In a recent study, women who were stressed out before eating a meal with the fat and calorie equivalent of a double-burger and fries burned 104 fewer calories than women who weren’t feeling stressed. Over the course of a year, that lower rate of calorie burning could add up to a weight gain of almost 11 pounds. Keep healthy food in your fridge so that when those inevitable stressors rear their heads you’ve got a good option to grab for.

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