Tag: eating psychology

4 Ways to Lose Weight this Year Without Going on a Diet

Of the Top 10 New Years Resolutions from 2017, #1 was “Lose Weight / Healthier Eating”. I expect this particular resolution is in the top 3, if not #1, year over year. It’s widely believed the most popular way to lose weight is to diet. While the tides are starting to shift, the diet industry…
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What Your Diet Plan Should NOT Look Like

Are you still working to stick to a diet plan? This post uses an example to illustrate some reasons why popular diets fail, and how you can transform your diet plan into a nourishment plan.

Live Your Life, Love Your Food

There was a time in my life where I was obsessed with food, and like all obsessions, this one took some time to unravel. When I was being good, I was following someone else’s plan about how and what I should eat. Certain foods were off-limits, though if I’m honest with myself, I wasn’t entirely…
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Good food will heal what ails you

One of the ways I work with people as an Eating Psychology Coach is to get them back in touch with how pleasurable food can be. In the Chakras Tune-up workshop this past weekend, we talked about how second (sacral) chakra issues revolve around pleasure, and how the energy in this part of the body…
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Please don’t lose your love for food

A few weeks ago I attended a Hatha yoga class, and as I was leaving, I heard half a parting conversation between two ladies. The woman closest to me (who I actually didn’t see as she was behind me), said: “Get something delicious OK? I don’t want anything healthy!” I’m pretty sure the other woman…
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An Experiment with Triphala for Sleep

Regardless, drinking even the weak version before bed HAS seemed to help me sleep a little bit better. In fact, some nights I notice that drinking just half the cup makes me feel tired. And that’s totally worth putting some powder in a mug and letting it sit on the counter for 8 hours!

Stop beating yourself up…

…over what you weigh …over what you eat …over your lack of willpower …over a stupid scale …over how you seem to sabotage yourself every time you think you’re close to meeting your goals. There’s a better, simpler, and kinder way. Learn how to love yourself and your body through Eating Psychology Coaching. Mention “2014HOLIDAYSPECIAL”…
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Interested in learning a new way to navigate the holiday food frenzy?

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Upcoming Workshop Announcement!

Mind-Body Nutrition for Busy People: Explore 5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Relationship with Food & Your Body When: Sunday, June 8, 2014 1-4 pm Where: Broadstone Crossing Apartments (Common Room) 12430 Metric Blvd, Austin TX 78758 Spend too much time & energy on what’s wrong with your body? Tried everything when it comes to…
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