Have you ever found yourself stressed and moving toward the cookie jar? Most of us find ourselves experiencing stress at different points in our lives and and deal with it in different ways. For some, a way to cope is through “stress eating.”
If you find yourself knee-deep in foods high in sugar, salt and saturated fat during stressful times, you are most likely a stress eater. Unfortunately, the emotional impact of stress eating leads to an endless cycle of shame, guilt and even more stress!
However, you can break the stress eating cycle with strategies. Join Lacy Wolff April 15 for “Stress and Nutrition: It’s a 2 Way Street” from 10 – 11 a.m. for a wellness webinar that will discuss:
- Strategies to address our cravings
- What food cravings are and why we have them
- The best foods to decrease inflammation in the body to halt the stress-eating cycle
About the Speaker
Lacy Wolff serves as the Health Promotion Administrator at the Employees’ Retirement System of Texas. Following the completion of her Kinesiology degree from Texas A&M University, Lacy spent over 12 years supporting the health of the US Army overseas in both Italy and Germany. Currently, she promotes wellness initiatives to over 500,000 state employees, retirees, and family members.