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Podcast, Weight Coaching | May 1, 2018  | by  Shari Broder | 2 COMMENT
Managing Your Thinking to End Emotional Eating | Weight Loss for Foodies Podcast

Do you eat when you feel guilty? 

Scared? Sad? Anxious? Stressed? 

Whenever you want to eat, the first question to ask yourself is always,

Am I hungry?

If the answer is yes, go for it! Sit down and enjoy something you love. 

The harder part is when the answer is no.  You want to eat, but your body doesn’t need food yet. That’s what this podcast is about.  

We’ll explore the most powerful tool in the world, your brain, and how you can harness it's power to lose weight. 

You'll discover:

  1. Why you want to eat when you aren’t hungry 
  2. Why eating doesn’t solve anything and can actually makes you feel worse 
  3. The steps to break the emotional eating habit 

Don’t forget to sign up for access to my free Think Sheets that help you put into practice the ideas and tools you are learning in the podcast.

If you've already signed up, you can access them with your password HERE

To sign up, click on "Managing Your Thinking Think Sheet" below! 

It only takes a minute. Click the link above, then "View in iTunes" under my photo. It will launch iTunes. In iTunes, just click "Subscribe" under the name of the podcast, and it will be automatically downloaded every Tuesday morning. You can leave a review by clicking "Ratings and Reviews" and then clicking "Write a review." THANKS SO MUCH!


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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.

  1. Thank goodness I’ve never been an emotional eater. I did, however, sometimes find myself snacking out of boredom. I rarely do that now…thank goodness.

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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.