Juggling multiple priorities in our busy lives can sometimes result in feelings of being out of control or overwhelmed. This can be especially true at the holiday season! When we feel stressed, our otherwise normal, healthy habits may slip, or be replaced by impulsive, less healthy ones. Signs of “stress-eating” may include choosing more high calorie “comfort” foods, excessive snacking, skipping meals, and over-eating food portions. With awareness and planning, you can minimize the impact of stress on your diet. Join Sandra Grenci, MS, LDN, CDCES FCHS Educator to learn some strategies to stress-proof your eating in this informative webinar!