Lose Weight Without Dieting – New Podcast Helps Listeners Win the Diet War
Los Angeles, California – (News4us.com) March 17, 2013
Win The Diet War, a free podcast available for subscription in iTunes under the Health/Self Help category, has released the latest in a series of informative podcasts.
The show is geared towards men and women who are fed up with dieting and seek a new approach to losing weight.
Podcast host Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin, Psy.D. explains that people don’t binge or compulsively overeat because they lack willpower.
They may think they are addicted to carbs or sugar or they have a food problem, but that is not the case. Dr. Nina says, “Nobody has an eating problem.
They have a problem coping with feelings, a problem dealing with anger or disappointment, or comforting themselves. Eating is actually a solution to these problems.”
According to Dr. Nina, overeating is a way of coping with difficult feelings or conflicts.
The podcast series is designed to help listeners identify and then process the underlying issues that lead to bingeing or compulsive eating.
In the newest episode, titled “Stay Out Of Your Head (And The Fridge)” she challenges the notion that people can change their food behaviors through logic.
Dr. Nina advises listeners that feelings need their attention, not condemnation. She highlights common ways that people try to think away their feelings and gives alternate solutions to these dilemmas.
She says, “When you think less and feel more, you’re not as likely to turn to food to make yourself feel better. When you get out of your head, you’ll stay out of the fridge.”
About Win the Diet War Podcasts
Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin, Psy.D. is a psychoanalyst who specializes in emotional eating and a recognized expert on binge eating, interviewed for her expertise by the Los Angeles Times and other publications.
She also writes articles on disordered eating from a psychoanalytic perspective. Her blog, Make Peace With Food (www.makepeacewithfood2day.blogspot.com) was recently named a “Best Health Blog” by Healthline.
Win The Diet War is released on a biweekly basis and is available for subscription at iTunes.
To listen to this podcast, visit the iTunes store or visit the official website, www.winthedietwarpodcast.com.
Contact Nina Savelle-Rocklin with inquiries directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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