Nutrition and Psychology
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 :-)

PS – End your battle with food and gain lasting confidence in your ability to control your weight with the Emotional Eating Power Pack

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