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Stress

Stress is a killer -- but not of appetite. It's harder to eat healthy when you're under stress. You may not have time to cook a full meal, or you may crave food to fill emotional needs. Stress can also increase your levels of cortisol, the hormone that controls fat and carbohydrate metabolism, leaving you feigning for more food.
Mike R. Manzano,
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