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Feeling Guilty After Eating: Why It Happens and How to Stop It


  In many cases, feeling guilty after eating forms the basis of an eating disorder (ED). We’ve all experienced the feeling of “I shouldn’t really eat this because it isn’t healthy and has far too many calories”. However, despite this fact, we often do it anyway. After all, it’s usually only a one-off and even strict diets can be broken occasionally. However, some people take eating to the extreme. In fact, instead of eating to nourish themselves, they do it to satisfy their emotions. Consequently, eating turns into compulsive (and destructive) behavior. This leads them to search for products of…

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Chantal Maille
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