You may have heard diets don’t work. You may also know that dieting can lead to eating disorders. Both are true. But how do you actually detox yourself from the allure of diets and weight loss if you struggle with self-acceptance?
Kari Anderson says we have to practice mindfulness. It’s not “woo,” it’s the WAY. When you’re mindful to what is going on with your mood and emotions, you can make better decisions about what your body needs.
Learn how dieting sets you up to eat emotionally and can lead to binge eating disorder. Kari shares her personal and professional journey to real health through loving self care. Find out what I loved about attending Green Mountain at Fox Run when I first became a dietitian. Get a free #BeHerNow training at www.Fitwoman.com
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Get to know Kari Anderson
Dr. Kari Anderson has been treating eating disorders for 25 years, with emphasis on Binge Eating Disorder. She currently is Executive Director for Green Mountain at Fox Run in Ludlow, Vermont and acts as President of the Women’s Center for Binge and Emotional Eating.
Co-creator of the Am I Hungry?® Mindful Eating for Binge Eating Program, Kari also co-authored the award-winning book, Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat for Binge Eating: A Mindful Eating Program for Healing Your Relationship with Food and Your Body.
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