Today we’re demystifying what it means to struggle with emotional eating. This term can get thrown around “oh, i’m an emotional eater…” But today, my guest Amber Romaniuk explains the mental, hormonal, and physical battle behind the binging, as learned through her own personal struggle.
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Amber Romaniuk is an Emotional Eating, Digestive and Hormone Expert who helps professional women achieve optimal health through mindful eating, self-care and overcoming self-sabotage with food. Her podcast “The No Sugarcoating Podcast” has over half a million downloads and she has appeared on local TV 50 times in the last three years alone.
Amber overcame her own emotional eating after gaining and losing more than 1000 lbs and spending over $50,000 on binge foods and spending 5 years balancing her hormones and digestion. Now she helps others achieve Body Freedom™ so they have the confidence and health to create amazing lives.
PODCAST: No Sugarcoating Podcast
You’ll Learn: How to overcome your battle with binge eating
There are a lot of health and fitness influencers out there, sharing their dieting tips and workout plans, but what’s not often talked about are the difficulties of overcoming emotional eating. Amber Romaniuk, Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant, shares her personal struggle, and how she now helps other women conquer emotional eating, hormone imbalance, and digestive issues.
- Amber’s personal struggle with emotional eating, and how she turned her life around and ultimately built her business
- How binging can impact your health, hormones, relationships, and more
- Overcoming the mental struggle of overeating
- Managing stress in a healthy way
- Why diets don’t help you overcome emotional eating and hearing “eat less, exercise more” doesn’t help
- Avoiding triggers, temptations, and stressors that fuel binge eating
- Ending self-sabotage and building a healthy relationship with food and your body
Resources for Emotional Eating
Amber recommends “You Can Heal your Life” by Louise Hay, as well as any books or resources from Wayne Dyer and Bob Proctor (including a couple suggestions below).