A recent study from Cornell University showed that people use food to maintain or regain a good mood. If you’re already in a good mood, you tend to eat more healthfully than if you’re in a bad mood. Understanding why we make bad food choices in bad moods can help us to make better choices.

How do you turn a “bad mood food brood” into a healthier choice? What strategies do you offer clients who struggle with poor food choices dictated by mood?

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