Video Blogs

  • This Nutritional Toxin Will Surprise You – with Marc David

    It’s hard to avoid the seemingly endless amount of toxins that we’re exposed to via the air, water, our food, cosmetics, in the workplace, household items, and so much more. For sure, it’s a great strategy to try to clean up the toxins in your world as best you can. What many people tend to miss when it comes to detoxification are the toxins we self generate – meaning emotional toxins that can pollute our mind and ultimately drain the body. In this video from #IPEtv, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, reveals a potent mental/emotional toxin that’s well worth letting go of. Learn how to empower yourself and your metabolism with some clear advice when it comes to food, body and life.

  • The New Vitamin A – with Emily Rosen

    Whenever we discover a new nutrient that has an important function in the human body, or when science finds yet another compelling benefit of a particular vitamin or mineral, the response is usually one of excitement and scientific celebration. Well, here at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, we’ve identified what we believe is a whole new form of Vitamin A. It’s called Authenticity. If you include more of this unique vitamin A compound in your life, some amazing benefits can happen. Check out this new video from IPEtv as Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute reveals how authenticity can help us feel more energized, how it empowers our relationship with food, and indeed how it’s a surprise bonus when it comes to transforming just about any eating challenge

  • A Breakthrough Approach to Weight – with Marc David

    It’s time to spice up the conversation of weight and its loss with some honest and straight shooting talk. It’s also time to introduce some fresh ideas about what’s really going on with weight. Tune in as Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, shares some great insights on this compelling topic. You’ll hear plenty of facts and distinctions from nutritional science, and eating psychology, that factor into the weight loss-weight gain equation. A great video from IPEtv. Not to be missed!

  • Are Numbers Ruining Your Nutritional Health? – with Emily Rosen

    Surprisingly enough, there’s a psychology to how we relate to numbers that can have a powerful impact on both our nutritional and emotional health. Tune in as Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, shares some great insights on this fascinating topic. You’ll discover how we can give away our power to numbers when it comes to weight and to calories. Equally important, you’ll get inspired by how you can reclaim your power around calories and weight, and create a more nourishing relationship with food. This is another great video from IPEtv!

  • Eating Sexy – with Marc David

    Have you noticed that there are a lot of people who want food to make them sexy? Perhaps if we eat the right diet, the secret mix of foods, or the latest supplements, then we’d arrive at a place where we can finally have the perfect body, the ideal weight, the right shape, the sweetest curves, and the most well honed muscles. Of course, sex sells, and looking sexy seems to hold the key to the promised land - or so we’re told. Check out this straight-shooting video from IPEtv where Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating takes a deeper dive into the fascinating topic of Eating Sexy. You'll discover some much needed wisdom and insights that can help you on the road to happiness around food, body, and sensuality.

  • Do You Find Yourself Eating The Same Foods All The Time? – with Emily Rosen

    Have you ever gone through a phase where your dietary choices were quite limited? Or perhaps you've found yourself heavily favoring one or two foods for a period of time - and then suddenly you lose your desire for those few foods and you’re off to the next “food kick”? As it turns out, these patterns around eating have some interesting evolutionary reasons, as well as some nutritional advantages. At the same time, such a way of eating can also be problematic. So, if you’re interested in learning more, please check out this fascinating video from IPEtv where Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explains the simple science and psychology behind this intriguing phenomenon.

  • 5 Super Important Questions to Ask Yourself About Food – with Marc David

    Food and nutrition are such honorable topics for any human to focus on. By now, the reasons for this are obvious. With this in mind, it seems that the #1 nutrition question so many of us ask is “what should I eat?” And for sure, this is a key nutritional question. But there are a handful of other questions that can have a big impact when it comes to our nutritional health. Join Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating as he discusses 5 Super Important Questions to Ask Yourself About Food in this thought provoking IPEtv video.

  • The Metabolic Power of the Throat – with Emily Rosen

    Most people tend to think of “metabolic power” as coming from outside of us - the foods we eat or the supplements we take - but oftentimes, metabolic power is generated from within. In fact, our bodies have a built in source of wisdom and energy that’s encoded in our genetic memory, and that often goes overlooked. One such source of surprising power is in the throat.

  • Who is Marc David? – Video

    If you’d like to learn more about the founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating - Marc David - then check out this brief and thoughtful biographical video from a self proclaimed introvert! Marc shares some words about his own personal journey and what inspired him to do his pioneering work in Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition. We think you'll get to know him better, and you’ll come away with a good feel for who’s behind the breakthrough content taught at the Institute.

  • Who is Emily Rosen? – Video

    If you’d like to learn more about the Director and Chief Operating Officer of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating - Emily Rosen - then check out this brief and heartwarming video. Emily shares some details about her own personal journey, and what led her to her position in bringing the Institute to a dedicated worldwide audience. We think you’ll get to know Emily so much better, and you’ll come away with a great sense of what inspired one person on a huge mission to forever change the way the world relates to food, body, weight and health.

  • Beyond Mindful Eating – with Marc David

    Mindful eating has been a popular topic for some time now, and for good reason. So what exactly is mindful eating, why is it so important, and what might be waiting for us if we look down the road and see what’s next? Join Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating as he adds a little spice and surprise to what it means to be an awakened eater.

  • 2 Unexpected Tips for a Powerful Digestion – with Emily Rosen

    We could be eating the healthiest food in the universe, but if the digestive system isn't fully able to digest, pulverize, assimilate, and excrete that meal - then we won't even come close to reaching our metabolic potential. So many of our health issues are related to challenges in the gut. We can be experiencing fatigue, mood issues, brain fog, low immunity, joint pain, autoimmune diseases, cravings, and so much more - all of which can be related to poor gut function.

  • Are You a Sensitive Nutritional Soul? – with Marc David

    Are you the kind of person who’s a little more sensitive to food? Do you notice that your body seems to be more affected by the world when you compare yourself to others? Or perhaps you know someone who falls into this category. Well, consider that some of us may very well be “Sensitive Nutritional Souls.” In this video, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating discusses this fascinating phenomenon and looks at some of the hidden metabolic and psychologic factors that drive the sensitive nutritional soul experience. This is a topic that’s becoming more and more important these days. This brief video comes with some great insights.

  • What is Emotional Metabolism? – Video with Emily Rosen

    Did you know that metabolism is much more than what we think it is, and that it goes far beyond how many calories we burn? Perhaps you’ve heard of "emotional metabolism". It’s the kind of metabolism we don’t always pay attention to, but it may very well be as important to our health as the food we eat. So, what is emotional metabolism, why’s it important, and does it have a scientific basis? Simply put, the answers may surprise you. Tune in as Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating discusses Emotional Metabolism and makes some fascinating connections between our emotional and nutritional health in this new IPEtv video.

  • How to Understand All of Nutritional Science – with Marc David

    Have you noticed that there’s an abundance of well regarded nutrition experts with dietary systems and approaches that are vastly different - and yet they have scientific validation and a lot of passion to back it all up? Have you ever been frustrated by these contradictory messages, and wished you had some clarity and some answers? Join Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating in this informative and uplifting video blog - "How to Understand All of Nutritional Science.” You’ll come away with a renewed understanding of the complex field of nutrition, and perhaps you’ll be able to relax a little and smile as you empower yourself with some fresh insights and information.

  • Food and Intimacy: What’s the Connection? – with Emily Rosen

    Did you know that there’s a profound connection between food and intimacy? Would you believe that the more we tap into our truest desires, the more our eating struggles begin to drop away, and our relationship with food becomes a source of nourishment, empowerment and pleasure? In this inspirational video, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating delivers thoughtful insights that can move you to a new place with food, intimacy, and life. Please take a look and let us know what you think.

  • Food, Money and Power – with Marc David

    Have you ever wondered about the connection between food, money and power? Have you considered that there might be some unseen magic that runs between these important life domains? In this thought provoking video, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating discusses how understanding the innate connection between food money and power can help create a better you, and a healthier world.

  • Insight into Appetite – Video with Emily Rosen

    If you’re alive on planet Earth, then you likely have an appetite. The problem is, many of us have a challenging relationship with food. And those challenges often lead us into confusion around our appetite. So if you’re the kind of person who finds yourself fighting appetite, wishing it would go away, or simply not quite getting how to manage it in a good way, this is the video for you. Emily Rosen, Chief Operating officer for the Institute for the Psychology of Eating delivers simple and clear guidance around a deeper understanding of appetite that will leave you feeling uplifted a [...]

  • 9 Great Ways to Feed Your Brain – Video with Marc David

    Interested in looking at brain nutrition and brain health in a whole new way? The brain is one of our favorite and most important organs, and yet it’s often overlooked when it comes to how to best feed it, care for it, and keep it functioning at a high level. Marc David, author, Nutritional Psychology expert, and founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating delivers a lively, engaging, straight to the point, and results oriented presentation about how to love on your brain. Expect a lot of useful information in a brief amount of time. We think your brain will feel very uplifte [...]

  • What’s Your Nutritional Dream? – Video with Marc David

    I remember being a young boy and feeling profoundly moved by Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. It spoke from a place of possibility and purpose, and I learned that saying what was real for me and what was possible had great power to evoke great change. I believe this goes for any dream we have in life: relationships, career, passion and even our health. There’s magic in our dreams. From a young age, when I began to learn more about the science of eating and the impact of food on the body, it became hard not to notice how what we eat influences our world in so many ways. So I started to dream about nutritional possibilities, and I want to invite you to do the same…

  • Is Emotional Eating Really a Problem? – Video with Marc David

    When we turn on the news, it should come as no surprise that the United States is trying to get a handle on an epidemic-level of dispute concerning our weight. Each week, it seems, there’s a new book on the shelf at the bookstore describing how to overcome ourselves and to get our weight issues under control, whether we’re dealing with emotionally driven overeating, under-eating, binge eating, or bulimia – will power is often seen as the cure. So why is it that with all this well-intentioned knowledge and health studies, people just can’t help themselves when it comes to eati [...]

  • 6 Secrets of Successful Coaches – Video

    Oftentimes, when we find that our mission is to help others, we might stop in our tracks or hesitate because we’re operating out of some old beliefs that just aren’t true. In the 30 years that I’ve been working in this field, I’ve known many who’ve made the mistake of believing that we have to have it “all together” before we can help anyone else. In fact, there are some great secrets to being a Successful Coach. I invite you to check out these 6 unexpected and powerful guidelines that help practitioners accelerate their personal growth and professional effectiveness. See [...]

  • Happy Dietary Endings Video

    When we think back to some of our favorite stories we remember from childhood, we realize that part of the reason we loved them was because we always knew how they would end: “and they lived happily ever after...” This provided us a sense of certainty that we could overcome any obstacle or villain. While we’re not dueling with dragons in our modern world, we’re still on a quest for our own happy ending when it comes to food, health and nutrition. Well today, I’d like to share with you a way that can almost guarantee your own dietary "happily ever after." See v [...]

  • Unusual Toxins You May Not Know About

    We live in a time when it seems like poisons and toxins are taking over the world. Wherever you go and whatever you eat, there’s some evil chemical present that wants nothing more than to enter your bloodstream and destroy you. I meet far too many people who spend a lot of their precious time and energy worrying about toxins that threaten their health. But there's more to the story. I'd like to mention to you a class of toxins that you may not know about. This isn't meant to add more angst to your earnest lifestyle practices. Instead, my intention is to help you feel more empowered bec [...]

  • Are You Suffering From Toxic Nutritional Beliefs? – Videos Part 2

    Have you felt stuck around food? Are there challenges you face around weight loss, body image, overeating, binge eating that just don’t seem to go away? I’d love to help you help yourself get unstuck. I meet far too many people who are locked in a lifelong battle against food, weight, and appetite.

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