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?