How to Create a Healthy Relationship with Food

How to Create a Healthy Relationship with Food

Today I'm talking to Laura Jean, an Accredited Practicing Dietitian who promotes mindful, connected eating.

In this episode we talk about:

  • What it means to eat with awareness and how to develop this practice in your family.

  • How to listen to your "food navigation system".

  • How food rules can contribute to an unhealthy relationship with food.

  • The responsibilities of parents and the rights of children when it comes to making food choices.

  • Why emotions are not the problem when it comes to emotional eating.

  • How to begin eating with awareness if you have a rocky relationship with food.

  • How mothers with a history of an eating disorder can navigate this topic in a way that is healthy for their children and supportive of their own well-being.

And don’t forget to download Laura Jean's free guide "The 5 Steps to Fostering a Healthy Relationship with Food." https://eatwithawareness.com/kids

Listen in to our conversation then head over to the Facebook group at epaftershow.com to continue the conversation!

Food plays a bigger role than fueling, it plays an emotional role, and that’s okay.
— Laura Jean

Laura Jean is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian with 15 years experience who focuses on the 'whys' of eating and how you can connect to your body to guide your interaction with food. She is passionate about helping people to develop a healthier relationship with food and enjoy every eating experience. Laura helps women to ditch diets and be 'less crazy' around food. She empowers you to reclaim your inbuilt ability to interact with food and become the expert in your own food journey. Laura works with individuals, families and workplaces to promote mindful connected eating.

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