It can be hard not to overeat. You eat a healthy meal at home, think you’re doing well, then you head out (to almost any destination) and are surrounded by junk food. You get hungry, and pretty soon you’re at the local burger joint, diet forgotten. Or maybe you stick to the “right” foods, but …
How to stop overeating when you’re already full. Have you ever eaten, acknowledged that you were full, but then continued to eat some more? And then felt SO FULL that you could barely walk and only wanted to lie down and sleep? You might also have uttered something like ‘why did I eat so much’ while clutching at your stomach and popping the button on your jeans, secretly wishing you wore your ‘Joey’ pants.
THE BEST WORKOUT FOR OVEREATING: Boost digestion, open the front of the body, and increase circulation to the abdominal organs with some gentle, yoga-inspired stretches from Sarah Levey, co-founder of Y7 Studio in New York City and certified yoga instructor, who demonstrates the moves below. Hold each pose for as long as you'd like, or perform them one after another. Do this workout at home or at the gym — you can do this on the go and whenever you have free time. Find the full workout and
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