Above is a link to Marc David's "The 1st-Ever Online Eating Psychology Conference! Now more than ever, we need a whole new understanding of our relationship with food! The fields of eating psychology and nutrition are at a profound crossroads. Medical science has finally recognized the important role of diet in optimal health, yet something is clearly missing.
Obesity, overeating, body image concerns, emotional challenges with food, and diet-related health issues are with us more than ever. We have abundant access to nutrition information, but need to search long and hard for true healing wisdom. It’s time for an approach that honors all of who we are as eaters – body, mind, heart and soul.
Join us for an exciting time together as we explore leading edge thinking in the fields of Eating Psychology, Nutrition, and Personal Transformation. Get inspired by over 35 speakers, from a variety of disciplines, who have something unique and innovative to share.
Our goal is to advance and enliven the field of Eating Psychology by creating a truly integrative and holistic approach.
Dates: August 5-9, 2013 Price: FREE!
Some topics include:
A Deeper Dive into Body Image Health at Every Size Neuroscience and Personal Change A Holistic Approach to Eating Disorders The Healing Power of Embodiment Mindfulness Based Approaches to Overeating Sexuality and the Psychology of Eating New Insights into Weight Culture, Emotional Health and Metabolism The Science and Psychology of Craving Hormones, Eating and Inner Health Deeper Insights into Compulsions The Energetics of Food, Nutrition and the Mind The Gut-Psychology Connection Spirituality and Nutrition Women, Food, and Desire World Nourishment The Hidden Politics of Food New Approaches to Nutritional Health Compelling Highlights from the Research World And more"
Marc David is author of several books about mindful eating "The Slow Down Diet". I have met him and found him to be a most compassionate thoughtful man with 'tools' that make eating healthy a lifesyle.
Edited by: REBCCA at: 6/19/2013 (16:32)
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I know this is a kinda old thread but I am looking for more podcasts too and do have one that I listen to regularly. I listen to Jillian Michael's podcast. It's very informative and straightforward. I can understand it, learn from it, and find humor in it. I would love to find more podcasts like Jillian's if anyone has an suggestions.
Can anyone recommend some motivating fitness/healthy living/healthy foods podacasts or blogs? And what do you like about them? Thanks!! Looking for things to listen to while I care for baby that will be motivating and informative :)