Why do we keep eating sugar, even though we know it’s taking its toll on our health? Even though we have diabetes? Even though we feel scared? Food psychology coach Laura Lloyd coaches on this.
Cognitive Behavioural therapy studies the link between our cognitions – our thoughts – and the things we end up doing – our behaviours.
By using your imagination to rehearse the thoughts and behaviours you’d like to see more of in your life, you can strengthen weight loss, says Food Psychology Coach Laura Lloyd.
‘Buffering’ is a term used by Brook Castillo to explain emotionally avoidant behaviour many of us think of as ‘addictions’. Here food psychology coach Laura Lloyd explains buffering and emotional eating in a nutshell.
Overeating after work is common. And Laura Lloyd, food psychology coach and habit change specialist, has done her fair share.