DOES THE END OF THE DAY MEAN THE END OF THE DIET?
You’re nearly through the working day, you’ve had a healthy lunch and snacked on fruit but as the clock starts to creep towards 4pm there’s an overwhelming urge to gorge on something unhealthy. Whether it’s crisps, biscuits or chocolate, researchers have found that 4.12pm is the time of day that most people are likely to wreck their diets with an unhealthy snack.[i]
If you find you’re lacking willpower this February and struggling to stay on the diet bandwagon then give Bach™ Emotional Eating Kit a go. The set is made up of three 10ml flower essences to give a helping hand with diet and healthy living regimes. It is the first product available in the UK to help with emotional eating. You can create your own individual combination and adapt it to suit your changing moods. The essences are alcohol free and suitable for the whole family.
Bach Emotional Eating Kit includes the essences:
- For self acceptance - Crab Apple – When you feel unclean or dislike something about yourself, don’t rely on food to make you feel good.
- Be rational - Cherry Plum – When you fear you might lose control of your diet.
- Gain Knowledge from experience - Chestnut Bud – When you find yourself repeating the same dieting mistakes, don’t fall into your old bad habits, for example reaching for food when things get tough.
Bach Emotional Eating Kit costs £11.55 and is available from Boots, Holland and Barrett and all good independent healthfood and pharmacy stores. For more information, visit www.bachremedies.co.uk
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