How can I eat healthier without falling off track? How do I lose weight without getting rid of my favorite foods? How can I eat the right foods, while still enjoying foods I love? How do I stop overeating and emotionally eating? How can I begin (actually) loving my body?
And the most important question, can I really learn to eat healthy without feeling restricted and overwhelmed?
These are just a few of the big questions that Certified Health Coach, Kat Rentas, answers in the Healthy Eating for Busy Women Podcast.
Each episode is designed to give you actionable steps each week so you can change your eating habits forever.
Kat’s specialty is helping high-performing women work through their unique food & body challenges, so they can become a naturally healthy eater.
Are you sick of attempting diets that feel boring and restrictive? Feel like you’re always picking up healthy eating only to put it back down a week later? Want the steps to taking your power back over your food choices?
This podcast will allow you to take immediate action on changing your eating habits without restriction or overwhelm. So, you can finally make healthy eating feel easy, enjoyable, and effortless for you.
Learn more at KatRentas.com.
When most of us think about food rules, we imagine being forced to eat “the right things”.
Where we’re restricting foods we love, while trying to harness willpower to eat what we’re supposed to.
In my coaching program, I teach women how to write their own food rules.
Where they’re deciding what limitations to set with food based on their needs, preferences, and goals.
In this episode, I explain the importance of setting food limitations and how you can begin doing this from an empowered place.
Learn more at: https://katrentas.com/food-rules-podcast/
Being The Healthy Eater
When beginning their journey to healthier eating, I notice most women will focus on WHAT they’re eating.
They’ll try to find the perfect diet, meal plan, or weight loss program so they know they’re “eating the right things” to get the results they want.
And then, something almost always goes wrong.
These women will find themselves craving unhealthy foods, falling off track with their food plans, and just feeling helpless to their eating choices.
So, what’s really going wrong with this approach? It’s that in this scenario, these women aren’t focusing on the first step to natural, healthy eating.
Which is changing WHO you’re showing up as everyday with food.
In today’s episode, you’ll discover why focusing on who you’re showing up as with food matters more than the diet plan you’ve been trying to stick to.
And I’ll share exactly what questions to ask yourself to begin showing up as the version of yourself who is a naturally healthy eater.
Learn more at: https://katrentas.com/being-the-healthy-eater-podcast/
What Is Self Care, Really?
How do you define self care?
When you think of self care do you picture bubble baths and cozying up on the couch watching Netflix?
Or, do you define self care as being willing to do what’s uncomfortable in service of your goals?
Many of us tend to approach self care in a way that doesn’t serve our eating habits, or goals, long-term.
In today’s episode, I’m teaching you how to change your relationship to self care.
So, instead of keeping you stuck, it allows you to improve your relationship to your body and achieve your biggest goals.
Learn more at: https://katrentas.com/what-is-self-care-podcast/
Owning Your Food Decisions
Do you find yourself feeling like your eating choices aren’t your own?
Like, you’re totally unconscious to why you don’t follow through with your food plans?
This is simply due to a lack of awareness of what causes you to have control of your eating habits.
And this comes from focusing on where we have control with the mind and body.
In this episode, I’m sharing why we feel like our eating habits aren’t quite our own, and exactly what to focus on to take back our power with our food choices.
Learn more at: https://katrentas.com/owning-your-food-decisions-podcast/
I want you to consider: what are you making it mean when you fail with food?
Maybe you created a food plan and then found yourself overeating, emotionally eating, or eating foods that weren’t on the plan.
In that moment of failure, you may think: ”I knew this would happen”, ”I don’t know how to do this”, or ”I’m not capable of changing my ways”.
Turns out, as humans in our current society, we’re conditioned to believe that failure means something has gone wrong and that they should be avoided at all costs.
In today’s episode, I’m teaching you how to change your relationship with food failure now.
To move forward, you’ll need to learn to change your relationship to food failure. Especially since failure with food isn’t only inevitable, it’s necessary to create the eating habits you want.
Learn more at: https://katrentas.com/food-failure-podcast/
Healthy Eating Mistakes
Do you find yourself struggling to eat healthy and thinking “What the heck am I doing wrong?!”.
I’ve been there too.
I remember being the best student of every diet, meal plan, and weight loss program I tried.
But, somehow, I would always end up with the same old eating habits, feeling totally clueless about what actually went wrong.
Years later, I learned exactly why this approach never worked for me long-term.
And I realized that other women were experiencing the same exact struggles I had with changing my eating habits.
In this episode, I’m sharing the 5 biggest mistakes I see women make when they try to change their eating habits.
If you’re wondering why you feel stuck with food — you’ll want to give this a listen.
Learn more at: https://katrentas.com/healthy-eating-mistakes-podcast/