Men and Binge Eating

Today I discuss the specific reasons men binge eat as opposed to women, as well as the distinct solutions that I have seen work with my male clients. http://eatingcoach.libsyn.com/ec-93-men-and-binge-eating Subscribe to This Podcast in… because not every episode is published here on the blog Shownotes *Quote of The Week* …comes from Marc David, founder of […]

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Can Changing Your Diet Heal Your Depression? With Joan Sotkin

“The fact that I wasn’t depressed anymore was to me the most amazing thing”: From Suicidal Depressive to Dynamic Septuagenerian   Shownotes *Stupid Idea of The Week* ….is the idea that changing the language of the diet industry with no mindshifting makes any difference whatsoever to the misery it is inflicting on millions. *Main section* In […]

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Podcast: De-Clutter and De-Binge

Is there a link between clutter and compulsion? And I’m not just talking about physical clutter – there’s the invisible, digital and mental versions to contend with. Shownotes *Stupid Idea of The Week* Manscaping. Yes it is a thing. No comment…or rather a few minutes of LOTS of comment. *Main section* This episode is for […]

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6 Years Sugar-Free

Is it really possible to move beyond the one month detox and make sugar-free a permanent thing? On the week that I celebrate my 6th anniversary being 95% free of processed sugar, I give you 5 key ideas that have really made the difference for me . Plus an interview with Lori Massicot from the […]

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Podcast: Is Cheese Addictive? (EC 56)

Is cheese addictive? As for so many foodstuffs, scientists cannot agree. If however, you feel compulsive around Wallace and Gromit’s favourite snackable, this episode has some ideas to help navigate yet another minefield of confusion in the world of nutrition.   http://eatingcoach.libsyn.com/ec-56-is-cheese-addictive Shownotes *Stupid Idea of The Week* “The huge online gaming craze Fortnite is […]

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