Nov 29, 2021
Decades of research into the psychology of eating behaviors have
shown us that the more we attempt to rigidly control our eating the
more likely we are to lose that control when faced with unpleasant
thoughts and feelings, especially when these feelings arise due to
perceived “diet failure.”
Why would eating a...
Nov 19, 2021
This week marks the beginning of several weeks of holidays.
That means parties, family gatherings, and lots of food.
Thanksgiving is all about being grateful for what we have, who we are connected to in our lives.
But too often, for most, it’s all about the food.
Nov 15, 2021
In this week’s episode of the Fat Murder Podcast, co-coach,
Steph Miramontes (@soulcenteredfitness.co)
and I discuss why telling yourself no isn’t always a form of
In fact, in many instances, telling ourselves no is a form of self-respect, self-love, or self-care.
Consider a plant-based eater, like...
Nov 8, 2021
When was the last time you had a ‘bad day’?
What happened? Did the dog puke on the rug? Did your child wet the bed? Did you get into a car accident?
Visualize that day and let’s evaluate what made it bad.
Did it feel like things just happened to you that you had no control over?
Sometimes things DO...
Nov 1, 2021
All overeating is completely predictable.
Dieters think they’re powerless against food, but the truth is their thoughts are accurate predictors of what they’ll do.
What do you think before you eat (when you’re not hungry):
“I deserve this”
“I don’t know when I’ll be able to have this...