Lee has been struggling to lose weight for over 30 years. He feels uncomfortable in his body and would like to lose 150 pounds to relieve the stress on his knees and ankles. Each time Lee has tried to follow a diet, it ended in a backlash of compulsive eating. He knew that he was approaching dieting from a place of hostility toward his body, but he couldn't seem to find a different way to create the change he longed for, until his first session with Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, where Marc helped him to see that he still has some inner work to do around his feelings about being adopted. Tune in to this inspiring follow-up session and see how Lee has been able to step into his mature masculinity.
Have you hit a plateau in your weight loss efforts? Maybe you know the feeling: you count calories, you plan your meals perfectly, but the numbers on the scale simply refuse to change. This can be especially frustrating when a diet that was effective for a while suddenly stops producing results. If your efforts to lose weight by following a particular eating plan have stalled, you won't want to miss this illuminating new podcast episode. Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explains why the best way to get unstuck just might be to look beyond food food you're eating and consider some other key factors in your lifestyle. These great tips may be the missing pieces for you or someone you care about.
Sometimes, getting close to achieving our goals for our ideal body can be pretty scary. After all, our body may have altered its weight, shape, or appearance in the past because that's what it thought we needed to keep us safe. Lindsey has done plenty of self exploration and healing work, and she's now ready to take it to the next level and release the last remaining challenges: an extra 10 pounds, chronic eczema, and a less than friendly body image. In an earlier session, Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, coached Lindsey toward accepting and empowering herself as a beautiful young woman. Tune in now and see how Lindsey has progressed on her journey to connect the dots between her past, her dreams, and her struggles with emotional eating.
How's your gut feeling today? If your digestive system is functioning at it should be, chances are, you won't notice a thing, except maybe how good you feel. But if something's not working quite right, your gut will definitely let you know. If you've been experiencing digestive symptoms and you're not sure why, you won't want to miss this fascinating new podcast episode, where Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explains three very common factors that could be contributing to your discomfort. These digestive challenges affect so many people today, but the good news is, there strategies that are simple, effective, and in many cases, completely free. Tune in to learn how you can start feeling better right now!
Mara is a self-described research junkie. She loves learning about health, wellness, and good nutrition, and she's in tune with her body's signals. But despite all her knowledge, she's frustrated because she finds herself turning to food for comfort, and can't seem to break out of a pattern of emotional eating. She dislikes her body shape and wants to lose weight, but hates how restrictive most diet plans are. In this thought-provoking session, Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, helps Mara to take a closer look at the target weight she's chosen for herself, and prompts her to ask some deeper questions about what she truly wants to change in her life. Tune in as Marc coaches Mara to start putting her energy toward a different and more powerful goal.
With so many diet plans out there, it can be hard to separate the truly helpful advice from the fluff. If you're contemplating making a change in your eating style, you may be reading up on a variety of methods that promise to help you lose weight and feel better. But how can you decide which approach is right for you? In this straight-shooting new podcast episode, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, helps narrow the field by breaking down 5 weight loss strategies that simply don't work - and may even take you farther away from your goals. And once these have been ruled out, Emily offers some timeless wisdom to help you tell which nutritional approaches can have real potential!
Iris has hated her body for more than 40 years, continually beating herself up for being 10 to 20 pounds overweight. When she looks at photos of herself from years ago, she realizes that there was never anything wrong with her - but the habit of negative self talk is so deeply ingrained, she fears she'll never be able to shake it. Wanting to be free from self hate, she came to Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, for advice. Tune in as Marc gives Iris some straight talk, some tough love, and some solid life coaching around the deeper spiritual lessons at play to help her jumpstart a new, positive attitude toward her body.