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Why you might eat…right after eating

Apr 30, 2017 | Tags: Feminine Practice, overeating, | No Comments

Today we’re exploring a very specific pattern I see with clients.

Women who take pride in getting things done, often report a habit of eating…after having eaten.

Take Sally for example:

Sally’s work day is ending. She gets home, starts thinking about dinner. She pulls a bag of organic Asian veggies out of the freezer to make a quick stir-fry.

She sits down to enjoy.  She’s approaching “satisfied,” even “full” but next thing she knows, she’s getting another helping, and then having a couple handfuls of chips…then a little icecream.

No, she’s not binge eating. She just ends up feeling really full. She knows that she was satisfied earlier, so why did she keep eating?  (more…)



Why you ate too much peanut butter…

Jan 15, 2017 | Tags: overeating, trigger foods, | No Comments

Wondering how it’s possible a health-conscious woman like you can “go unconscious” eating spoonfuls of nut butter in one sitting? (more…)



Why sensitive women eat too much sugar

Mar 27, 2016 | Tags: eating psychology, overeating, sugar, | No Comments

I am very recently home from a third trip to Peru within the last 13 months or so. Each experience I’ve had has been ENTIRELY different. During this recent adventure, I experienced the vast polarity between blissful, ecstatic states the region is known for and the heavier grit and shadow side that the city of Iquitos seems to carry. (more…)



Food for Thought for “Emotional Eaters”


Here’s some quick food for thought if you dub yourself as an “emotional eater”:

Consider that overeating or binge eating can sometimes act as a placeholder for self-care boundaries. (more…)



How to Recover from a Holiday Sugar Binge


Reflecting on my own eating history, I remember the anxiety that would accompany holiday gatherings. I’d feel so worried about what food was going to be available and wondered whether or not I’d be able to make it to the other side without having ruined my diet. Even with the best of intentions, I often found myself over-indulging in sugar by the end of the day and feeling frustrated afterwards. (more…)



Are You a Highly Sensitive Eater?

Oct 30, 2014 | Tags: food allergies, overeating, | No Comments

Are you a sensitive soul?

About 20% of the population fall into the category that research psychologist and author, Elaine Aron, calls “High Sensitivity” or being a “Highly Sensitive Person.” (more…)



Do you Binge Eat? (Guest post 2012)


I am fascinated with binge eating. Not only have I experienced it myself, but have also spent many hours coaching women who struggle with this painful eating pattern. (more…)



2 Ways to Balance a Funky Mood (with food!)

Feb 14, 2014 | Tags: energy, overeating, self sabotage, | No Comments

When we think about food, we usually think about how the food will affect our bodies, our weight, or our digestion. Food is also medicinal for our moods and energetic state. The latter may feel far more subtle. (more…)



Overeating: Triggers for Introverts & Extroverts

Sep 30, 2013 | Tags: overeating, | No Comments

The topic of introversion and extroversion has been on my mind the past few weeks as I was preparing a nutritional workshop that I led this past weekend that briefly touched on the subject in relation to energy and fatigue.

It was such a pleasure and honor to offer information and insight to those drawn to the class content.  I had a great time!  To be fair (and in the spirit of our topic) I must say it was equally pleasurable, as well as necessary, to spend about 45 minutes on the couch after teaching to recharge my batteries! (more…)



Sugar/Carb Attacks? 5 important questions to ask yourself

Sep 15, 2013 | Tags: overeating, simple strategies, | No Comments

I don’t know about you, but I love this time of year when the air starts to have a little more bite in the morning and evening. I feel inspired to use the oven more. And sleep more.

As we continue our transition into Fall, the season calls us to draw inward while life often demands more of our energy and time.

This opposition can lead to imbalance over time if we do not pepper in practices that help us stay centered and grounded. This sensitive gal has to be particularly mindful of grounding, getting adequate rest, and eating supportive foods.  (more…)



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