Weight loss and hunger are about so much more than calories consumed or “burned.” When looking to make changes to our habits, it’s important to take a deeper look into our relationship with food, body image, and ourselves.
Adrienne Youdim, MD, FACP, is an internist who specializes in medical weight loss and nutrition. Her mission is to transform the weight loss narrative to one that is both empowering and compassionate, inspiring people to live more physically and emotionally fulfilling lives.
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– The importance of utilizing all available resources: medical, spiritual, and emotional
– Physiological reasons behind emotional eating
– Strategies that impact weight loss
– Modeling good food relationships to our children
– How you “can’t bully yourself into change”
– How to address obesity in a non-shaming way
– The deep emotional hunger behind the physical hunger
– Changes in the female body that affect hunger and weight
– Impact of movement
– The protein factor on aging
– How to trust your intuition and identity food triggers
You can get Dr. Youdim’s book, Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss From the Inside Out on Amazon.
Follow her on Instagram @dradrienneyoudim, her podcast, “Health Bites,” and website dradrienneyoudim.com.
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