EP298: Transforming Self Sabotage for Sustainable Weight Loss with Marc David
Intellectually understanding which foods are health supportive is not always enough to yield sustainable dietary change.
Because most of us fall victim to self sabotage.
In fact, almost 95% of those who lose weight gain it all back within one year which is why in today’s podcast Eating Psychology Expert and best-selling author, Marc David, we break down how and why we self sabotage and how to transform that tendency. Here’s what you’ll learn…
- The cause of self sabotage
- How to overcome self sabotage
- The simple strategy to prevent binge eating
- The 8 eating archetypes and how to work with them for sustainable weight loss
- Common toxic nutritional beliefs (and how to overcome them)
- The little-known cause of weight loss resistance
- The best way to approach weight loss
- Why weighing yourself daily can be an issue
- How can we become “embodied” and why it’s beneficial
- How to redefine your relationship with food
- How to reduce your dependency on food as a sole source of pleasure
- And so much more!
I completed Marc’s Eating Psychology Program back in 2012 and it was life changing and I sincerely hope this conversation is as impactful for you as his program was for me.
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Marc David, M.A., is the bestselling author of the books, Nourishing Wisdom: A Mind Body Approach to Nutrition and Well-Being, and The Slow Down Diet: Eating for Pleasure, Energy, and Weight Loss, a frequent speaker and consultant, and host of the celebrated Psychology of Eating Podcast. Marc is also the Founder of The Institute for the Psychology of Eating, the world’s only health coaching program devoted to teaching the principles of Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition. With students in well over 100 countries, the Institute champions an uplifting, inclusive approach to food and body that honors each individual’s unique physiology and psychology, and that sees eating challenges as a doorway to personal growth and self-actualization.
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