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ou’ve had a difficult day at work. On the way home, all you can think about is the pizza you’re going to polish off on the sofa. Or maybe you’re not getting on well with your partner, and keep nibbling biscuits whenever you’ve had an argument. Whatever your triggers, if you eat for emotional reasons, that’s normal, according to Dr Aria Campbell-Danesh, a behaviour change psychologist specialising in weight management (). “Emotional eating is often misunderstood and unfairly demonised,” he says. “The reality is, we don’t just eat on hunger. Our brains have evolved to find food

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