FREE online Zoom: How to curb emotional eating

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All of us at one time or another turn to food for comfort, to boost our spirits or just when we’re bored. When this tips into regular emotional eating, it can have a negative effect on our moods, our bodies and our entire sense of well-being.

  • Let’s Talk about Emotional Eating
  • A Zoom conference to help you develop a healthier and happier relationship with food
  • Thursday, October 15th, 2020
  • 1 pm – 2 pm
  • Sign up now to get a link to join on the day

We’re delighted to promote a FREE online Zoom conference Let’s Talk About Emotional Eating that aims to address this issue, providing insight and advice in tackling emotional eating for yourself or those you love. The online event is organised by Simple+Healthy, which focuses on emotional eating.

 
Stephanie Achar of Simple+Healthy
Stéphanie Achar of Simple+Healthy

‘Emotional eaters or people with an eating disorder are hiding,’ says Stéphanie Achar, the founder of Simple+Healthy, a registered nutritional therapist and organiser of the online event. ‘They often live in secrecy and feel guilty and ashamed of their relationship with food.’

‘The aim of the event is to put our guilt aside and take care of ourselves,’ says Achar, who provides nutritional coaching. ‘I’ve invited five health & wellbeing practitioners to share their wisdom to support emotional eaters.

‘Whether you practice mindfulness, see a psychologist or a nutritional therapist or simply want to take curb emotional eating, self-care is key to re-establish a healthy relationship with food,’ she says.

The Zoom will feature*:

  • Deanne Jade, Psychologist and Owner of the National Centre for Eating Disorders
  • Anne Bizot-burgess, Psychoanalytical Psychotherapist
  • Sophie McGrath, Sophrologist
  • Marcelle Rose, Nutritional Therapist & Health Coach
  • Stéphanie Achar, Nutritional Therapist & Health Coach
  • Imogen Culshaw, Moderator
 

We can “treat” and “nourish” ourselves in ways that are healthy and transformative.

— Stéphanie Achar

You can check out some of Stephanie’s delicious recipes on her site, get 5 tips for mindful eating and discover tips for emotional eaters.

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  1. 23 November 2020 / 19:04

    You know, I think this is about me. Since childhood, since about the time I went to school, I began to notice that thanks to my father I began to really just overeat and, roughly speaking, stress-eating. That is, food has become not just nutrients for me, but salvation and a pill from anxiety. As soon as I ate something tasty, it was as if I rewarded myself and it became easier for me. Therefore, I don’t even know who we should turn to first of all – a nutritionist or a psychologist?