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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,... Mike R. Manzano,
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