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NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 08: Snack food is displayed inside a grocery store February 8, 2006 in New York City. A new U.S. government study on nutrition has found that, contrary to popular opinion, a low fat diet does not appear to reduce the risk of cancer or heart disease. The $415 million study involved nearly 49,000 women aged between 50 and 79 who were followed for a period of eight years. In the end, those on a low-fat diet had the same rates of breast cancer, colon cancer, heart attacks and strokes as those who ate whatever they liked. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Most of us have tried a myriad of things in an attempt to lose weight, myself included. One thing the experts point to that can cause weight gain is STRESS!

Maybe addressing the stress is the real key to losing those unwanted pounds!

Mindful eating app, program helps curb snacking

A local program is helping people manage their weight through mindfulness. Watch report In the Eat Right Now app, participants practice mindfulness techniques 10 minutes a day for 28 days. Surprisingly, technology is doing most of the teaching. Eat Right Now user Donnamarie Larievy said eating was a response to stress.


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