Real people. Real breakthroughs. For more than three decades, Marc David has helped millions discover the true causes of their unwanted eating habits like overeating, binge eating, emotional eating and the inability to lose weight. In this unscripted show, Marc coaches real clients using his unique blend of psychology and nutrition. Whether you want to transform your relationship with food or learn how you can help others, there’s no better place than The Psychology of Eating Podcast, and there’s no better way than hearing the stories of real people.
In Session With Marc David: Coming Into Our Queenly Power Around Body Image
In this episode Marc speaks with Gabriela, a Mexico City resident and health-based entrepreneur who has recently completed The Mind Body Eating Coach Certification Training from the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. Gabriela has been dealing with body image issues for many years and recognizes that these issues are affecting her ability to effectively coach her clients. Listen as Marc helps Gabriela identify how she can find peace around her body image so that she can do the same for her own clients.
In Session With Marc David: Our Relationship with Food is Like A Dance
Maria is a 31-year old director of a dance and cardio training program who has a lifelong love of nutrition and finds herself generally happy with her relationship to food and body. But she finds herself often busy at work on her computer, and often missing her body’s cues for when and what to eat. In today’s episode of The Psychology of Eating Podcast, eating psychology expert Marc David helps Maria develop a more present and nuanced relationship with her appetite. Tune in now!
In Session With Marc David: A Woman Turns The Tide On Negative Self-Talk
In this week’s episode, Marc works with Nikol, a 40-year old law professor from Croatia. Nikol acknowledges she’s a sensitive person who often turns to food, especially sugar, to manage her emotions. While Nikol is looking to lose weight, more than anything she wants to find freedom around food … to be able to enjoy it, but not need it to calm or numb her feelings. Tune in as Marc David, founder of The Mind Body Eating Coach Certification Training, helps her redefine what freedom around food truly mea
Why Emotional Metabolism is Key to a Vibrant, Healthy Life with Marc David
Eating psychology expert Marc David offers interesting insights into the root causes of disordered and emotional eating. In this short video he speaks about the concept of emotional metabolism. Listen in learn more about emotional metabolism and how it’s connected with unwanted eating challenges.
In Session With Marc David: A 48 Year Old Woman Ends The Battle With Her Body
Join eating psychology expert Marc David in this episode of the Psychology of Eating Podcast, where we are introduced to 48-year-old yoga instructor Melanie. Melanie had no weight problems and then she gained 65 pounds after her pregnancies. She is now focused on overcoming her food and weight issues, which Marc helps her unravel. Learn about Marc’s suggestions for Melanie that would effectively reorient her whole approach to food, and solve a problem that has been plaguing her for years.
The Most Important Exercise Secret with Marc David
In this episode of The Psychology of Eating Podcast Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, has an interesting proposition for those who hate to exercise: Don’t, he says! If you exercise only for weight loss or because you hate your body, don’t do it. Marc explains why exercise that comes from a place of force and self-hate is self-defeating, and why it ultimately goes against your best efforts to lose weight. Listen in as Marc explains what you should do instead.
Love Marc David. He helps you discover the WHY and helps you dig into your thoughts and emotions to discover the problem and the solution.
I like a lot of the message in this podcast I just wish there were more language around Health At Every Size and Intuitive Eating. I don’t think it’s necessary to ask specific weight since those numbers can be triggering for people with disordered eating which I imagine a lot of the audience has.
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This podcast is remarkable in so many ways: 1) no matter the topic, Marc is able to make the podcast relevant for many; 2) the topics are interesting and not redundant; 3) he knows how to make people feel comfortable even through a podcast; and 4) he has so much wisdom to share that I have been able to garner many lessons even though I might not have the same exact issue as the person being interviewed. I am learning so much and hope that others take a moment to listen. It's eye-opening, but could also be life-changing. I know it has been for me.