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What does your eating and feelings have in common? Why do you crave certain foods? Do you have sugar cravings? Join Frank and Blondie Clayton, and guest nutritionist and personal trainer Vera Stevens on their quest to spread the word about nutritionally sound eating habits and staying fit for life.
For our VERY FIRST radio show we are joined by JP Sears of innerawakeningsonline.com - discussing the ins and outs of the topic of Emotional Eating.
JP walks us through the origins and unmet needs of the light and shadow sides of why we eat emotionally, how to recognise when you are eating emotionally as well as some tips that you can use to coach yourself to more empowering, healthy eating habits!
Stop dieting and start living. Katharine Pike, HHC, AADP, Queen of Permanent Weight Loss joins us to teach us how we can get a hold on our emotional eating rollercoaster.
Katharine Pike, a Certified Holistic Health Coach, helps conscious business owners lose weight permanently so they expand their profits, not their waistlines.
Known as the Queen of Permanent Weight Loss, Katharine has worked with hundreds of women over the past 14 years to help them go from deprivation and diets to losing weight while eating what they love. Katharine gained and lost thousands of pounds in her 22 year journey until she finally figured out what it took to lose weight permanently. Her own journey led her to the Institute of Integrative Nutrition so she could help others who struggle.
In her cutting-edge programs Katharine combines the science of metabolism with the spirit of alignment. The result is lightness, joy and a radiance that shows up in greater confidence, energy, and success.
We will talk about how to manage your weight for real for good, without diets.
Miss Raina and Melissa will interview
MaryJo Briggs is a Spiritual Guide, Psychic Medium, and gifted transformational Author whose words are channeled from Spirit. She holds a master's degree in mental health counseling and graduated from The Arthur Ford International Academy of Mediumship and The Institute of Integrative Nutrition. She is a Board Certified Drug less Practitioner and writes on the topics of recovery from addiction, chronic disease, spirituality and holistic nutrition.
We will be discussing the process of healing emotional eating and other illnesses and how when we honor our healing path we can more easily fulfill our personal legacies.
Melissa recently worked with Mary Jo on the 21 Days to Pure BodyLove and also on an upcoming major project!!
Emotional eating, we all do it at some time. It can be mild like just comfort eating or extreme like compulsive overeating. In both cases, we are feeding our feelings and not our actual hunger. When the strong soothing effect of food becomes the main strategy to manage emotions, it can become a problem, especially if you are trying to lose weight. Lets learn to recognize emotional eating and what triggers it. Then learn to find strategies that soothe and comfort us without calories. Success handling emotional eating better can bring unexpected changes to your life! Set yourself free. So lets get started!
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Terri Lykins is a registered dietitian with twenty years' experience in clinical and holistic nutrition. She is a nationally-recognized lecturer with numerous magazine and journal publications. Her practical knowledge of nutrition , combined with God's teachngs, has created a remarkable program that enables spiritual transformation and freedom from destructive eating patterns.
Her book is called: Soul Food: A Dietitians' Guide to Nutritional Transformation
Join executive producer and host Sharon Michaels as she talks with certified life coach and author Laurel Inman of EatingWithHeart.com as Laurel shares her thoughts about overcoming emotional eating. Laurel has developed a step-by-step process that takes you to the core of your self-empowerment, away from self-sabotage and into an entirely new future of health and joy. It's all about Women Enjoying Success!
Come join Sharon's Membership site http://WomenEnjoyingSuccess.com - where monthly you'll find the most up-to-date success tools for growing yourself, your wealth and your business.
Read Sharon's blog - http://WomenWhoWantToSuccessfullyWorkForThemselves.com
Melissa will discuss her trademark program Pure BodyLove and how body image affects every aspect of our lives from our relationships to our business.
91% of women in America feel dissatisfied with some aspect of their appearance, these concerns about appearance become quite extreme and upsetting.
I am going to dive into the topic of why we have such a horrible view of our bodies, the possible reasons from the media, to our family and peers and how we can slowly start to change our belief structures around our bodies and eliminate things such as emotional eating.
Melissa's next group Pure BodyLove Program starts on March 3, 2014. This 90 Day Intensive includes all the tools needed to build confidence, change your mindset, boost your body image and heal your body eneergetically and holistically. You can find out more about Melissa's work at BodyLoveMethod.com or schedule a session to discuss this program at email@example.com
When you're happy, your food of choice could be steak or pizza, when you're sad it could be ice cream or cookies, and when you're bored it could be potato chips. Food does more than fill our stomachs -- it also satisfies feelings, and when you quench those feelings with comfort food when your stomach isn't growling, that's emotional eating.
"Emotional eating is eating for reasons other than hunger," says Jane Jakubczak, a registered dietitian at the University of Maryland. "Instead of the physical symptom of hunger initiating the eating, an emotion triggers the eating."
What are the telltale signs of emotional eating, what foods are the most likely culprits when it comes to emotional eating, and how it can be overcome? Experts help WebMD find the answers.
How to Tell the Difference
There are several differences between emotional hunger and physical hunger, according to the University of Texas Counseling and Mental Health Center web site:
1. Emotional hunger comes on suddenly; physical hunger occurs gradually.
2. When you are eating to fill a void that isn't related to an empty stomach, you crave a specific food, such as pizza or ice cream, and only that food will meet your need. When you eat because you are actually hungry, you're open to options.
3. Emotional hunger feels like it needs to be satisfied instantly with the food you crave; physical hunger can wait.
4. Even when you are full, if you're eating to satisfy an emotional need, you're more likely to keep eating. When you're eating because you're hungry, you're more likely to stop when you're full.
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