The Shame Monster of Emotional Eating with Suzanne Carpenter
Introduction to Episode
Suzanne Carpenter shares her story of overcoming the shame monster of emotional eating, and now she teaches you to do the same thing.
Podcast Episode Summary
Michigan State University graduate, Suzanne Carpenter, joined me so we could discuss food. Suzanne shares her story of emotional eating and with an eating disorder, through her moment of change, and now on the other side where she teaches people how to have a healthy relationship with the food on their plate.
Suzanne shares snippets of how “outrunning the fork” doesn’t usually work, and it’s not a sustainable strategy. She breaks down that exercise is not weight loss, rather a key to health living. But, what we really need? We need to eat in the proportions that work for us.
You have to want to change
Understand protein, fat, and fiber
Understand your pattern of eating
Understand the difference between physical hunger and emotional hunger
Drink 3L of water per day
Today is a great day to start
Visit Sur at her website or her Facebook Group. On her website, you’ll find access to her SOS text messages, her fiber list, and so much more.
For more information about Michelle, Balance Shared, events, and projects, please visit www.michellelasley.com.