Posts Tagged ‘The Institute’

5 Ways to Boost Your Plant Based Diet

Plant based diets continue to grow in popularity. Folks are finding good reasons to shift their eating lifestyle in drastic ways. Whether it’s in response to health news or environmental quality or concerns of the heart for animals, the marketplace has jumped in to provide more diverse choices than ever before. Whether you’ve been doing […]

What’s So Great About Fermented Foods?

Perhaps, in an effort to learn more about health and nutrition, you’ve been reading more books and seeing more shows online (even TV commercials) praising the benefits of eating yogurt or making your own kefir. Perhaps you’ve never really thought twice about that “pickled cabbage stuff” that comes on your Reuben sandwich, or why your […]

The Pros and Cons of a Raw Food Diet

When you begin researching the history of vegetarian diets, you begin to see how far back these approaches to eating go (think Pythagoras) and how long they have flourished. There is a rich tradition of simplifying the diet to keep the body clean, light, and toxin free, especially in spiritual traditions that emphasize an experiential […]

5 Tips for Going Raw

Here at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating we do NOT endorse or promote any particular diet or nutritional lifestyle. We do highly encourage that each person openly explores the wide variety of nutritional approaches and dietary strategies that are available to them. We see nutrition as an ever changing journey. We believe that a […]

Understanding Celiac and Gluten Intolerance

Here at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating we do NOT endorse or promote any particular diet or nutritional lifestyle. We do highly encourage that each person openly explores the wide variety of nutritional approaches and dietary strategies that are available to them. We see nutrition as an ever changing journey. We believe that a […]

What is Nutritional Psychology?

Nutritional Psychology is an innovative new approach to working with some of the most common issues we see in our word today when it comes eating, body image, and weight. Since the key to wellness is often found beyond the actual foods one might choose to eat, the realm of Nutritional Psychology appreciates and respects […]

Why Study Spiritual Psychology?

When we come to the study of Mind Body Nutrition, it becomes very apparent that there’s more to the human being than just the brain and the biology. In fact there’s a whole underlying story at work beneath the surface of each person. Before the term psychology was “invented,” the workings of our minds and […]

Top 40 Nutrition Blogs

Here are our picks for 2012 Top 40 Nutrition Blogs. Please enjoy!  Here at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating,  we’re on a mission to forever change the way the world understands food, body and health. We’re “diet agnostic” – meaning we do our best to honor and support the wisdom and usefulness of ANY dietary approach that people […]