If you asked people to post a status update on their relationship with food, most would say "It's Complicated." We aspire to eat healthfully but find ourselves making hasty food choices driven by stress and convenience. Or we treat ourselves to a decadent dessert but feel so guilty we don't even enjoy it. The truth is we can't make good food decisions if we don't deeply examine our relationship with food.
In The Food Therapist, Shira Lenchewski offers listeners an ongoing one-on-one food therapy session, revealing the root causes of our emotional hang-ups around food and providing the necessary tools to overcome them. This practical and judgment-free guide helps listeners hone the skills needed to put their get-healthy intentions into daily action, such as planning ahead wisely, tuning into their fullness cues, and harnessing willpower (even when life gets messy).
Lenchewski also offers easy-to-follow, tasty recipes aimed at rebalancing our hormones and conquering our cravings without deprivation. The Food Therapist is a refreshingly modern resource that helps us finally un-complicate our relationship with food and our bodies. We can then focus our efforts on making thoughtful, healthy choices, day in and day out, which serve our ultimate goals, whatever they may be.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.
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I have sought so much guidance on healthy eating—whether this be books, online articles, podcasts, experts on social media, friends and family—you name it I’ve researched. It’s such an overload of information and ultimately all gets muddled.
For reference, I would say I’m fairly healthy and have been for the last year, but still would fall into the trap of snacking at night, and allowing myself too much at celebrations and special occasions.
This book, already has felt like a game changer. It gives context for how and why I’m acting the way I am and how to change it in a realistic way. She does a fantastic job making associations with how you function or treat people in your life and looking at treating your relationship with food that way.
Amidst all of the noise out there, this was a game changer. Something clicked reading this and this is what I’d recommend to friends or family. (I bought a hard copy too.)
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