It took Christa Blanckenberg, dietitian and food psychology coach at Mannah Coaching, 5 years and 21 clients to transition from full-time corporate to full-time CEO. She used her diverse background in Health (even worked with the NHS UK at one point) to create a product, test it, and understand that there is a need for the food psychology coaching that she offers.
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Christa shares 3 ways on how you can stop obsessing over food and use that energy to build your business, instead.
Your struggle with food is like a tug of war. The more you control food, the more it controls you. Learn to get out of your head and get into your body. Listen to your hunger and fullness cues more.
Food guilt is a heavy burden to carry. The stress that it gives you is actually worse than the food itself. It is counterproductive and can lead you to spiral into self-sabotaging habits.
Look at emotional eating with kindness and compassion. Whenever you’re about to start emotional eating, see it as a warning sign that you may be stressed. Reflect on what the true reason you’re about to eat is.
How do you handle your food obsessions? Let me know!