How To Tackle Stress Eating

It’s been a rough first month into your new health journey. I say that broadly because it would be near impossible to expect a New Years diet to go off perfectly. If you’re a stress eater, you’re not alone. Roy has been experiencing his fair share. Take a listen below to the latest episode of Weigh Less!

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  1. Ashton Swann says:

    Hey guys! So I’m new here and have been struggling losing more weight. I’ve lost 12lbs but most of that was water weight. And it’s really discouraging not seeing the numbers drop like they were. I exercise everyday with a brisk walk my steps are between 10,000‐13,000 steps daily and I also do 30-45 mins of hiit workouts 5 days a week. I keep wanting to quit and just give up, but you both have encouraged me to keep it going. I hope that we all come out of our journey exactly where we want to be. Also I’ve cut my calories drastically and to no avail I’m still stuck. I don’t know how to get out of this stage. Any tips would be great. Thanks!

    1. Hey Ashton. Your 12 pounds is GREAT progress! I’m so proud of you. Let’s celebrate you for accomplishing that, regardless if it is actual fat or water weight being lost. You made a change and seeing some results. So congratulations! Now as far as your current roadblock. I’m worried you’re putting too much effort in physical activity vs. nutrition. It’s easy to get burnt out if you’re putting 100% in at the gym, and making some hidden mistakes with your nutrition, and then you fail to achieve goals. This is a prime example of when a nutritionist would be a great help for you. They would be able to look at your nutrition and see where there are issues. It is very easy to have hidden calories in your meals, which could take you out of calorie deficit. Shoot us an email ( and we can help you more with your nutrition. Maybe even get you on the show if you’re for that! -Roy

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