Eating for pleasure is a huge part of what drives our eating. We all know how uninteresting eating becomes when we have a cold and we can’t taste anything. There’s simply not much pleasure in it. I remember reading an article about a woman who lost her sense of taste after a dental work disaster…Details
My struggle with weight gain began at age twelve while recuperating from a horseback riding accident that required two months in traction in the hospital and three months in a body cast. During that sedentary period, I gained 25 pounds and a developed a huge desire for sweets … continue reading
The approach is holistic. First working with nutrition in a functional way, meaning understanding how to eat to correct underlying health issues which often create cravings and leads to sabotage. Secondly, understanding how to uncover and change the habits and reasons why we keep diving into foods when we know we shouldn’t. This is eating psychology.
Integrating nutrition and the psychology of eating is what makes Staley’s approach unique and creates results that are effective and lasting, especially when targeting sugar cravings, insulin resistance, pre-diabetes, and extra weight.
- Has food become your go-to remedy for emotions and stress?
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Emotional eating connected to procrastination has become very prevalent. Together these intertwining habits create short-term relief and long-term misery. Do you ever use eating to procrastinate? If so, have you considered that it is a form of emotional eating self-sabotage? Here’s a classic story as relayed by my client Julie. Julie has a huge pile…Details
“I eat when I’m bored!” is one of the most common statements I hear from clients. Since I hear it so often, I have learned how commonplace it is for all of us to engage in emotional eating from boredom. It might even be our #1 eating self-sabotage! Emotional eating = M&Ms Have you ever…Details