Video Blogs

  • A Big Life Lesson From Patch Adams – Video with Marc David
    Posted on June 21, 2015

    A Big Life Lesson from Patch Adams Have you ever found yourself in the middle of an extremely chaotic situation where you knew the people around you needed help, but you had no idea where to start? When things around you seem to be spiraling completely out of control, sometimes the very best thing you can do is go back to the basics. In this inspirational new video from #IPEtv, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, takes us on a hilarious and moving journey deep into the woods of West Virginia, where he learned a major lesson about how to be a true healer from a very unlikely source. Like any good Hollywood story, you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll feel your heart opening right up!

  • What is Mind Body Nutrition – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on June 21, 2015

    What is Mind Body Nutrition “Mind Body Nutrition” is a term we use a lot here at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. So, what exactly does it mean? We think this phrase perfectly expresses something that’s been lacking in the field of nutritional science for far too long. Nutritionists typically study the vitamins, minerals, and other compounds that make up the food we eat, then tell us what foods we should consume in order to attain maximum health. But the substances that we put into our body are just a part of the complex and beautiful phenomenon known as our metabolism. When we add in a curiosity about the feelings, beliefs, habits, and attitudes that we bring to the table, we can understand much more about the way our digestion actually works, and we can learn how to work with our body’s natural processes instead of fighting against them. In this video from #IPEtv, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explains what Mind Body Nutrition is all about and how it can revolutionize the way we study nutrition!

  • Mothers, Daughters and Food – Video with Marc David
    Posted on June 11, 2015

    Mothers Daughters and Food For so many women, the reason they decide to heal their relationship with food and eating is simple: they have a daughter, and they don’t want their daughter to experience the same pain and suffering that they did. Mothers know how hard it is to find a healthy, positive relationship with food when you live in a society that continually tells women and girls that their bodies aren’t good enough, that they need to change themselves in order to be loved, and that the wrong food choices will make them less desirable. But sometimes even the best-intentioned mother doesn’t know how to help her daughter navigate this tricky territory and come out with a strong sense of self-esteem. In this heartfelt new video from #IPEtv, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explores the unique dynamics of the mother-daughter relationship and shares the number one most important thing a mother can do to guide her daughter toward a positive relationship with food and body.

  • 4 Powerful Ways to Easily Regulate Your Appetite – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on June 10, 2015

    4 Powerful Ways to Easily Regulate Your Appetite For many people, the word “diet” is synonymous with “appetite control.” And if you’ve ever tried to control your appetite in order to lose weight or eliminate certain foods for health reasons, you know how hard it is. Whether you follow a strict eating plan or take pills that promise to suppress your appetite, at the end of the day, the cravings are still there, and it’s very common to give in to them now and then. But did you know that you can have a huge impact on your appetite simply by adjusting the way you eat? Instead of beating yourself up for being a willpower weakling, please check out this practical and encouraging new video from #IPEtv, where Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, shares 4 things you can do to rediscover your natural appetite and ditch the diet pills forever!

  • What is Evolutionary Nutrition and Why is it so Important – Video with Marc David
    Posted on May 27, 2015

    What is Evolutionary Nutrition and Why is it so Important In the quest for the “perfect diet,” many nutritional experts strive to bring us as close as possible to what our ancestors ate - as in the Paleo approach. The reasoning goes that since we human beings evolved in certain specific circumstances, with certain foods available to us, our body systems must have evolved to process those particular foods more easily and efficiently than other, more recently discovered sources of nourishment. Today, many people invest a lot of money in trying to replicate the diet of their cave-man ancestors, but there’s one little flaw in this train of logic. Wherever humans first evolved and whatever they ate in those days, we haven’t stopped evolving, and our nutrition shouldn’t, either. Join Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, as he explains why we need a nutritional science that’s flexible enough to change with the times in this fascinating new video from #IPEtv!

  • Nutrition is More Than Just Nutrients – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on May 27, 2015

    Nutrition is More Than Just Nutrients Most of us think of nutrition as a fairly simple, straightforward equation. Foods contain measurable amounts of various nutrients. When we eat, our digestive system extracts the vitamins, minerals, fats, proteins, and everything else that our body can use, and eliminates the leftovers. Building on this idea, some would claim that an ideal diet would consist solely of a perfectly-chosen set of supplements: everything we need, nothing more and nothing less. But when it comes to nourishment, the human body is more complex than we give it credit for. Science has shown that the process of actually eating food - and even the environment in which we eat - plays a big role in our ability to receive the nutrition that we need to thrive. Get ready to explore a new and mysterious side of nutritional science with Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, in this mind-bending new video from #IPEtv!

  • The Future of Nutrition: 4 Important Trends – Video with Marc David
    Posted on May 18, 2015

    The Future of Nutrition - 4 Important Trends The field of nutritional science seems to change so quickly, it can be hard to keep up with the most current ideas about healthy eating. But what if you could take a peek into the future and see what concepts will be making headlines - tomorrow? In this intriguing new video from #IPEtv, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, discusses 4 trends that are heating up right now, and are just about to burst onto the mainstream nutritional scene. If you want to find out what’s got the scientific community abuzz and be at the forefront of these exciting new developments, then tune in now and join Marc as he takes a little look into his crystal ball!

  • The 5 Keys to an Ever Changing Diet – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on May 17, 2015

    The 5 Keys to an Ever Changing Diet Here at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, we don’t believe in one-size-fits-all diets, and our programs are designed to help you find the nutritional path that’s right for YOU. But when you approach your relationship with food as a journey, and bring a spirit of experimentation, you’re likely to find a surprising thing -- the destination keeps changing. You’ll start to observe that there is no one perfect dietary plan that will meet all of your nourishment needs from babyhood to old age. An awareness of some of the key events that may prompt us to change our diet will help us to flow easily with our evolving nutritional requirements. Join Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, as she explores five factors that often lead us to reimagine our food choices in this revealing new video from #IPEtv!

  • The Nutritional Value of Trust – Video with Marc David
    Posted on April 29, 2015

    The Nutritional Value of Trust If you’ve been in an ongoing struggle with food or eating, chances are, you’ve got some anxiety built up. For many people who are working hard to heal their bodies or transform their relationships with food, certain foods or eating habits can take on fearsome qualities. Some foods may even start to seem like dangerous enemies to be avoided at all costs. It’s good to have a healthy respect for those choices that you know won’t make you feel good, but too much fear can get in the way of both the metabolism and the enjoyment of your food. Luckily, there’s a great supplement that can bring back the pleasure while also increasing your metabolic power, and best of all, it’s free! If you think you might be deficient in Vitamin T, check out this uplifting new video from #IPEtv, where Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explains how adding more trust to your diet can help you relax into wellness.

  • More Awareness, Less Appetite – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on April 29, 2015

    More Awareness Less Appetite Many of us think of body care as something similar to the routine maintenance we give our car. We just put the fuel in and it runs, and every now and then, we take it to the shop for a tune up to keep it functioning at its highest potential. We don’t even have to be there for this operation to achieve its intended results. But the human body is designed a little differently. Our degree of presence -- the quality of attention we pay -- is actually very important when it comes to how well we process the food we eat. We can’t just check out mentally while those digestive organs do all the work, at least, not if we want our body to operate like the powerful, efficient, life-affirming vehicle it’s meant to be. Join Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, as she explains why conscious awareness makes such a difference in our appetite and metabolism in this inspiring new video from #IPEtv!

  • The Psychology of Gut Bacteria – Video with Marc David
    Posted on April 24, 2015

    Psychology of Gut Bacteria You probably read that title and thought, “How can there possibly be a psychology of gut bacteria?” After all, the little guys don’t even have brains! But we’re not talking about single-celled organisms sitting on a therapy couch, here - we’re talking about the humans who host them in our bodies, and how we think and feel about the critters who do so much of the work of digesting our food for us. We humans have a complicated relationship with the collection of bacteria known as our microbiome, but as Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explains, science is now discovering that the bacteria in our gut are incredibly important for our well being, and even for our survival. If your attitude toward your friendly bacteria could be a little, well, friendlier, we hope you’ll check out this fascinating new video from #IPEtv!

  • Calories, Oxygen and Weight – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on April 24, 2015

    Calories Oxygen and Weight2 If you’re ready to turbo-charge your metabolism, take a deep breath and read on! Whether you’re a hard-core vegan or a Paleo carnivore, there’s one nutrient that every single one of us needs - and that’s Vitamin O, Oxygen. But sadly, even though this nutrient is freely available to us 24/7, far too many people are actually oxygen deficient. Stress, distraction, and high-speed living all make it hard for us to catch our breath while we eat, but if we knew what a difference a good dose of O2 makes in our calorie-burning capacity, we’d never neglect this awesome digestive supplement again! Join Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, for a fascinating look at the power of oxygen in this “breathtaking” new video from #IPEtv!

  • The Great Body Image Challenge – Video with Marc David
    Posted on March 12, 2015

    The Great Body Image Challenge Body image is a huge source of suffering for so many people today, and it’s also one of the biggest reasons why people seek out Eating Psychology coaching. Body image is more than just a picture in our minds of what we think we look like - it’s also a conversation that we have with ourselves, and far too often, that conversation is not very nice. In fact, it can be downright hurtful. Where does this inner dialogue come from, and why do we feel like we need to put ourselves down? If you’ve ever pondered these questions, you’ll want to check out this fresh new video from #IPEtv. Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, breaks down the forces that influence our self-perception and poses a challenge that will have you questioning everything you think you know about how you look.

  • The Problem of Nutritional Proof – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on March 12, 2015

    The Problem of Nutritional Proof When we have to make important decisions about our health, most of us would prefer to back up our choices with as much hard evidence as possible. We often look to scientific research to guide us, and in the field of nutritional science, there are plenty of experts claiming to have absolute proof that their dietary approach is the best. But in recent years, we’ve seen an interesting phenomenon: two or more researchers defending opposite points of view, each of them with pages of studies to back up their recommendations. How can a single food be proven to be good for you in one study, while another study proves that same food to be bad for you? If you’ve ever been frustrated by contradictory nutritional “facts,” please join Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, as she sheds some light on the subject in this refreshing new video from #IPEtv!

  • Obesity is Not a Disease – Video with Marc David
    Posted on March 6, 2015

    Obesity is Not a Disease There is so much talk these days about America’s “obesity epidemic” and what we, as a society, should do about it. It’s true that obesity rates for both adults and children have been on the rise in the U.S., and this has prompted a lot of discussion from well-meaning professionals and other observers about how best to help people get rid of excess weight. But as we can clearly see, the strategies that have been offered so far are not working, and the problem is only getting worse. In this honest and straight-shooting new video from #IPEtv, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explains why our current approach will never heal the core issues that lead to obesity, and offers an alternative way of looking at obesity that can lead to real change.

  • Your Relationship with Food – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on March 6, 2015

    Your Relationship With Food Here at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, we often talk about our relationship with food. When we look at food as our first human relationship - and our longest lasting relationship - we can get a lot of great insights into why we do what we do when it comes to food and eating. As with any relationship, we go into it hoping to get certain needs met, but if we’re not conscious about what those needs are, a lot of frustration can be the result. And now and then, every relationship can benefit from a little honest conversation. Are you ready to take a deeper look at your relationship with food? Join Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, as she delves into the dynamics in this thought-provoking new video from #IPEtv.

  • Liberate Yourself from Nutritional Confusion – Video with Marc David
    Posted on March 4, 2015

    Liberate Yourself From Nutritional Confusion Here at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, we’re committed to addressing the most compelling food and eating related concerns of our time, but there’s one syndrome that affects so many people, and yet has received almost no attention from the media or the medical community. We think it’s time to rectify that situation! If you are one of the thousands who suffer from Nutritional Confusion, look no further. In this insightful new video from #IPE, Marc David, founder of the Institute, explains what causes Nutritional Confusion and how to prevent your symptoms from recurring!

  • Nutritional Self Defense – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on March 4, 2015

    Nutritional Self Defense Environmental sensitivities are a hot topic in the wellness world these days. Some people have a strong reaction to chemicals in their food, while others experience discomfort when they’re exposed to perfumes, mold, or loud noises. The rays of the sun are healing and comforting to some people, but can send others into major physical distress. Chances are, there’s something in your environment that you’re especially sensitive to. The good news is, you can boost your body’s ability to protect itself from troublesome toxins by practicing “nutritional self defense.” Join Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, as she shares some tried and true strategies for strengthening our defenses in this practical and engaging new video from #IPEtv!

  • How to Make Every Meal the Best Meal Ever – Video with Marc David
    Posted on February 27, 2015

    How to Make Every Meal the Best Meal Ever When you think back on the best meal you ever had, chances are, it wasn’t a gourmet dinner that you ate by yourself while reading the newspaper. Sure, good ingredients and skillful preparation are important parts of a great meal, but there’s so much more to the experience. Whether you’re an amazing chef, a microwave maven, or a frequent flyer at your local take-out joint, you can make every meal you eat the best meal ever without buying a single new kitchen gadget. Join Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, as he shares 6 simple steps that are guaranteed to make any meal a memorable one in this delicious new video from #IPEtv!

  • The Psychology of Cleansing – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on February 27, 2015

    The Psychology of Cleansing We’ve all seen the magazine covers proclaiming the miraculous benefits of various fasts and cleanses. Many people who want to make big changes in their diet begin with a period of fasting, and nutrition coaches will frequently recommend detoxifying cleanses. But what are we really doing to our bodies, minds, and spirits when we undertake a fast or a cleanse? As Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explains in this illuminating new video from #IPEtv, when we suddenly and dramatically cut our intake of specific foods or other substances, we’re clearing more than just chemicals out of our tissues. Tune in to find out how looking at the bigger psychological picture can help you make the most of your cleanse!

  • The Secret Formula for Successful Change – Video with Marc David
    Posted on February 20, 2015

    The Secret Formula for Successful Change Just about everyone has had this experience at one time or another: You have a habit, a behavior, or even a life circumstance that you really want to change, but even though you know it’s completely up to you, you can’t seem to make the shift, no matter how hard you try. It can be extremely frustrating to work so hard at changing oneself and yet never really get where you want to be. If you’re in that boat right now, you won’t want to miss this inspiring new video from #IPEtv. Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, will take you through the inner dynamics of personal change and share the best formula ever found for creating the change you’re longing for!

  • Can Thoughts Be Fattening? – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on February 20, 2015

    Can Thoughts Be Fattening? We’ve all heard the classic story that says the body stores fat when we take in more calories - that is, more units of food energy - than we use. And this is true - as far as it goes. Think of it as a simplified version of a much richer, more complex, even epic tale: our metabolic process. In fact, there is much more to the story than the “calories in, calories out” formula. The body’s decision to store some of the calories we consume as fat has a lot to do with the way we think about food. From dreams of doughnuts to fantasies of fudge, our thoughts about the foods we crave can have a dramatic impact on our digestion. Curious? Join Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, as she explores the psychology of insulin in this eye-opening new video from #IPEtv!

  • Are You in a Food and Body Competition with Your Daughter – Video with Marc David
    Posted on February 9, 2015

    Are You in a Food and Body Competition with Your Daughter Do you have beliefs or habits around eating that seem like they have been a part of your life for as long as you can remember? If you trace these aspects of your relationship with food back to their origins, you might be surprised to learn that their roots reach even farther than your own birth. So many of us learn how to relate to food, eating, and our bodies from our parents. But when our parents weren’t fully loved, nurtured, or cared for when they were children themselves, they’re likely to pass their unresolved issues on to their own kids - often without even realizing it. If you’ve ever felt frustrated or hurt by the messages you’ve received from your parents about your body or your relationship with food, or if you want to help your children develop healthy, loving attitudes toward themselves, please tune in to this illuminating and heart-felt new video from #IPEtv. Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, will share some insights into the unique characteristics of mother-daughter bonds and how these special connections can shape our attitudes toward food and eating for life.

  • The Psychology of Symptoms: The 4 Psychological Types – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on February 9, 2015

    How do You Deal with Symptoms? Experiencing unwanted symptoms is part of being human. We all have days when we feel something we’d rather not. Whether the discomfort is physical, emotional, or mental, we can count on life to bring us a steady stream of symptoms - each of which is there to provide us with a unique opportunity for growth and learning. When you notice something going on in your body that doesn’t feel very good, what’s your first response? Do you try to power through the issue, or do you stop to listen to what the symptom might be telling you? In this thought-provoking new video from #IPEtv, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explores four of the most common ways that people deal with symptoms, and invites you to consider how you can be a better listener to your body’s hidden messages.

  • The Nutritional Psychology of Protein – Video with Marc David
    Posted on January 28, 2015

    The Nutritional Psychology of Protein Protein is one of the most basic building blocks of our diet, and of our own bodies, but it’s also the focus of some serious controversy within the field of nutritional science. How much protein do we need to be healthy? Where should it come from - animals, plants, or both? Should protein be the centerpiece of a meal, or more of an accessory? With all the competing viewpoints, each with an expert to back it up, it can be quite challenging to figure out what’s best for us as individual eaters. In this straight-shooting video from #IPEtv, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, offers a fresh perspective on our ancient relationship with this mighty macronutrient that can help you find the protein balance that’s right for you.

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