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Real people. Real breakthroughs. For more than 3 decades, Marc David has helped millions discover the true causes of their unwanted eating habits like overeating, binge eating, emotional eating and the inability to lose weight. In this unscripted show, Marc coaches real clients using his unique blend of psychology and nutrition. THEN he peels back the curtain to explain why he asked the questions he asked. Whether you want to transform your relationship with food or learn how you can help others, there’s no better place than the Psychology of Eating Podcast, and there’s no better way than hearing the stories of real people. PLUS - each week you’ll also hear from Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, with powerful messages designed to inform and inspire you along your transformational journey.

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Real people. Real breakthroughs. For more than 3 decades, Marc David has helped millions discover the true causes of their unwanted eating habits like overeating, binge eating, emotional eating and the inability to lose weight. In this unscripted show, Marc coaches real clients using his unique blend of psychology and nutrition. THEN he peels back the curtain to explain why he asked the questions he asked. Whether you want to transform your relationship with food or learn how you can help others, there’s no better place than the Psychology of Eating Podcast, and there’s no better way than hearing the stories of real people. PLUS - each week you’ll also hear from Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, with powerful messages designed to inform and inspire you along your transformational journey.

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Insightful. Visceral truths. Compassionate. Logical. Practical.

Grateful

By Alabrgl - Jun 18 2019
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So glad this podcast is back! Incredibly helpful.

iTunes Ratings

420 Ratings
Average Ratings
364
27
10
9
10

On Point

By law1010 - Jul 20 2019
Read more
Insightful. Visceral truths. Compassionate. Logical. Practical.

Grateful

By Alabrgl - Jun 18 2019
Read more
So glad this podcast is back! Incredibly helpful.
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Psychology of Eating

Latest release on Aug 01, 2019

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Real people. Real breakthroughs. For more than 3 decades, Marc David has helped millions discover the true causes of their unwanted eating habits like overeating, binge eating, emotional eating and the inability to lose weight. In this unscripted show, Marc coaches real clients using his unique blend of psychology and nutrition. THEN he peels back the curtain to explain why he asked the questions he asked. Whether you want to transform your relationship with food or learn how you can help others, there’s no better place than the Psychology of Eating Podcast, and there’s no better way than hearing the stories of real people. PLUS - each week you’ll also hear from Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, with powerful messages designed to inform and inspire you along your transformational journey.

Rank #1: Letting Go of Rules and Obsessions

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Sarah, 32, feels her obsession with finding the right foods and having the 'right' body (which began when she was a teenager) is now taking up so much head space and daily energy, it's got ahold of her. We learn that this comparison and self-judgement stems from her teenage modeling days, during which she felt very real pressure from her parents and the modeling industry to be in a smaller body. Marc's insights lead her to recognize that her big work will be about not just accepting the body she's been given, but owning it. Sarah knows that this challenge spills over into other areas of life, such as her relationship with her fiance. Listen to this episode to hear Sarah's full story, and the big breakthrough she is committed to practicing!

Sep 26 2017

59mins

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Rank #2: Binge Eating & Emotional Eating: What To Do?

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Leslie, 58, finds herself on a continuous hunt for happiness as she opens up to Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, about her use of overeating to disconnect. By digging deeper into relationship with Mom and Dad, the loss of her own child, and where all the past has brought her in the present, Marc and Leslie take a journey of discovery around what happiness might look like to her, some good practices moving forward, and letting go of past disappointments by starting with a true, deep self love.

May 23 2017

1hr 4mins

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Rank #3: Brain Health, Food and the Gut Interview with Dr. David Perlmutter

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Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating interviews Dr. David Perlmutter, Board-certified neurologist and Fellow of the American College of Nutrition. He’s the author of the number one New York Times bestselling book Brain Grain: The Surprising Truth About Wheat, Carbs and Sugar, Your Brain’s Silent Killers. In this interview, you’ll learn more about the connection between our gut bacteria and health and how inflammation, depression, autism, and many other diseases and neurological disorders are now being linked to the gut microbiome and how not so new treatments are being used successfully in lieu of drugs.

Watch the interview video and read the full transcript here

Jul 18 2019

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Rank #4: Important Insights into Overeating and Dieting- Interview with Amy Pershing

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Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating interviews Amy Pershing, CEO and founder of Binge Eating Disorder Association (BEDA). Amy has pioneered an integrated approach for the treatment of BED, based on more than 25 years of clinical experience. In this compelling interview, they discuss how trauma, dieting and other issues can affect binge eating as well the difference between men and women identify with eating disorders.

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May 23 2019

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Rank #5: Learning To Free The Mind from Obessessive Food Thoughts

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Taylor, almost 23, talks to Founder of The Institute for the Psychology of Eating, Marc David, and they unravel her feelings of wanting to be able to control her mind around food and body. A life-long athlete and recently graduated college cheerleader, Taylor recognizes that she is in transition into a move, a job, a different level of physical activity, and she's looking for some guidance on how to find freedom from negative thoughts and unwanted behaviors with food. Marc works with her to uncover where the work is, and how she can actually use the desire to control her mind, in order to be patient with her journey, instead of letting the negative thoughts take over. She walks away with some key tools and breakthroughs to carry her forward.

Apr 11 2017

48mins

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Rank #6: Follow-Up: Food is Always On Her Mind

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There's a fascinating connection between our emotions and our relationship with food. Jenny was worried because she thought of herself as an "emotional eater." She weighed more than she wanted to, and she had developed a habit of using food to fill the gaps in her emotional life. Having been raised by a single mom, she learned to cook at a young age, and she loved it; food soon became her friend, her mother, her intimate partner, the only place she could count on feeling nourished. In her first breakthrough session, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, helped Jenny to see that while her food "issues" were actually important coping strategies for her during certain periods of her life, she's now reached a stage of maturity and empowerment where she is able to rely on other sources of nourishment. Marc helped Jenny to revise her story about her past and understand that she has not been broken, but is right on track for personal growth. Tune in now to Jenny's follow up session and see how her new story is unfolding!

Nov 29 2016

44mins

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Rank #7: Discovering the Gift of An Eating Disorder

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For many people who have ever struggled with an eating disorder, a closer look reveals that this very eating disorder can be the symptom of something much deeper. In this podcast episode, Amanda opens up about her struggle with an eating disorder that has persisted for over 16 years. Triggered by stress and the fear of uncertainty, Amanda has felt very frustrated by and controlled by her habits with food. However, after further digging, Amanda and Marc make some great discoveries on what her eating disorder has really meant to her and what she can do to begin to let it go. In this powerful session, Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, helps Amanda rephrase the role of her disordered relationship with food by uncovering the important role it has played in her life. By the end, Amanda celebrates a greater self-awareness and readiness to end the cycle of binge eating that has plagued her for so long.

Jan 10 2017

48mins

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Rank #8: Ready to Heal Her Relationship with Food

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Jo, almost 40, starts off this episode by letting us know she truly wants to heal her relationship with food. We learn that it has been a life-long struggle to look a certain way. Her mother would hint that she needed to be skinnier, and she started dieting at age 11. From a nutritional standpoint, she has also noticed some shifts her body is calling for in regards to her diet. As a vegetarian for 20 years, she has recently been thinking she should re-introduce fish into her diet, and has become sensitive to some vegetarian staples, such as avocado. Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, gives her some practical changes to experiment with in her diet. Jo also comes away with new insights on how to continue celebrating her successes along the way, and grow into her queen and accepting herself with love and confidence.

Sep 19 2017

57mins

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Rank #9: A Woman Discovers the Root Causes of Her Eating Challenges

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Melissa's relationship with her body, her weight, and with food has been off for years. What she desires is just to find a peaceful place with it all. But, there many reasons Melissa struggles with what she does, and it has little to do with food. Follow this session as Melissa really opens up with Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, about how her experiences have led her down this path and where she is going from here. Marc and Melissa discover a lot about how her relationship to her mom, to the men in her life, and even her job have played a role in her relationship to her body and to food. Her entire identity has been impacted by these experiences and she is ready to shed some the self-inflicted restraints she has placed because of her weight and who she thinks she is supposed to be for other people.

Mar 14 2017

55mins

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Rank #10: Why Can't I Lose Weight? Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn from Weight- Part 1 with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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So many people want to lose weight, and yet there are so many frustrated and unsuccessful dieters. While it’s pretty standard to approach weight loss with low-calorie eating, intense exercise, or restrictive and specific diets, these methods ultimately fail for the majority of people. For some of us, it’s helpful to look to other dimensions when it comes to weight retention and loss. And the spiritual dimension is a great place to explore. Join Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating in this podcast episode he discusses a fascinating spiritual lesson that we can learn from weight – humility. This may be a missing link in your weight loss equation, and it can certainly help you see weight in a whole new light!

Jun 15 2019

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Rank #11: The Neuropsychology of Eating Interview with Dr. Srini Pillay

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Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating interviews Dr. Srini Pillay, who is a medical doctor, a world-renowned Harvard psychiatrist, executive coach, award-winning author, and brain imaging researcher. Dr. Pillay shares how he used his clinical research to provide a biological, psychological, and social perspective on one's health. In this interview, you'll learn how to use the two basic kinds of intentions in the brain, goal intentions and, implementation intentions to help you get through the discomfort of habit changes and set you up for success.

Watch the interview and read the full transcript here

Jun 13 2019

52mins

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Rank #12: The Psychology of the Perfect Diet with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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Many people are on an endless search for the one perfect diet that can help them have perfect health, perfect energy, perfect weight, and a life without any doubts when it comes to eating. Indeed, there are plenty of experts who are willing to sell you their version of the perfect way to eat. The challenge is, every nutrition guru has a different approach, and it often leaves us confused or disappointed. It’s time for some nutritional empowerment. In this fascinating podcast episode, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating shares some great distinctions that can help you see your relationship with perfection in a whole new light. These are some excellent insights you can put into action immediately that can make a real difference.

Jul 16 2019

7mins

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Rank #13: Women, Food & Criticism with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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When someone makes a comment about your appearance, how does it make you feel? And how long does the feeling stay with you? Praise and criticism, comparison and ranking can all send us on an emotional roller coaster ride, especially when it comes to how our body looks. But as it turns out, these critical or complimentary assessments aren’t just small talk – they actually have an evolutionary basis that helped early humans survive. Today, our physical and psychological responses to positive or negative feedback tend to happen on an unconscious level, but it’s extremely important to understand these processes if we want to experience the happiness and self-love that we deserve. In this podcast episode, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, presents a mind-bending new perspective on the impact of criticism on our metabolic well being. This will change the way you talk to yourself forever!

Jul 13 2019

8mins

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Rank #14: The Weight Just Won't Come Off: Now What?

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Mara is a self-described research junkie. She loves learning about health, wellness, and good nutrition, and she's in tune with her body's signals. But despite all her knowledge, she's frustrated because she finds herself turning to food for comfort, and can't seem to break out of a pattern of emotional eating. She dislikes her body shape and wants to lose weight, but hates how restrictive most diet plans are. In this thought-provoking session, Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, helps Mara to take a closer look at the target weight she's chosen for herself, and prompts her to ask some deeper questions about what she truly wants to change in her life. Tune in as Marc coaches Mara to start putting her energy toward a different and more powerful goal.

Sep 13 2016

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Rank #15: Learning To Finally Trust Her Body & Her Life

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Elizabeth can't remember the last time she felt completely okay about her body or her health for a long period of time. She has spent so much energy and time second guessing her decisions and looking for the next best fix or solution. Like many others, she feels tortured by the contradictory nutrition advice and can work herself into a tizzy trying to find the right answer. The only time she feels completely comfortable is in silence and meditation. In this really relatable session, Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, works with Elizabeth through some issues that many can relate to. He helps her appreciate all that she already knows and to really trust her innate body wisdom. He guides her into really stepping into and owning her queenhood. And he gives us all an important reminder about relaxing into the unknowns of life and releasing the reigns on having to know all the answers all the time.

Feb 14 2017

52mins

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Rank #16: Follow-Up: It's Time To Put An End To Binge Eating

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Kayla recovered from bulimia, but still struggles with binge eating. She's a personal trainer who tends to do things to extremes: a period of perfect healthy eating, followed by a period of of self-destructive binging. A history of sexual abuse has left her feeling uncomfortable in the presence of men. In her first session, Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, suggested that Kayla's binge eating is not actually the real problem, but that it's a symptom with an important message for her, and it's time for Kayla to really listen to that message. As Marc helped Kayla to see, a key part of that message is that in order to release binge eating, she will need to begin to heal her relationship with men. Tune in to this follow-up session to see how far Kayla has come!

Oct 11 2016

22mins

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Rank #17: Finally Getting Comfortable In Her Own Skin

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For most of her life, Catherine has struggled to really love her body. Ever since she can remember, she has been reminded by herself and even by her mother that her body was never good enough. Despite her best efforts, she has always come back to this place of wanting to fix her body and never feeling comfortable in front of other people, except for her husband. In this breakthrough session, Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, helps Catherine uproot some of the major underlying obstacles standing between her and her right to feel comfortable in her own skin. Catherine generously shares the story of her mother, her sister, and how those relationships influenced how she felt about and talked about her body for the years to come. Listen in as Marc and Catherine rewrite the story and reset some of those lifelong beliefs Catherine has held about herself.

Jan 17 2017

54mins

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Rank #18: Dairy, Gluten, and Weight

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Kelly, 29, gives Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, an idea of her challenges with weight. She is connecting her weight gain to some other unwanted symptoms like brain fog, acne, and fatigue. Diets feel too restrictive, and Kelly admits they have only taken her to a place of obsessive control over what she eats and over-exercising, or letting it all go and binging. Marc sheds some light on the situation, and invites her to view her situation as a life phase; a time in between being a caterpillar and a butterfly. Throughout her journey, she has tried different things, like Health at Every Size, and the Paleo Diet. But each thing has components that work for her, and components that don't. Kelly walks away with new insights on navigating her emotional self outside of emotional eating, and learns a new, more empowering definition of 'restrictive'.

Aug 22 2017

59mins

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Rank #19: 4 Secrets to Getting Unstuck with Weight Loss

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Have you hit a plateau in your weight loss efforts? Maybe you know the feeling: you count calories, you plan your meals perfectly, but the numbers on the scale simply refuse to change. This can be especially frustrating when a diet that was effective for a while suddenly stops producing results. If your efforts to lose weight by following a particular eating plan have stalled, you won't want to miss this illuminating new podcast episode. Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explains why the best way to get unstuck just might be to look beyond food food you're eating and consider some other key factors in your lifestyle. These great tips may be the missing pieces for you or someone you care about.

Sep 20 2016

5mins

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Rank #20: Follow-Up: Emotional Eating at 25 Years Old: A Surprising Cause

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Sometimes, getting close to achieving our goals for our ideal body can be pretty scary. After all, our body may have altered its weight, shape, or appearance in the past because that's what it thought we needed to keep us safe. Lindsey has done plenty of self exploration and healing work, and she's now ready to take it to the next level and release the last remaining challenges: an extra 10 pounds, chronic eczema, and a less than friendly body image. In an earlier session, Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, coached Lindsey toward accepting and empowering herself as a beautiful young woman. Tune in now and see how Lindsey has progressed on her journey to connect the dots between her past, her dreams, and her struggles with emotional eating.

Sep 20 2016

32mins

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A Heartfelt Approach to Functional Nutrition Interview with Andrea Nakayama

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Today Marc David interviews Andrea Nakayama. Andrea is a Functional Nutritionist, educator, and speaker, and she's taken the idea of food as personalized medicine from clinical practice to guiding thousands internationally through her online programs of Replenish PDX and Holistic Nutrition Lab. In this heartfelt interview, they discuss how illness or tragedy can be alchemized into beautiful life lessons and can help us rise to a higher purpose and become an advocate for yourself and others.

Watch the interview video and read the full transcript here!

Aug 01 2019

46mins

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What Are the Top Nutrition Trends to Watch-A Look at the Future of Nutrition with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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The field of nutritional science seems to change so quickly, it can be hard to keep up with the most current ideas about healthy eating. But what if you could take a peek into the future and see what concepts will be making headlines – tomorrow? In this intriguing new podcast episode, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, discusses 4 trends that are heating up right now, and are just about to burst onto the mainstream nutritional scene. If you want to find out what’s got the scientific community abuzz and be at the forefront of these exciting new developments, then tune in now and join Marc as he takes a little look into his crystal ball!

Jul 30 2019

10mins

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How to Understand All of Nutritional Science with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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Have you noticed that there’s an abundance of well-regarded nutrition experts with dietary systems and approaches that are vastly different – and yet they have scientific validation and a lot of passion to back it all up? Have you ever been frustrated by these contradictory messages, and wished you had some clarity and some answers? Join Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating in this informative and uplifting podcast episode. You’ll come away with a renewed understanding of the complex field of nutrition, and perhaps you’ll be able to relax a little and smile as you empower yourself with some fresh insights and information.

Jul 27 2019

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Powerful Topics in Medicine Interview with Sayer Ji

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Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, interviews Sayer Ji who is a widely recognized researcher, author, and founder of greenmedinfo.com. Greenmedinfo is known internationally for providing open access, evidence-based resources supporting natural and integrative healing modalities. Marc and Sayer discuss how true health is life empowerment and why so many people are choosing natural remedies.

Jul 25 2019

52mins

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This Nutritional Toxin Will Surprise You with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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It’s hard to avoid the seemingly endless amount of toxins that we’re exposed to via the air, water, our food, cosmetics, in the workplace, household items, and so much more. For sure, it’s a great strategy to try to clean up the toxins in your world as best you can. What many people tend to miss when it comes to detoxification are the toxins we self generate – meaning emotional toxins that can pollute our mind and ultimately drain the body. In this podcast episode, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, reveals a potent mental/emotional toxin that’s well worth letting go of. Learn how to empower yourself and your metabolism with some clear advice when it comes to food, body, and life.

Jul 23 2019

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Brain Health, Food and the Gut Interview with Dr. David Perlmutter

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Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating interviews Dr. David Perlmutter, Board-certified neurologist and Fellow of the American College of Nutrition. He’s the author of the number one New York Times bestselling book Brain Grain: The Surprising Truth About Wheat, Carbs and Sugar, Your Brain’s Silent Killers. In this interview, you’ll learn more about the connection between our gut bacteria and health and how inflammation, depression, autism, and many other diseases and neurological disorders are now being linked to the gut microbiome and how not so new treatments are being used successfully in lieu of drugs.

Watch the interview video and read the full transcript here

Jul 18 2019

50mins

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The Psychology of the Perfect Diet with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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Many people are on an endless search for the one perfect diet that can help them have perfect health, perfect energy, perfect weight, and a life without any doubts when it comes to eating. Indeed, there are plenty of experts who are willing to sell you their version of the perfect way to eat. The challenge is, every nutrition guru has a different approach, and it often leaves us confused or disappointed. It’s time for some nutritional empowerment. In this fascinating podcast episode, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating shares some great distinctions that can help you see your relationship with perfection in a whole new light. These are some excellent insights you can put into action immediately that can make a real difference.

Jul 16 2019

7mins

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Women, Food & Criticism with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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When someone makes a comment about your appearance, how does it make you feel? And how long does the feeling stay with you? Praise and criticism, comparison and ranking can all send us on an emotional roller coaster ride, especially when it comes to how our body looks. But as it turns out, these critical or complimentary assessments aren’t just small talk – they actually have an evolutionary basis that helped early humans survive. Today, our physical and psychological responses to positive or negative feedback tend to happen on an unconscious level, but it’s extremely important to understand these processes if we want to experience the happiness and self-love that we deserve. In this podcast episode, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, presents a mind-bending new perspective on the impact of criticism on our metabolic well being. This will change the way you talk to yourself forever!

Jul 13 2019

8mins

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The Future of Nutrition Interview with Dr. Mark Hyman

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Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating interviews speaker, educator, advocate, recently now the director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, Founder, and Director of The UltraWellness Center, chairman of the board of the Institute for Functional Medicine, medical editor at Huffington Post, Dr. Mark Hyman. In this interview, you’ll hear how policies are changing around funding research to create clinically based programs for Functional Medicine to partner with corporations as an alternative to healthcare. Marc and Mark discuss how food is information that helps modify our biology and gene expression and how more people are opening to old wisdom of what heals and so much more.

Watch the interview video and read the full transcript here

Jul 11 2019

38mins

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The Energy of Water with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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Who doesn't love water? We bathe in it, cook with it, drink it and swim in it. It can cool us off when we're hot and heat us up when we're cold. However, there's a lot more to water than meets the eye. Cutting edge scientific research that's being conducted right now tells us that water has a memory. Although some may find this controversial, mounting evidence shows us that water holds whatever energy we put into it. Join Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating in this intriguing podcast episode as he unearths the science behind how water carries energetic imprints and how this can affect our body chemistry.

Jul 09 2019

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The Missing Ingredient in All of Nutrition with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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For many people today, the gold standard of healthy eating is a natural, organic, whole foods diet. And for sure, this is a fabulous standard to aim for. But it’s not always enough. You could still be missing this one particular key ingredient. You won’t find this missing ingredient on any nutrition labels, and it’s not commonly talked about, but without it, no meal is truly complete. Interested to know more? Then check out this podcast episode where Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating explains this mystery ingredient and how something that’s so easy to overlook can have a profound effect on our nutritional health.

Jul 08 2019

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Food, Money and Power with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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Have you ever wondered about the connection between food, money, and power? Have you considered that there might be some unseen magic that runs between these important life domains? In this thought-provoking podcast episode, Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating discusses how understanding the innate connection between food money and power can help create a better you, and a healthier world.

Jul 06 2019

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Wisdom from a Functional Nutrition Dietician Interview with Kathie Swift

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Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating interviews Kathie Swift, a registered dietician, and nutritionist, who has pioneered and directed leading-edge nutrition programs at Dr. Mark Hyman's UltraWellness Center, at the famous Canyon Ranch Health Resorts, and at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Kathie speaks about how her personal struggles with fatigue led her to switch gears in college and why she started studying nutrition. Kathie shares how nutrition is not just for the body, but true Nutrition is at a much deeper level. Nutrition is of the mind, spirit, and heart. Learn some of Kathie’s insights on how she helps her clients navigate all the influx of information and technology we have available to us.

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Jul 04 2019

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Our Deepest Darkest Secrets About Food with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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Chances are if you’re a human being alive on planet Earth, then you have some secrets that few people know about. And for many of us, some of the most potent and debilitating secrets we have are secrets about food. We might secretly binge eat, or overeat, or sneak foods that we don’t want anyone to know about. We might be walking around with secret shame and guilt about what we ate, how out of control we feel, and how much we dislike our own body. Some secrets are best kept secret, while others need a different approach. Tune in to this podcast episode where Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, shares some secrets about our food secrets. We think you’ll come away more hopeful and inspired about any concerns you face around food and body.

Jul 02 2019

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Mothers, Daughters and Body Image - Are You in a Food and Body Competition?- Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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Do you have beliefs or habits around eating that seem like they have been a part of your life for as long as you can remember? If you trace these aspects of your relationship with food back to their origins, you might be surprised to learn that their roots reach even farther than your own birth. So many of us learn how to relate to food, eating, and our bodies from our parents. But when our parents weren’t fully loved, nurtured, or cared for when they were children themselves, they’re likely to pass their unresolved issues on to their own kids – often without even realizing it. If you’ve ever felt frustrated or hurt by the messages you’ve received from your parents about your body or your relationship with food, or if you want to help your children develop healthy, loving attitudes toward themselves, please tune in to this illuminating and heartfelt podcast episode Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, will share some insights into the unique characteristics of mother-daughter bonds and how these special connections can shape our attitudes toward food and eating for life.

Jun 29 2019

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Clinical Hypnosis, Mind Body Science and Eating Interview with Dr. Steven Gurgevich

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Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating interviews Dr. Steven Gurgevich, a psychologist specializing in mind-body medicine using Clinical Hypnosis. He has over 41 years of experience with his private practice at Behavioral Medicine Ltd. In Tucson, Arizona. In this interview, you’ll hear how powerful your mind is and how your body does not differentiate from real or imagined experiences. Learn to use modalities like hypnosis to retrain your mind to use it as a tool to empower your mind-body connection.

Watch the interview video and read the full transcript here

Jun 27 2019

52mins

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Why Can't I Lose Weight?- Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn from Weight- Part 4 with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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We live in a world where weight, body fat, and extra pounds are a pretty big deal. And yet, our strategies when it comes to weight loss aren’t working and are often causing us to do battle with our own bodies. The good news is, there’s a dimension that goes beyond what we can see and understand when it comes to weight and its loss. It’s the domain of the spiritual. Join Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, in this podcast episode where he shares about an important spiritual lesson we can discover from weight: true power. We think you’ll find this to be a fascinating and results-oriented approach to weight.

Jun 25 2019

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Why Can't I Lose Weight?- Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn from Weight- Part 3 with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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We live in a world where weight, body fat, and extra pounds are a pretty big deal. And yet, our strategies when it comes to weight loss aren’t working and are often causing us to do battle with our own body. The good news is, there’s a dimension that goes beyond what we can see and understand when it comes to weight and its loss. It’s the domain of the spiritual. Join Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, in this podcast episode where he shares about an important spiritual lesson we can discover from weight: Love. We think you’ll find this to be a fascinating and results-oriented approach to weight.

Jun 22 2019

6mins

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What’s in the Way IS the Way Interview with Mary O’Malley

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Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating interviews author, counselor and awakening mentor, Mary O’Malley. In this heartfelt interview, you’ll hear how Mary learned to transform her life by dropping into her heart and embracing her traumatic childhood, eating disorder and eventually several suicide attempts. In Mary’s words “As you heal the war inside of you, the war of struggle that brings so much suffering, you become a part of the healing of our planet.”

Watch the interview video and read the full transcript here

Jun 20 2019

44mins

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Why Can't I Lose Weight?-Spiritual Lessons We Can Learn from Weight- Part 2 with Marc David- Psychology of Eating Podcast

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We live in a world where weight, body fat, and extra pounds are a pretty big deal. And yet, our strategies when it comes to weight loss aren’t working and are often causing us to do battle with our own body. The good news is, there’s a dimension that goes beyond what we can see and understand when it comes to weight and its loss. It’s the domain of the spiritual. Join Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, in this podcast episode where he shares about an important spiritual lesson we can discover from weight: patience. We think you’ll find this to be a fascinating and results-oriented approach to weight.

Jun 18 2019

6mins

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On Point

By law1010 - Jul 20 2019
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Insightful. Visceral truths. Compassionate. Logical. Practical.

Grateful

By Alabrgl - Jun 18 2019
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So glad this podcast is back! Incredibly helpful.