirmations
  • World Kindness Day Body Kindness
  • Nutrition and Fitness Apps to Keep You Healthy
  • Foods Worth Falling For
  • Simple Ways to Fall Into Clean Eating

If you are looking for a time-saving solution to stay connected with your clients while providing credible nutrition information that both educates and inspires them to live better, check out the services offered by Customized Nutrition Newsletters.

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