While you're sleeping, you might be taking a break from your daily activities, but your body is still taking care of business! Sleep has some amazing benefits when it comes to natural appetite regulation and our healthiest nutritional metabolism. In this informative podcast episode, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explains how eating before bed impacts sleep, why we often feel tired and toxic in the morning, how to maximize your capacity to heal and regenerate while you sleep, and more. This is a practical video with lots of great tips that you won’t want to miss!
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 Arielle, 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. In her first session, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating helped Arielle 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. Tune in now as Marc does a follow-up session with Arielle. You’ll get a chance to see how she’s progressed since her first session, and the results are inspirational!
When it comes to food and nutrition, there's one question on just about everyone's mind: What should I eat? With hundreds of self-proclaimed diet experts vying for our attention, each claiming to have figured out the number one best way to eat for weight loss, longevity, radiant health and perfect happiness, it can be very challenging to determine what's right for you. Luckily, your body has some tried and true wisdom that can help you make the best food choices for your unique metabolic needs. Tune in to this fascinating new podcast episode where Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, shares some practical tips and encouragement that will help you find your own answer to that age-old question!
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. In her first session, Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, revealed some surprising lessons that Clara needed to 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. Tune in now as Marc does a follow-up session with Clara. You’ll get a chance to see the great progress she’s made since her first session!
Imagination is an incredibly powerful force, especially when it comes to the human body. With focused and repeated thoughts, we literally shape our physical experience. As a direct result of the beliefs we hold in our minds, some people can walk across hot coals or heal from illness by means of an unexplained “placebo effect” - while other beliefs can lead to damaging behaviors that undermine health. Most of us are continually shaping our physical bodies through our unconscious beliefs - but what if we could use our minds to consciously change our bodies? Join Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, as she explores the very tangible power of imagination to impact our body in this fascinating new podcast episode!
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. In Kathleen's first poignant and powerful session, Marc David helped her to learn some unique and unusual weight loss strategies that are unlike anything you might have ever imagined. Tune in now as Marc does a follow-up session with Kathleen. You’ll get a chance to see how she’s progressed since her first session, and the results are remarkable!
These days, many people embrace mindful eating as a way to become more present with meals and more aware of food’s effects on us. We can take this helpful practice even deeper when we understand that our whole bodies have important information to share when it comes to making the eating choices that best support our health and wellbeing. If we’ve struggled with our relationship with food, we may tend to distrust our body's signals, but there is no better source of feedback about how to nourish ourselves in the best possible way for our own unique metabolic needs. Join Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, as she shares five simple but powerful ways to practice “whole body eating” in this inspiring new podcast episode.
Robin is 55 but eats like a 15 year old without any rules. The problem is, her extra weight has become a health risk - and she doesn’t have much control of her eating, despite being well educated and motivated. She is a mature, hard working woman who’s super-smart and gets things done, yet there’s this part of her that completely derails her. In her first session, Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, helped Robin discover a part of herself that she never even knew, and gave some powerful advice on how she can finally find freedom with food. Tune in now as Marc does a follow-up session with Robin. You’ll get a chance to see how she’s progressed since her first session, and the results are uplifting.
Have you ever noticed that your personality changes when you’re hungry? Some people become short-tempered or emotional when it’s been too long since they’ve eaten, while others might feel spacey or disconnected. Most of us have experienced one or more of these reactions at some point in our lives. But what if we keep our bodies in a constant state of hunger by limiting our intake of food? If we’re restricting calories, protein, or essential fats, hunger might be impacting our personality in ways we would never have imagined. In this compelling new podcast episode, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, takes an honest look at the effects long-term hunger can have on everything from our relationships with loved ones to our outlook on life.
When you make a living helping others get in shape and look good, it can be painful to think that you yourself aren’t measuring up and looking the part. After a lifetime of dieting, exercise and even hitting her perfect target weight, Liz still wasn’t happy, nor could she maintain her ideal body. She was under a constant pressure to make sure she looked like everyone seemed to expect a fitness expert should. In Liz's first powerful session, Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, helped her to learn a deep life lesson and finally see daylight and a way through her predicament. Tune in now as Marc does a follow-up session with Liz. You’ll get a chance to see how she’s progressed since her first session, and the results are extraordinary.