It’s no secret that what we eat is important for good health, but did you know that WHO you are when you eat can also have a profound impact on your nutritional status? As it turns out, we have many different “personalities” that populate our inner world, and each of these personas may very well have its own unique metabolism! Tune in to this fascinating episode as Emily Rosen, director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating shares about the science and psychology of our nutritional personalities, and how knowledge of this phenomenon can make a big difference in our health, and our relationship with food.
Kim has been struggling with her weight for 28 years, and in the last 3 years she’s been dealing with low energy and fatigue. She has a solid knowledge of health and nutrition, has worked hard to lose weight and get her energy back, but is now feeling stuck and discouraged. Nothing is working, and she’s hit a dead end. Tune in to this episode as Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating helps Kim discover an unexpected and surprising way through her weight and energy struggles that requires Kim to radically change her dieting and health strategies, and her outlook on life.
Many of us get locked into a way of eating that has us reaching for the same handful of foods choices day in and day out. Indeed, it often seems easy and natural to get accustomed to a specific and limited menu. But is this a nutritionally sound strategy? Or should we be creating more dietary variety to ensure good health? Tune into this unique episode as Emily Rosen, director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating shares about the nutritional benefits and drawbacks of a limited diet, and an expanded one. You just might be surprised at what you learn!
Anastasia is a smart and loving woman who finds herself in a fascinating conundrum. She’s always wanted to be thin, and when she finally lost the last bunch of weight to get there, she was stressed about keeping it off, and then she found herself pregnant. And as hard as it is to admit, she feels disgusted with her “fat” pregnant body. Anastasia knows she should be seeing things differently, but she simply cannot stop the self-attacking thoughts. Tune in to this fascinating episode as Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating helps Anastasia with some great insights, powerful coaching and a no nonsense approach.
Most of us have been taught to think that good nutrition is all about the nutrients in our food, and that the better the vitamin and mineral profile of what we eat, the more our metabolism will benefit. Of course this is true, but there’s so much more to the story. It’s time to reinvent how we see nutrition, so let’s start with redefining Vitamin A. Tune in to this eye opening episode as Emily Rosen, director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating shares about the metabolic power of the new Vitamin A - Authenticity. This essential “nutrient” can make a huge difference in our energy, our health, and our personal power in the world.
Our 20s are often a time of great change and flux, and a time when we want to feel our healthiest and sexiest. But for Ariel, sugar seems to be getting in the way of her finding her natural weight. What’s more, her challenge with managing sugar has her feeling less confident about life and hungry for some answers. Tune in as Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating helps Ariel discover that her sweet tooth is here to teach her some important life lessons - the kind of lessons that can help her grow and finally become the powerful young woman that she knows she is destined to become.
The world is built upon mathematics, physics and numbers. And each and every one of us is dramatically impacted by certain numbers - such as the numbers in our bank account, the number of calories we eat, or the number on the scale. The problem is, far too many of us give the number of pounds that we weigh a supreme amount of importance - often to the detriment of our happiness. Tune in as Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute or the Psychology of Eating shares some great insights about the psychology of numbers and how you can free and empower yourself when it comes to food, body, and weight.
Clara grew up surrounded by a dieting mentality and feeling shame about her body. She always felt that something was wrong with her and needed to be fixed so she could finally be lovable. The problem is, she’s forever trying to lose weight that just won’t come off. Tune in to this great episode as Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, reveals some surprising lessons that Clara must learn to put her body in the optimum state of calorie burning, and put her mind in the right place so she can stop fighting herself and discover her true power and her natural weight.
Cleansing and detoxifying the body is one of the most fascinating and useful nutritional strategies of our times. It can make a powerful difference when it comes to health, weight, energy and more. What most people don’t know is that there’s an important component to the success of a cleanse that has nothing to do with the food or juice or broth we consume - but has everything to do with our inner world. Tune in to this fascinating episode as Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating shares about the secret psychology of cleansing and how to turbocharge the detox process by using the power of mind and emotions.
Imagine carrying around 90 extra pounds for a lifetime that was triggered by trauma and abuse ages ago. Imagine exercising and dieting for years in a diligent way and losing almost nothing. What would you do? Can that weight ever come off? Stories like this are more common than most people realize. And when all the traditional approaches fail, it’s time to try some unusual and unexpected approaches. Tune into this poignant and powerful episode as Marc David helps Kathleen learn some unique and unusual weight loss strategies that are unlike anything you might have ever imagined.