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How to Overcome Your Struggles with Food

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: If you struggle with your eating habits, getting proper nutrition and achieving whole health is also a challenge.
Air Date: 5/2/17
Duration: 26:24
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Joan Gregerson, Holistic Health Coach
Joan-GregersonJoan Gregerson is an author, holistic health coach, blogger, and inspirational speaker.

She writes with humor and passion to promote her message that peace is always within our grasp.

Joan is on a mission to help others make this simple shift. TUNE IN and experience the surprisingly fun way to transform your life!
  • Book Title: Tuning In to Inner Peace: The Surprisingly Fun Way to Transform Your Life
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/JoanGregerson
  • Guest Twitter Account: @JoanGregerson
How to Overcome Your Struggles with Food
If you struggle with your eating habits, getting proper nutrition and achieving whole health is also a challenge.

Joan Gregerson, Holistic Health Coach, thinks the answer lies in looking first at why you eat, then how, then what.

It makes sense to say that the "why" is for survival, sustenance, nourishment -- essentially, living. Why is living important and why is your life, specifically, important? What is your purpose? What you eat should be the result of answering those questions. It's the key to figuring out how you can bolster your life with your food choices. 

For example, choosing fast food creates a different world than sprouting your own seeds. 

Listen in as Joan joins host Lisa Davis to explain her philosophy around food issues, as well as how you can set up an easy plan to get your habits on the healthy path.

She also discusses "Finding Food Freedom" with these four points:

  • Bioindividuality: What works for one individual may not work for another.
  • Spirituality: Mindful eating, choosing food based on how it is raised and knowing how your choices impact the environment.
  • Community: Overcoming isolation, loneliness and experiencing love; belonging and purpose is as important as food in keeping people healthy.
  • Ingenuity: Looking to nature as a model to follow; the awe and elegance of eating... simply as people have done for thousands of years.

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