Traditional emotional eating advice tells us to find substitute rewards or pleasure in order to stop nighttime eating. Take a bath or call a friend.
Yeah, those things never worked for me. Or for the Insatiable OG, former cohost Juliet Burgh, whose joining us again today with her insight into nighttime eating.
I thought I was really unmotivated when I didn’t want to take a bath, but the truth was, my nighttime eating wasn’t from a lack of bubble baths.
These pleasure substitutes can help, yet they’re more Band-Aids than getting to the root cause of nighttime eating.
As a root cause resolution gal, I share the three root causes of why we eat at night and solutions that will not only stop nighttime eating but simplify your life. That’s right: these solutions will not add more food or self-care rules you have to find motivation for! If you’re going to put in the effort, why not make food and life easier and better?
More About Juliet Burgh
Juliet Burgh has been active in the fitness community since 2008. An expert in her field, she came to Philadelphia after working in New York City as a personal trainer at a prestigious sports club. She is a partner and nutrition director for Unite Fitness Studio franchises, a rapidly growing group and personal training studio, helping to craft Unite’s trademark Heart.Muscle.Mind workout methodology. Juliet appears as a regular contributor on Fox and ABC news, helping educate people on the topics of fitness, health, and nutrition. When she’s not in the studio, Juliet loves to connect with nature and frequently takes trips to the Woodstock, New York area to hike and relax.