Is food is your best friend... and your worst enemy?
Bingeing, overeating, restricting or focusing on food is a way of coping, but it ultimately hurts more than it helps.
Whether you feel powerless over food, think about your weight constantly, or just want some inspiration on your journey to health and healing, this 100-day guide will inspire you and keep you on track.
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100 WAYS TO MAKE PEACE WITH FOOD
Are you fed up with counting calories, focusing on fat grams and measuring your self-worth on a bathroom scale?
If you’re ready to make peace with food, I can help!
In my experience working with thousands of people all over the world, both in private therapy and through my online course, Kick The Diet Habit, I have compiled a list of nuggets that helped my clients stay focused and positive.
I’m Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin and I’ve helped people all over the world create a happier, healthier relationship to food. Now I can help you, too!
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Nina Savelle-Rocklin, Psy.D. is a psychoanalyst, author, and talk show host specializing in food, weight and body image issues. Considered a thought leader in the field of eating psychology, she has been featured in Psychology Today, The Los Angeles Times, Prevention, Real Simple, Redbook, Huffington Post, Beverly Hills Times and many other publications. She is a frequent guest expert at summits and podcasts, including The Dr. Drew Podcast, and presented at the prestigious National Meeting of the American Psychoanalytic Association.
Dr. Nina brings a fresh perspective to weight loss by helping people focus on what’s eating “at” them instead of on what they are eating. In addition to her private practice based in Los Angeles, she hosts a radio show on LA Talk Radio (which can also be heard on iTunes) and is a Focus TV Network host on The Dr. Nina Show. She also writes an award-winning blog, Make Peace With Food, and has a YouTube video series to help viewers lose weight without dieting. Her book “Food For Thought: Perspectives On Eating Disorders” is an Amazon bestseller.