Stress Is Making Me Fat--It's Not McDonald's

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Can stress and anxiety lead to weight problems?

Stress Is Making Me Fat--It's Not McDonald's

It's not an excuse—stress can make you fat, however, what happens during and even after is up to you. Anxiety and stress can throw off cortisol levels, but you need to get your metabolism in balance again with proper diet and exercise.

CortiSlim may be right for you, but the FDA has denounced its claims that it reduces appetite and aids weight loss. You may be better off with a natural health product option. Dr. Diana Schwarzbein says that we have serotonin, another natural hormone that keeps our weight in balance. When serotonin levels go down due to stress, we overeat—especially sugary foods. So, you may want to pay more attention to serotonin than cortisol.



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