Foods That Help You Overcome Emotional Eating

Some people tend to eat high carbohydrate foods after a long day at work, such as pastries, white bread, chips, donuts and others.
It’s possible that eating foods high in cabs can have an effect on your serotonin levels. Serotonin is a chemical messenger that’s believed to act as a mood stabilizer. It’s said to help boost your mood and fight depression.
Here is a list of foods that are rich in healthy carbohydrates (that they don’t actually cause intense fatigue and stomach pain).
The foods listed below contain high amounts of healthy carbs that help boost your mood, give you a feeling of satiety and provide energy as well as many essential materials.
Sweet Potatoes
Contain healthy carbs, and they are high in potassium, protein, iron and vitamin A. They boost your energy, and keep your skin healthy.
A good source of protein and healthy fats as well as healthy carbs. Eat unsalted nuts once a day as they are rich in calories.
Whole Grain Toast with Avocado
This snack is a great source of vitamins, proteins and healthy fats. It will make you feel full and reduce your desire to eat junk foods.
Banana Nut Butter
Rich in protein and healthy fats in addition to the high level of potassium and healthy carbohydrates in bananas.
Eat oatmeal for breakfast with yogurt, fruit and nuts. It's a very rich and satisfying meal.
Rich in vitamins that help reduce stress and tension.
Rich in vitamins B12 and D, help to boost your mood, and contain a high level of protein that may give you a feeling of satiety for a long time.
Potassium and calcium in yogurt help lower blood pressure levels and boost your mood. A rich source of protein. Avoid adding refined sugars and fruits to yogurt, you can add fresh fruits instead.
Bayan Tayeh
Bayan works as a content writer and graphic designer. She is highly interested in the field of healthcare and health education. Her goal is to change the way people think about sticking to some dietary habits, and to encourage them consume real food, as possible, so we can build a healthier world.