Have you ever found yourself in a situation like this? You run out the door in the morning with breakfast in hand - something portable that you can eat in the car during your commute. Lunchtime comes before you know it, but you still have lots to do, so you eat in front of your computer while you type. At the end of the day, you’re too hungry to wait for a home-cooked meal; instead, you hit the drive-through window and you’re finished with your dinner before you even get home. Later, you may not feel very well, and you might wonder if something is wrong with your digestion. But in fact, your digestion may be functioning perfectly. It’s just doing something you don’t want it to do - namely, keeping energy in reserve for fight or flight, because your fast, distracted eating throughout the day has signaled your system that you’re under threat. In this eye-opening new podcast episode, Emily Rosen explains why these common eating behaviors can make it harder for us to digest our meals, even if we’re eating nothing but the healthiest foods. If you’re one of the many people who don’t think they have time for a lunch break, you won’t want to miss this video. Spend five minutes with us now, and you just may change your metabolism for good!
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