Join Heather as she welcomes guest Sara Somers to the podcast. Sara has a very personal and riveting story to tell about her own food addiction journey. Sara has now been in recovery since 2005, giving hope to all those out there who might be suffering. Tune into this episode to meet Sara, hear an amazing excerpt from her memoir, "Saving Sara," and learn how she found peace from the depths of addiction.
We interrupt this regularly scheduled season for a Deeper Dive with Heather & Kelsey. Three guests in and we have more questions than answers....
This week, Kelsey is joined by Caroline Skelly to talk about the "why" of food addiction. Specifically: trauma. What is trauma? Spoiler alert - we all have trauma, even if it's "just" being called fat when we were kids. Caroline shares the why and how of working through trauma so we can move to what we're seeking: healing.
On today's episode, Heather and Kelsey talk with Jessie Golden. Jessie works with women to get to the bottom of addictive patterns of eating. Rather than using abstinence, she advocates for an intuitive based approach. In the past two episodes, Kelsey and Heather have focused on abstinence from addictive foods. This approach is the other side of the coin and the conversation will get your wheels turning!
Tune in to this week's episode to meet Jessyca Reynolds, hear her story, and learn practical steps to address your food addiction!
On this episode, get acquainted with Kelsey! Heather interviews Kelsey Albers. Who is Kelsey? Where is she from? What gets her out of bed in the morning? Listen to find out!
On this episode, get to know Heather! Kelsey interviews Heather. Who is Heather? Where is she from? What gets her out of bed in the morning? Listen to find out!
When it comes to abstainer/moderator traits, there is no good or bad. These are personality indicators of who we are. The fight comes in when we want to be something we are not. But understanding what these indicators are and making adjustments to our decisions and routines is key to sustainable nutrition changes.