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Emotional and Addictive Eating: Strategies for Breaking Free

By Ritamarie Loscalzo


Emotional eating is something that most people have turned to at some point in their lives when emotions get strong and the desire to turn them off is even stronger.

Some people turn to eating when under stress, like a death in the family, an overbearing boss and tight deadlines, or challenges with children or families.

The only way to truly break free from emotional eating is by addressing the underlying emotions, and healing them.

I’m joined in this interview, recorded live, by Tricia Nelson, author of Heal Your Hunger: 7 Simple Steps to End Emotional Eating Now. There is a solution in her PEP process.

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