Nutritionists: Don't rationalize bad diet habits

07/29/2013 | Health.com

Overeating but promising to work out later and having salads all week to allow for splurging all weekend are two ways people rationalize bad diet habits, but nutrition experts say they often do not work. Registered dietitian Evelyn Tribole says overeating leads to a disconnect between a person and their body, so the focus should always be on hunger, fullness and satisfaction during eating.

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