We’re all intelligent, functioning human beings here.
We all know things we could be doing differently to eat better.
But we still have these sabotaging food habits and emotional eating issues where food is like our substitution for intimacy. Food helps us feel calm. It’s one of our favorite soothers.
It’s just that most of us have a relationship with our food that gives the phrase “unhealthy relationship” a totally new meaning.
But when you FIX your relationship with food, it becomes an easy, delicious way to nourish yourself, rather than being a life raft that you cling you to every day just to get through.
You feel lighter.
You like yourself better.
You feel stronger, more confident, more at ease.
You’re more peaceful in your life.
And happier. So much happier.
… Basically, all the good stuff!
Which is why fixing your relationship with food is one of the main topics in my #FixFood mission.
At the Super Size Me 10 Year Anniversary series (March 10 – 14), I’m going to interview 30+ of the hottest experts in health and nutrition.
And we’re going to get into your relationship with food!
I have so many knowledgeable and caring experts lined up: bestselling authors, neuroscientists, food psychologists, and more.
Here’s just a glimpse of what we have lined up for you. . .
Pedram Shojai will tell you how to fix your relationship with food, one bite at a time.
Neuroscientist and author Darya Rose will share new discoveries in neuroscience about how cravings are created – and she’ll give you 3 basic rules to eat for sane weight loss. (Sounds good to me!)
Trudy Scott will talk about how balancing your brain chemistry with real foods can heal emotional eating, and Robb Wolf will help you break free from dietary dogma so you can discover your perfect food style.
They are all ready to help you understand and unwire your emotional relationships with food – so I hope you’ll join us for this virtual event. (Grab your free ticket here.)