How Tina Cut Back Her Nighttime Eating


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After being on the show and hearing what Dr. Rosser and Dr. Oz had to say, I realized that all my night eating was “above the neck,” and never had to do with hunger. Since being on the show I have put to practice what Dr. Rosser showed me. After seeing the numbers of Dr. Oz’s Truth Tube and realizing that my night eating was 69% of my daily calories, I knew I needed to change!

When nighttime comes around and all I want to do is eat the stresses of my day away, the first thing I do is set a timer for five minutes and try very hard to get my mind off of eating. I try to use my time in a way that will keep my hands busy and my mind off food. Dr. Rosser suggested I use a food mood journal. Writing down how I am feeling at those times when I have wanted to eat has really helped me. Instead of stuffing the way I am feeling with food, I put those feelings to the page by journaling.


It’s hard not to buy the foods I like because my son likes those foods too. He is a teenager and can eat whatever foods he wants whenever he wants. I don’t have that luxury, being over 40. Having the food here in my house means I need to sometimes set myself up for failure like Dr. Rosser suggested. I have the nighttime foods I eat (to satisfy my head) set up in very small portions. Doing it this way has been surprisingly satisfying and has helped me from going overboard on calories at night. I am happy to say since being on the show and putting the things Dr. Rosser told me into practice I have not seen the scale continue to rise!

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