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Teleconference Replay:

Sunday, May 2nd, 2010
I thought you might like to hear how the Feeding Your Soul(tm)
process works with some real life participants.
So when Chuck Batson asked to interview me for his Raw Foods
list, I agreed provided he let me use the tapes.
It turns out we both learned quite a bit…
I think of Raw Foods as “Craving Killers”… not so much as
a fanatical diet (you know I hate that word).  I genuinely
believe that a good percentage of our cravings for sugar
and starch could be better classed as a “green deficiency”
than a food craving.
Glenn and I constantly find the more greens we add to our
diet, the less we crave our “unhealthy” favorites.
Anyway, it was a GREAT interview (but it DOES start a little
bit slowly, please give it 10 minutes to warm up!)
Have a listen now, won’t you?

I thought you might like to hear how the Feeding Your Soul(tm) process works with some real life participants.  So when Chuck Batson asked to interview me for his Raw Foods list, I agreed provided he let me use the tapes.

It turns out we both learned quite a bit…

I think of Raw Foods as “Craving Killers”… not so much as a fanatical diet (you know I hate that word).  I genuinely believe that a good percentage of our cravings for sugar and starch could be better classed as a “green deficiency” than a food craving.

Glenn and I constantly find the more greens we add to our diet, the less we crave our “unhealthy” favorites.  Anyway, it was a GREAT interview (but it DOES start a little bit slowly, please give it 10 minutes to warm up!)

Have a listen now, won’t you?

Oh, and you should also have a look at Chuck’s Raw Food Diet Now (our affiliate link).   Chuck did a WONDERFUL job reviewing the research on Raw Foods and presenting some very practical advice on how to incorporate it into your lifestyle.  Your body will thank you!

Nutrition and Psychology

Sunday, May 2nd, 2010
It’s tempting for those of us who really believe in the EMOTIONAL
side of overeating to consider psychology to be the be-all/end-all
solution.  “As soon as I solve my emotional problems, my eating
problems will disappear”.
Well, as powerful an impact as emotion has on eating, the reverse
is ALSO true, and understanding how nutrition impacts your
psychology is a critical component of learning how to control
your weight without guilt, stress, or deprivation.
Marla Friedman, Ph.D. is my special guest for today’s interview,
which I hope you’ll find as incredibly empowering as I did.
Please have a listen now…

It’s tempting for those of us who really believe in the EMOTIONAL side of overeating to consider psychology to be the be-all/end-all solution.  As in … “As soon as I solve my emotional problems, my eating problems will disappear”.

Well, as powerful an impact as emotion has on eating, the reverse is ALSO true, and understanding how nutrition impacts your psychology is a critical component of learning how to control your weight without guilt, stress, or deprivation.

Marla Friedman, Ph.D. is my special guest for today’s interview, which I hope you’ll find as incredibly empowering as I did.

Please have a listen now…

Sharon :-)

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