Holiday Overindulgence Making You Feel Sick?

Holiday Overindulgence Making You Feel Sick?

You may be someone who is SO booked with parties and Christmas prep that, despite your best attempts, this triggers you to eat and drink more than you’d like. You feel tired, puffy and bloated, and may gain 5 to 10 lbs by New Years. Worse yet, you always seem to get...
Emotional Eating and Dieting Through The Holidays

Emotional Eating and Dieting Through The Holidays

The Holidays Season is coming! Do you love this time of year? It’s a great time to connect with family and friends. It’s also a time that we may need a little bit more supportive self-care to get through the holidays HONOURING ourselves. You may be someone who...
Emotional Struggles & Holiday Eating Part 1

Emotional Struggles & Holiday Eating Part 1

The Holiday Season is coming! Do you love this time of year? It’s a great time to connect with family and friends. It’s also a time that we may need a little bit more supportive self-care to get through the holidays HONOURING ourselves. You may be someone who...
Skipping Meals and Blood Sugar Imbalances

Skipping Meals and Blood Sugar Imbalances

Many people I know have a mentality that is “if I skip breakfast or eat less today maybe I will lose weight.” Most people have been conditioned to think less calories in means more fat will be burned, when that is definitely not the case. Skipping meals...
Diet Conditioning and Your Children

Diet Conditioning and Your Children

Did you know that more than 75% of women that I have talked to had one or both parents tell them they were fat or needed to go on a diet as a child? This triggered body image issues, emotional eating and negative self-talk as they grew up and may still be deeply...
Emotional Eating and Cortisol Levels

Emotional Eating and Cortisol Levels

Do you often emotionally eat when you are stressed, tired, bored or watching television? Do you find that no matter how much you sleep you are always tired? You may be struggling with a cortisol imbalance that is fueled by emotional eating. Cortisol is a stress...

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