Food & Diet Podcast Episodes
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Is there any way to know how to eat “just enough”? Though there isn’t a particular science behind it, Intuitive Eating offers a proven way to establish communication between your brain and your belly. Mindfully creating awareness of what your body says it needs is the first step to understanding what “just enough” is for you. In this episode, we’re sharing Dr. Lynn Rossy's tips from the popular audiobook, "The Mindfulness Based Eating Solution (Proven Strategies to End Overeating, Satisfy Your Hunger, and Savor Your Life.”
All too often, we look at the scale to drive our health goals and not at a values-based weight loss method. Pushing too hard to reach milestones can mean a departure from who you really are or even ignoring what truly matters to you. Weight loss with self-love is possible! Don’t let the numbers and goals replace what makes you, you! Instead, find liberation in letting your values drive your weight loss. This excerpt is from the popular audiobook, "The Diet Trap: Feed Your Psychological Needs and End the Weight Loss Struggle Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy".
All too often, we perpetuate the "forbidden food" myth by telling ourselves that we should be ashamed of the foods we enjoy. But according to Dr. Lynn Rossy, author of the audiobook The Mindfulness-Based Eating Solution: Proven Strategies to End Overeating, Satisfy Your Hunger, and Savor Your Life, eating should be enjoyable. Today Dr. Rossy offers practical advice to help you leave restrictions behind, and bring curiosity, trust, and your favorite food to the table.
Expecting perfection, inviting excuses, and harboring self-doubt are all distractions that can keep you from staying on track during weight loss. Though these challenges can be discouraging, don’t let them — or your goals — stop you from living your life. Dr.s Lillis, Dahl, and Weineland, authors of the audiobook The Diet Trap, encourage you to explore what it would be like to invite imperfection, forgiveness, and perseverance into your health journey.
When you eat without shame or guilt—free of old beliefs about what you should and should not eat—the results might surprise you. Today Dr. Lynn Rossy, author of the audiobook "The Mindfulness-Based Eating Solution," covers the basics of mindful eating. Dr. Rossy shares that what you choose to eat, when you choose to eat it, and how you eat it, should be your top priorities.
In our modern society, weight concerns, obesity rates, and obsession with appearance have changed the way we look at food—and not necessarily for the better. If you have ever snacked when you weren’t hungry, used guilt as a guide for your eating habits, or cut calories even when you felt hungry, you have experienced “mindless” eating firsthand. Psychologist Dr. Susan Albers offers breakthrough mindfulness-based approaches in her audiobook “Eating Mindfully: How to End Mindless Eating and Enjoy a Balanced Relationship with Food.” No matter where you are on your journey toward mindful eating, this episode will help you gain insight into how mindfulness can provide you with the skills needed to control the way you eat—leading to a healthier, happier life
How often do you grab a meal and eat it in the car, or eat while standing over the sink, thinking about the thousand other things you need to do? When was the last time you truly savored a meal? Today we’re sharing the benefits of eating mindfully with an excerpt from psychologist Susan Albers’ audiobook “Eating Mindfully: How to End Mindless Eating and Enjoy a Balanced Relationship with Food.” Learn about the Buddha’s insights into mindful eating, and discover the joy of eating―and living―mindfully.
Dr. Jennifer Taitz, clinical psychologist and author of the audiobook “End Emotional Eating,” offers a four step process to help you learn how to handle urges of any kind, followed by an exercise to help you “urge surf,” to minimize the amount of self-control you need.
Many of us have trouble regulating our intake of some foods, as well as anxiety about our eating habits. How do we get back to feeling sane and happy around food? How can we cope with the part of our mind that never stops craving and demanding more? Psychologist Dr. Lynn Rossy, author of the audiobook “The Mindfulness-Based Eating Solution,” say the secret is in mindfulness eating.
Today we’re sharing an excerpt from "End Emotional Eating: Using Dialectical Behavior Therapy to Cope with Difficult Emotions and Develop a Healthy Relationship to Food" by Dr. Jennifer L. Taitz. If you’ve wondered about the science behind emotional eating, then you’ll appreciate this investigation into why we eat when we feel poorly, and how we can break free of that pattern.