It seems like we’re constantly bombarded with a huge array of “Thou Shall Not” messaging around food today. Gluten is bad. Dairy is inflammatory. Soy is no good. Corn is GMO…the list goes on and on.
Most people are frustrated about not being able to really eat anything anymore…always worried about the health fallout.
Although its true that food ingredients have really taken a turn for the worst and much of the food we eat comes from unnatural sources, there’s something really missing in this conversation which revolves around how we think and feel around food.
The Psychology of Eating is a very interesting subject that is getting much attention now as, in the modern world, we’ve run into new issues around food. It used to be that we were happy to have food on the table and ate it heartily. Now, although there surely are issues with hunger and malnutrition in the West, the majority of people have access to enough calories and are still worried about food. What is this? What has changed and how can we look at food differently so it takes away all of the stress around the subject?
This is the topic of this great video interview with Marc David and Emily Rosen. Its a real high level conversation with two experts who deal with thousands of clients who suffer from “food psychology” issues daily. Let’s face it- we’ve all got a bit of this and it is TIME to have this conversation.
Also, if this information speaks to you, there is a free webinar with Marc and Emily on December 11th at 3 pm PST where you can see about doing this meaningful work as a career.
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