Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Institute for the Psychology of Eating
2,075 followers -
The World's Leading School in Nutritional Psychology: A School Uniting Nutrition, Nourishment, Science and Soul.
The World's Leading School in Nutritional Psychology: A School Uniting Nutrition, Nourishment, Science and Soul.

2,075 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
FIVE UNEXPECTED TIPS FOR HIGH ENERGY
When it comes to having more energy, there are certainly no shortage of miracle products out there. But rather than reaching for more caffeine or another energy drink, why not consider a whole new approach. Check out this great article by Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, as he shares 5 very unexpected tips for high energy. These are seldom used, widely available, and best of all, free of charge. Come take a look at the link below to find out more.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
TWO NUTRITION MISTAKES THAT CAUSE YOU TO OVEREAT - with Emily Rosen
So many of us these days are trying to control our appetite. And even though we may fight the urge to eat as best we can, the result is that we often find ourselves still consuming food against our own best wishes. You might think you have a willpower problem, but believe it or not, our eating challenges have little to do with willpower. Check out this #IPEtv video on 2 powerful appetite de-regulators that will help you better understand how to manage your appetite more naturally and with less effort.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
THE SECRET TO FIXING ANY EATING CHALLENGE
Many of us who choose to focus on personal growth often come to a point where we feel like we’re struggling. We hit that wall, refuse to cross that bridge, feel all these emotions rise up seemingly out of nowhere and we begin to believe – “I must be broken”. Unfortunately there are plenty of experts out there who’ve made their living on promoting this belief to sell their wares: be it pills, diets, or positive thinking. But what really needs to happen is for you to let go of the belief that you are inherently broken. Come see how Marc David breaks it down in his article: ”The Secret to Fixing Any Eating Challenge”
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
EATING OUR ROLES - with Emily Rosen
We play many different roles in life and these roles teach us some great lessons. Each role we play is often associated with a particular way of eating. In other words, when we’re in work mode we eat in a certain way, when we’re being a parent we eat in another way, or if we’re going through an athletic phase in life the foods we reach for can also be quite different. Check out this #IPEtv video to learn more about this fascinating topic!
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
ARE YOU EATING FOR A HIGHER PURPOSE?
Despite our best efforts to strictly follow the beliefs that the field of nutrition offers us, sometimes we are left feeling empty; lost somewhere between the endless facts and diets. In this blog article, Marc David suggests that by aligning the way we eat with a greater life purpose, we're allowing our full potential to be expressed as well.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
THE SPIRITUAL LESSONS WE CAN LEARN FROM WEIGHT: PART 1 - with Marc David
We live in a world where weight, body fat, and extra pounds are a pretty big deal. And yet, what we’re doing when it comes to weight loss isn’t working and is so often causing us to be fighting against our body. One of the ways we can expand our approach to weight is to look to the the spiritual domain. Check out this #IPEtv video to learn more about the spiritual lesson called “humility” that we can discover from weight.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
A NEW KIND OF NUTRITION
Ever noticed how so much of our collective conversation around nutrition revolves around the excitement of the latest pill or diet to hit the market? We want food to bring us so many things, but unfortunately many of the trends that come our way eventually fall flat, making way for newer ones. Here at the Institute we'd like to suggest that there’s something new in the field of nutrition that’s truly here to stay; something that’s here to affirm the best in each of us. Find out more at the link below.
A New Kind of Nutrition
A New Kind of Nutrition
psychologyofeating.com
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded