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Institute for the Psychology of Eating
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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.

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COACHES, PSYCHOLOGISTS, OR GRANDMOTHERS- WHO’S MORE QUALIFIED?
We've all had people in our lives that have made a difference, even without being experts. Sometimes, the best advice needs to come from that special place and not necessarily from the hallowed halls of academia. We all have a unique message to share with the world, and the world needs to hear it. In this blog, Marc David discusses the details of what truly qualifies us to serve others.

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WHAT’S THE OPPOSITE OF AN EATING DISORDER? - with Emily Rosen
If “disordered eating” means that someone has an unhealthy or damaging relationship with food, why don’t we have an equally clear definition of “ordered eating”? In this inspiring video from #IPEtv, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, proposes 18 characteristics of a truly healthy and joyful approach to eating.

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5 COACHING TIPS
The truth spoken without love isn’t quite the truth. What do you think the difference is?

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A LOVE LETTER TO PERFECTIONISTS - with Marc David
Do you hold yourself to an impossibly high standard? If so, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, has some loving words for you! Watch this heartwarming video from #IPEtv and you just might end up letting yourself off the hook!

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DO YOU HAVE THE NUMBERS RIGHT WHEN IT COMES TO NUTRITION?
Are you “playing by the numbers” when it comes to nutrition, health and weight? We tend to put a big value on our target weight, on counting calories, keeping track of fat grams, and more. It’s time to take a good look at the numbers and see if this strategy is truly taking us where we want to go.

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HOW CARBOHYDRATES FOOL THE BODY - with Emily Rosen
From potatoes to Snickers bars to fluffy white bread, carbohydrates get a lot of attention in the nutrition world these days, and most of it is pretty negative. But there’s more to these sweet little molecules than their media image implies. Tune in to this video from #IPEtv where Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, digs deep into the nutritional science of sugars and starches--what you learn may surprise you!

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ARE WE EVOLVING NUTRITIONALLY?
"Think of your life as one big beautiful genetic experiment. Meaning, we’re all still growing and morphing. When we embrace the greater dimension of evolution, we immediately find ourselves face-to-face with one of the most profound laws of nature: Everything changes." In Marc David's blog, he discusses the compelling topic of evolutionary nutrition and explains what it means for us as eaters.
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