Nutrition

How to Deal with Overeating: What to do When You overeat and Feel Bloated

Megan Dahlman
March 29, 2022

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Exactly What to Do When You Overeat and Feel Bloated

Whoops!

You overate. Again.

Grrr... that’s frustrating enough on its own.

But now, not only are you feeling guilty for mindlessly eating too much, but now your stomach hurts and you’re feeling bloated!!

So you pop a TUMS and inwardly commit to measuring your portion sizes next time to keep yourself under control, while also wondering if you should schedule an appointment to check on food allergies.

Does this happen to you? Like ALL. THE. TIME?

How To Deal If You Find Yourself Overeating

Does the scenario I just described sound familiar? If so, the best solution is NOT to measure your portion sizes.

Also, the bloat you're feeling might have nothing to do with food sensitivity...just sayin’. 😏

Instead, I have one solution for you that could quickly and easily solve both situations.

Watch this short 80 second video, and I’ll tell you EXACTLY what to try today.

Listen, I know this sounds too simple to actually work.

But here are some of the consequences of NOT doing this:

- You’re more likely to overeat (eating well beyond your body’s natural fullness cues)
- You’re more likely to mindlessly eat something unhealthy and something you don’t actually enjoy
- You’ll experience increased gastric distress and feelings of bloatedness 🤢
- You’ll have less overall meal satisfaction, causing you to look for something else to eat soon after

👉 Trust me on this. This one little habit has singlehandedly transformed the eating habits of thousands of women already.

I know it’s going to help you so much, too!

As always, be strong!

-Megan

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