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Weight Gain and Trauma: Is There a Connection?

Conventional wisdom tells us that we gain weight only when we take in more calories than we use up in our day to day activities and exercise routines. But as today’s research clearly shows, there are many more reasons why the body may hang on to unwanted excess weight, and these reasons often have more to do with human psychology than with any nutritional formula. In this new video, I explore the connections between traumatic childhood experiences and adult obesity. You’ll discover how and why the body can respond to trauma with weight gain, and you’ll also learn some innovative ways to help your body let go of what it no longer needs.

 


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P.P.S. If you are not familiar with the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, where I am the CEO, we are an educational organization on a mission to forever change the way the world understands food, body and health. We offer trainings for professionals, programs for personal development, online events, live workshops and conferences, as well as plenty of free online content and inspiration. The Institute is the world’s first and only teaching organization dedicated to a forward thinking, positive, holistic approach to eating psychology and nutrition. Our students, friends and tribe come from all walks of life and many different countries with this one common goal – to learn a better way to heal our relationship with food, body, planet, and soul. It’s time for a fresh new approach to our eating concerns that’s truly nourishing and empowering. Learn more here.