37 min

Never Binge Again: Strategies to Overcome Emotional Eating Balanced Living For Busy Professionals Podcast

    • Alternative Health

Our connection to food starts at birth and our food driven culture is a way to give pleasure to our lives. But sometimes we use food to fill a void and our emotional connection to food can cause problems. Glenn Livingston, author of Never Binge Again: Stop Overeating and Binge Eating and Reprogram Yourself to Think Like Permanently Thin Person...on the Food Plan of Your Choice!, joins Diane to discuss emotional eating. They uncover what emotional eating means, discuss emotional issues and food. Plus, you’ll hear strategies to help you build a solid foundation that can resist food impulses no matter what emotional state you are in.
Glenn Livingston is a veteran psychologist and former CEO to a multi-billion dollar consulting firm. He has an interesting perspective on food, both as a professional and as a formerly obese man.
What you will learn in this episode:
What emotional eating really means and how eating hyper palatable food impacts your neurological and physiological systems The study Glenn did to understand which foods people turn to for comfort and struggle to stop eating Glenn describes which emotional issues you are likely to have depending on which kinds of food you tend to binge on Making your food decisions in advance How creating statements of character is how you beat emotional eating How the negative voice you hear after you make a mistake is binge motivated and how it's hard to keep binging if you refuse to yell at yourself Strategies to separate yourself from your lizard brain How advertising, and other messaging from the environment, impacts our lizard brain and directs our decisions How advertising affects you more when you believe it doesn't impact you How to deal with guilt and shame Quotes:
“You don't need to figure out why you overeat, you need to figure out how to stop.”
“Character trumps willpower.”
“That's how you beat emotional eating. Your create statements of character.”
“If you ask people if they can give up chocolate during the week, a lot of them will so no. Well could you become the kind of person who doesn't eat chocolate during the week and they'll say yes.”
“It's very hard to love yourself out of an addiction
Contact Glenn Livingston:
NeverBingeAgain.com
Contact Diane:
Feedback@dianerandallconsults.com
Ask your questions or share your feedback:
Write your comments in the show notes section
Website:
http://www.DianeRandallConsults.com
Get Diane’s new book, “Jumpstart Your Life:  Find Your Motivation and Change Your Life One Step at a Time “available online at Amazon US, Amazon UK, Amazon Canada, Barnes & Noble, Indie Bound and other online retailers.
Join my private Jumpstart Your Life Community on Facebook.  Get resources, tips and ideas as you integrate the Jumpstart Your Life process.

Our connection to food starts at birth and our food driven culture is a way to give pleasure to our lives. But sometimes we use food to fill a void and our emotional connection to food can cause problems. Glenn Livingston, author of Never Binge Again: Stop Overeating and Binge Eating and Reprogram Yourself to Think Like Permanently Thin Person...on the Food Plan of Your Choice!, joins Diane to discuss emotional eating. They uncover what emotional eating means, discuss emotional issues and food. Plus, you’ll hear strategies to help you build a solid foundation that can resist food impulses no matter what emotional state you are in.
Glenn Livingston is a veteran psychologist and former CEO to a multi-billion dollar consulting firm. He has an interesting perspective on food, both as a professional and as a formerly obese man.
What you will learn in this episode:
What emotional eating really means and how eating hyper palatable food impacts your neurological and physiological systems The study Glenn did to understand which foods people turn to for comfort and struggle to stop eating Glenn describes which emotional issues you are likely to have depending on which kinds of food you tend to binge on Making your food decisions in advance How creating statements of character is how you beat emotional eating How the negative voice you hear after you make a mistake is binge motivated and how it's hard to keep binging if you refuse to yell at yourself Strategies to separate yourself from your lizard brain How advertising, and other messaging from the environment, impacts our lizard brain and directs our decisions How advertising affects you more when you believe it doesn't impact you How to deal with guilt and shame Quotes:
“You don't need to figure out why you overeat, you need to figure out how to stop.”
“Character trumps willpower.”
“That's how you beat emotional eating. Your create statements of character.”
“If you ask people if they can give up chocolate during the week, a lot of them will so no. Well could you become the kind of person who doesn't eat chocolate during the week and they'll say yes.”
“It's very hard to love yourself out of an addiction
Contact Glenn Livingston:
NeverBingeAgain.com
Contact Diane:
Feedback@dianerandallconsults.com
Ask your questions or share your feedback:
Write your comments in the show notes section
Website:
http://www.DianeRandallConsults.com
Get Diane’s new book, “Jumpstart Your Life:  Find Your Motivation and Change Your Life One Step at a Time “available online at Amazon US, Amazon UK, Amazon Canada, Barnes & Noble, Indie Bound and other online retailers.
Join my private Jumpstart Your Life Community on Facebook.  Get resources, tips and ideas as you integrate the Jumpstart Your Life process.

37 min