Emotional eating affects both men and women. It may be caused by a number of factors, including stress, hormonal changes, or mixed hunger cues. Also, it can be a habit or trauma that plays a part.
In this episode we cover:
Alway's had struggled with sugar at a young age
We don't have to always eat when we are social with our friends
Our brain lights up with sugar
What is the Habit Loop?
You need to love yourself to make changes
Trauma can be why you are emotional eating
Do you have a strong reason why you want to stop emotional eating?
It takes a lot of brain space when you are addicted to sugar
Can you have that sugar tomorrow?
What is the river of misery?
Pim is a Nutritionist (MSc), certified Cravings Coach and sugar addict in recovery. For the last 20+ years she has been helping clients get healthy by changing their diet and lifestyle, while being unable to quit sugar herself. Five years ago, she discovered that her cravings were not related to the food that she ate or any deficiencies in her diet. She was eating emotionally, despite not identifying as an emotional eater. She got help from an experienced weight loss coach who dealt with cravings management and she is now at a place where she can control her eating at all times and teaches others to do the same by re-programming their brains to respond to cravings differently.
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