Eating Psychology & Mind Body Nutrition Articles and Video Blogs

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  • True Nourishment – Video with Marc David
    Posted on January 13, 2015

    True Nourishment To nourish someone, by definition, is to provide them with the substances necessary for growth, health, and life itself. We often think of nourishment in terms of nutrition, but in reality, true nourishment goes far beyond the food and supplements that we consume. As Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explains, our relationships, dreams, hobbies, and many other aspects of our lives also give us those nourishing qualities that are absolutely vital if we are to thrive as humans. What do you nourish, and what nourishes you? Tune in to this uplifting new video from #IPEtv, and take some time to explore the connections between food, love, and other forms of nourishment in your own life!

  • Whole Body Eating: 5 Simple Steps – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on January 13, 2015

    Whole Body Eating Five Simple Steps If you struggle with your relationship to food or eating, chances are, you’ve attempted all sorts of strategies to heal it. You may have spent countless hours reading books and articles about the issue that challenges you, or you might have gone through a seemingly endless series of special diets, only to end up feeling frustrated and stuck. When you’ve tried every method that’s out there and you’re still not happy with how you eat, maybe it’s time to look inward, instead. In this inspiring new video from #IPEtv, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, offers a straightforward method for tuning in to your own body’s wisdom and letting it guide your choices. If you practice these five simple steps, we guarantee you’ll change your relationship with food for good!

  • Food Is A Great Teacher – Video with Marc David
    Posted on December 30, 2014

    Food Is A Great Teacher Life is chock full of lessons, and lucky for us, we have lots of teachers to help us with our homework along the way. Some of these teachers stand in front of classrooms. Others come in the form of parents or friends, authors or celebrities, our children or our lovers. Sometimes our relationships themselves have a lot to teach us about the places where we need to grow so we can live life to the fullest potential. Our relationship with food is no exception! If we find ourselves experiencing the same eating-related challenge over and over again, it might be time to take a good long look at the challenge and see what it is asking us to learn. Join Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, as he explores some of the many possible lessons that food can teach us in this thought-provoking new video from #IPEtv!

  • We Imagine the Body – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on December 30, 2014

    We Imagine the Body These days, many people think of the body as a sort of machine. It has moving parts and inner circuitry, and it runs on fuel - the food we eat. If a part breaks or goes “out of order,” or if we want to get an upgrade, we take it to the shop and have a doctor work on it, or we can give it a “tune up” by making changes in our diet or our exercise. This is how modern medicine and our high school biology classes have taught us to think of the body. But what if there was more to the story? What if we could impact our bodies through our thoughts? In this intriguing video from #IPEtv, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explores the ways that our imagination - the stories we tell ourselves - shapes our bodies in very real and physical ways. Tune in now - it’s guaranteed to give you something to think about!

  • A Highly Unique Way to Let Go of Weight – Video with Marc David
    Posted on December 22, 2014

    A Highly Unique Way to Let Go of Weight When it comes to the fascinating and complex topic of weight loss, it's very helpful to remember that there's no such thing as fast and easy weight loss. For sure, you'll always hear stories of someone who shed a bunch of weight in a short amount of time. But they're by far and away the exception to the rule. The world is still gaining weight, so whatever we're doing simply isn't working. For this reason, it's time to let go of the quick fix weight loss solutions and focus on elsewhere to make changes. And one of the ideal places to find some wiser strategies is within us. Tune in to this surprising IPEtv video where Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, shares a highly unique strategy when it comes to weight that's been a big difference maker for so many people. We think you'll be surprised at how effective and doable this strategy can be.

  • What Should I Eat? – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on December 22, 2014

    What Should I Eat When it comes to the information people are most hungry for about food and health, perhaps the number one most often asked and important nutritional question of our times is this one: "What should I eat?" After all, given the endless amount of nutrition information that's available to us and given the fantastic number of different nutritional systems and approaches put forth by some very smart and passionate experts, a lot of people are confused. And it's perfectly understandable. We haven't been given any clear-cut answers. The good news is, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, provides some great insights in this very helpful video from IPEtv. You'll learn some great strategies that are based in body wisdom, and you'll come away with a whole new understanding when it comes to the question of what we should eat.

  • Free Live Webinar All About Becoming A Certified Eating Psychology Coach
    Posted on December 18, 2014

    EPCC Webinar The Eating Psychology Coach Certification Training is a 250 hour distance learning coaching certification training unlike any other. Created by Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating , this life-changing professional opportunity is all about an “eating psychology for everyone.” It covers how to work with a wide range of eating challenges and health concerns including weight, body image, overeating, binge eating, emotional eating, endless dieting, digestion, fatigue, immunity, mood and much more. This training can help you launch a whole new career as a Certified Eating Psychology Coach. And it can powerfully turbocharge your skills if you’re already in the helping or healing professions.

  • An End of Year Message from Emily
    Posted on December 12, 2014

    End of Year Message from Emily Rosen Dear Friends, Emily Rosen here, Director of the Institute. First I want to say a BIG THANK YOU to anyone reading this. None of what I am about to talk about would be possible without you. I am so grateful for the tremendous amount of support that we have received in our mission to forever change the way the world relates to food, body and health. It truly warms my heart and inspires me each and everyday. It has not always been easy, but it is always worth it, and that is because of those of you who have reached out with encouragement and let us know how your lives have been transformed. So thank you and WOW, what a whirlwind year this has been.

  • An End of Year Message from Marc
    Posted on December 12, 2014

    End of year message from Marc David Dear Friends, Marc David here, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. I’m reaching out to share some personal words with you in honor of the holidays, the end of 2014, and the beginning of yet another new year in our lives.

  • The Metabolic Power of Slow – Video with Marc David
    Posted on December 6, 2014

    The Metabolic Power of Slow So many of us are looking to increase our metabolism. We want to calorie-burn better, we want more energy, a stronger immune system and a more powerful digestion. So it's logical to assume that in order to have these things, we need to push harder. We need to work more, move faster, get all pumped up and push the pedal to the metal. It seems to make sense that a hotter metabolism happens when we get into the highest gear possible. Oddly enough, though, nothing could be further from the truth. In this fascinating video from IPEtv, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating reveals how slowing down can be a powerful metabolic enhancer. When we move slower and step into a physiologic relaxation response, digestion is enhanced, our energy level increases and our calorie burning capacity is improved. Once you incorporate this practice of slow into your daily world, you'll never look back. Tune in and learn more!

  • Late-Night Eating and Metabolism – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on December 5, 2014

    Late Night Eating and Metabolism Sleep is not only good for having great dreams and feeling well rested in the morning. Sleep has some amazing benefits when it comes to natural appetite regulation and our healthiest nutritional metabolism. It’s time that we fully take advantage of the great metabolic gifts of sleep if we want to have the kind of energy and health that we know deep down inside we’re meant to have. In this informative video from IPEtv, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating covers topics such as eating before bed and how it impacts sleep, why we often feel tired and toxic in the morning, how to maximize your capacity to heal and regenerate while you sleep, how what we eat during the day impacts our appetite the following day, and more. This is a practical video with lots of great tips that you won’t want to miss!

  • A Love Letter to Perfectionists – Video with Marc David
    Posted on December 1, 2014

    A Love Letter to Perfectionists Perfectionism can often inspire us to be our best, rise to the occasion, and do good things in the world. But perfectionism can have a dark side to it. And this dark side often remains unknown and unseen to most perfectionists. This way of being can cause us to contract from life, to be less available personally and emotionally to others, and in the worst, it can create self hatred or even self abuse. The good news is, perfectionists simply need a little love. Tune in to this video from IPEtv where Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating delivers a great love letter to the perfectionists within all of us. We think you’ll come away more hopeful and inspired.

  • What’s the Opposite of an Eating Disorder – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on December 1, 2014

    Whats the Opposite of an Eating Disorder It's quite easy these days to read all kinds of books, articles, blogs and more on eating disorders. This is a deeply important and compelling topic for our times. So many people are living in pain and confusion not knowing how to manage their unwanted eating, their weight, or their emotional challenges with food. But have we really explored what an ideal relationship with food could look like? Have we even considered the principles that might define the opposite of an eating disorder? In this fascinating video from IPEtv, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating shares about this very topic. She articulates 18 great principles that characterize a healthy and happy relationship with food. We think this is quite an eye-opening list. Why not see how many of these you apply to your own experience of eating!

  • Avoid this Common Weight Loss Strategy – Video with Marc David
    Posted on November 18, 2014

    Avoid This Common Weight Loss Strategy It should come as no surprise that a lot of people are trying to lose weight. What might be a little eye-opening is that there’s a pretty large percentage of those people who are unsuccessful at this in the long term. Specifically, approximately 99% of all people who lose weight on a weight loss diet gain it back. This is, quite frankly, a stunning statistic that should be headline news everywhere. The good news in all this is that the act of simply letting go of our ineffective strategies can be very liberating, time effective, and oddly enough, an easy way to actually generate some success. That’s because far too many of our weight loss strategies actually serve to keep weight on. In this fascinating video from IPEtv, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, reveals a particularly common weight loss approach that when finally dropped, yields some surprisingly fast results when it comes to our happiness and success. Curious? Then please tune in to learn more!

  • How Carbohydrates Fool the Body – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on November 17, 2014

    How Carbohydrates Fool the Body There’s so much talk these days about low carb diets, high carb diets, the evil effects of carbohydrates, the drawbacks of sugar - and it can often get pretty confusing. It’s time to simplify what has become a complex conversation, and detail the simple and elegant evolutionary biology of how carbohydrates impact the body in both positive and problematic ways. In this informative video from IPEtv, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, discusses how carbohydrates can fool the body into overeating, binge eating and weight gain - and what to do about it. We think you’ll come away with some great information that will empower and inspire you.

  • Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn from Weight: Part 4 – Video with Marc David
    Posted on November 11, 2014

    Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn from Weight True Power We live in a world where weight, body fat, and extra pounds are a pretty big deal. And yet, our strategies when it comes to weight loss aren’t working and are often causing us to do battle with our own bodies. The good news is, there’s a dimension that goes beyond what we can see and understand when it comes to weight and its loss. It’s the domain of the spiritual. Join Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, in this #IPEtv video where he shares about an important spiritual lesson we can discover from weight: true power. We think you’ll find this to be a fascinating and results oriented approach to weight.

  • Will High Tech Nutrition Save Us? – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on November 11, 2014

    Will High Tech Nutrition Save Us? These days, there’s so much scientific and technological information about nutrition available to us. The challenge is, people are still as confused as ever and not quite sure what to do or what to eat. Our health as a world is still plummeting, nutrition related diseases are on the rise, and weight challenges are with us more than ever. So many of us have been taught that science will save us, and in so many ways it has - but there’s a hidden side to the technology of food and the science of nutrition that it's imperative that we understand. In this informative video from IPEtv, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, discusses how to navigate through all the scientific confusion to find a place of inspiration and empowerment.

  • Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn From Weight: Part 3 – Video with Marc David
    Posted on October 24, 2014

    Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn From Weight Part 3 We live in a world where weight, body fat, and extra pounds are a pretty big deal. And yet, our strategies when it comes to weight loss aren’t working and are often causing us to do battle with our own body. The good news is, there’s a dimension that goes beyond what we can see and understand when it comes to weight and its loss. It’s the domain of the spiritual. Join Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, in this #IPEtv video where he shares about an important spiritual lesson we can discover from weight: Love. We think you’ll find this to be a fascinating and results oriented approach to weight.

  • 2 More Nutrition Mistakes That Make You Overeat – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on October 24, 2014

    2 More Nutrition Mistakes That Can Be Causes of Overeating Overeating is one of the biggest challenges we can face when it comes to having a healthy and happy relationship with food. So many people struggle with eating way more than they know they should - yet despite this knowing, we cannot seem to stop ourselves. Oftentimes, we think our problem is “not enough willpower.” But as it turns out, willpower has little to do with overeating. In this informative video from #IPEtv, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating shares about 2 fascinating nutrition mistakes that cause us to overeat - and these easily correctable nutritional goof-ups just might surprise you.

  • Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn From Weight: Part 2 – Video with Marc David
    Posted on October 20, 2014

    Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn from Weight- Part 2 We live in a world where weight, body fat, and extra pounds are a pretty big deal. And yet, our strategies when it comes to weight loss aren’t working and are often causing us to do battle with our own body. The good news is, there’s a dimension that goes beyond what we can see and understand when it comes to weight and its loss. It’s the domain of the spiritual. Join Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, in this #IPEtv video where he shares about an important spiritual lesson we can discover from weight: patience. We think you’ll find this to be a fascinating and results-oriented approach to weight.

  • The Nutritional Value of Other People – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on October 20, 2014

    social nutrition Oftentimes, when it comes to good nutrition and healthy eating, we assume that all the work rests on us to make the right choices to eat the best foods, and that it’s all about our own individual efforts. Of course, this is true - but only to a degree. Great nutrition is also about how other people can contribute to your nutritional world, how they inspire you, support you, share similar health values, and mentor you with good insights and feedback. If you’d like help in following a healthy way to eat, and are ready to "effort" a lot less, then please check out this informative video from IPEtv. Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, delivers some great insights on the value that others can provide us in both nutritional and emotional ways.

  • Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn From Weight: Part 1 – Video with Marc David
    Posted on October 13, 2014

    Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn from Weight Retention Part 1 So many people want to lose weight, and yet there are so many frustrated and unsuccessful dieters. While it’s pretty standard to approach weight loss with low calorie eating, intense exercise, or restrictive and specific diets, these methods ultimately fail for the majority of people. For some of us, it’s helpful to look to other dimensions when it comes to weight retention loss. And the spiritual dimension is a great place to explore. Join Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating in this new video from IPEtv as he discusses a fascinating spiritual lesson that we can learn from weight - humility. This may be a missing link in your weight loss equation, and it can certainly help you see weight in a whole new light!

  • Eating Our Roles – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on October 13, 2014

    Eating Our Roles Many of us eat on automatic pilot, not really knowing why we eat the foods we’re choosing. Some of us are clear that we want to eat more healthfully, or let go of overeating, yet we can’t do the very thing that we say we want to do - and we have no idea why. It’s time for a deeper dive into the psychology of the eater! In this fascinating video from IPEtv, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating delivers some great insights into what drives us to eat the way that we do. She reveals how at different times in life we are playing out different roles - and these roles greatly impact our food choices. We think you’ll learn some helpful insights into your on relationship with food!

  • Our Deepest Darkest Secrets About Food – Video with Marc David
    Posted on October 6, 2014

    Our Deepest Darkest Secrets About Food Chances are, if you’re a human being alive on planet Earth, then you have some secrets that few people know about. And for many of us, some of the most potent and debilitating secrets we have are around food. We might secretly binge eat, or overeat, or sneak foods that we don’t want anyone to know about. We might be walking around with secret shame and guilt about what we ate, how out of control we feel, and how much we dislike our own body. Some secrets are best kept secret, while others need a different approach. Tune in to this video from IPEtv where Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, shares some secrets about our food secrets. We think you’ll come away more hopeful and inspired about any concerns you face around food and body.

  • 2 Nutrition Mistakes that Cause You To Overeat – Video with Emily Rosen
    Posted on October 6, 2014

    2 Nutrition Mistakes that Cause you to Overeat It’s no secret that overeating can grip so many of us and occupy so much of our thought time. Overeating can leave us feeling guilty, or frustrated, or stuffed, and worst of all, it can be the one obstacle that seemingly stops us in our weight loss efforts. It doesn’t take much work on our parts to overeat - it happens pretty readily and naturally, yet it can be the hardest thing in the world to transform. In this video from IPEtv, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating shares about 2 mistakes that can cause us to overeat that have nothing to do with being a willpower weakling. Once you better understand these mistakes, the power is more firmly in your hands to turn things around with greater confidence and ease.

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