Most of us have been there: We’ve had a frustrating day at work, a relationship breakdown, a fight with a friend or we’re simply not feeling ourselves. We turn to the goodies in the refrigerator to ease the pain and are left with nothing but weight gain to show for it.
This is called emotional eating. It affects both men and women and it can be a tough habit to kick. But, thanks to an exotic super fruit touted by consumers and physicians alike, the unhealthy habit of emotional eating can finally become a thing of the past.