Nutritional Neuroscience & Eating Disorder

It is challenging to foresee how feelings will affect eating, despite the significance of the complete range of feeling types in eating behaviour. Previous studies, which emphasised single contrasts, did not carefully take into account the twofold changeability of feeling-prompted changes in eating. In order to manage feelings, we can eat to manage five different types of feelings: (1) passionate control of dietary decisions; (2) enthusiastic concealment of dietary admission; (3) impediment of intellectual eating controls; (4) eating to manage feelings; and (5) feeling consistent balance of eating. Precursor circumstances, eating reactions, and intervening systems can all identify these classes.