Women's Health

Food for Thoughts

Hear the phrase “emotional eating” and you might picture yourself scarfing a dish of mac and cheese after a long, stressful day. We’re right there with you (comfort carbs ftw!). But recent studies are giving the term a whole new meaning: one that’s more about filling your plate to enhance your mood

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