If you, your clients or your members need some help with food relationships, then this could be the nutritional program for you!
What is your reality when it comes to how you view food? Do you want to change that reality? If you’ve ever made room for dessert even though you’re already full or dived into a tub of ice cream when you’re feeling down, then you’ve experienced mindless emotional eating.
Many people use food and alcohol as a way to escape their reality. So many of my clients over the years have told me when they first started looking at making changes to their diet they didnt’ enjoy eating; it was either something they did to keep full or they were using food to escape their reality. Food and alcohol were being used as coping mechanisms and, m=ore to the point, they had no connection or mindfulness around food and the impact it was having on them.
If you or someone you know would like to feel free when it comes to eating, feel less anxious, less bored, less depressed (for example), and remove the anger and loneliness associated with food, then learning how to take a mindful approach to eating will prove helpful. This is because changing the way you think about food helps you isolate the thoughts or feelings that might sabotage weight loss. The key is to challenge those thoughts and reframe them.
Zoe Bingley-Pullin – nutritionist and chef, and the co-host on Good Chef Bad Chef – has launched her Falling In Love With Food Program, which will help you look at your relationship between with food.
Says Zoe, “I will provide you with tools that will help you practice a more mindful approach to eating and drinking that will improve how you eat, exercise, and even how you sleep. Remember, mindfulness and awareness can also help improve the food relationships that your children, friends and family experience as well.”
To find out more about this eight-week journey of transformation, click here.