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Podcast, Weight Coaching | July 9, 2019  | by  Shari Broder | 0 COMMENT
The Joys of a Healthy Relationship with Food | Weight Loss for Foodies Podcast

Which is more important to you, losing weight or developing a healthy relationship with food and eating? 

For me, I resoundingly choose to have a healthy relationship with food. 

If you chose losing weight, perhaps you believe that once you drop those extra pounds, all of your problems will be solved and you’ll live happily ever after. Sorry, that’s a fairy tale. 

I’m not gonna lie. Losing a bunch of weight feels great. But if you are still left with a dysfunctional relationship with food, a huge part of what you do every day will still be a struggle. Plus you’ll likely gain the weight back and all of your efforts will be for nothing.

You see, you can lose weight, and be at your goal weight and still be overly obsessed with food. 

You can still be anxious about it, and waste a lot of your time and energy on it. That’s how diet-thin people live, and frankly, it sucks. It’s also totally unnecessary.

In today’s episode, I discuss what a healthy relationship with food looks and feels like (SPOILER ALERT: it is totally awesome and so liberating!), and contrast it with a dysfunctional relationship with food. Then I talk about how to have that healthy relationship while you are in the process of losing weight AND for the rest of your life.  

That’s what my clients tell me is the best part about the Weight Loss for Foodies approach. Food freedom!

If you want to develop a healthy relationship with food and eating, I can help! Check out my free webinar: Kick the Emotional Eating Habit for Good. I hope you’ll join me.  Sign up HERE




About the author 

Shari Broder

My mission is to help foodies ditch dieting and lose the weight for good. Discover what is really causing your weight issues (it isn't that you love food!), and learn how to stop obsessing about food and make peace with food and eating. Get off the diet hamster wheel once and for all and learn to eat consciously, stop emotional eating and enjoy the foods you love while permanently losing your desire to overeat.

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Meet Shari

I am now retired from weight coaching, but hope you will enjoy the  blog posts and podcasts I created.