Many people are lucky enough to go through life without ever having to give a second thought to what they put in their mouths or how they feed their bodies. Other people become completely consumed and overwhelmed by eating to the point that their relationship with food becomes dysfunctional and unhealthy.
Dysfunctional eating can become a struggle for anyone, at any age and of any gender. Often dysfunctional eating starts with simple dieting strategies. Over time, these dieting plans morph into something that no longer resembles a sound weight management plan.
Dysfunctional eating starts to disrupt normal life when it interferes with the healthy intake of food. It is called dysfunctional because eating is no longer about consuming food to satisfy a nutritional need or to satisfy hunger but instead is used for other reasons, which are usually egregious in nature.
This course will help people to overcome this dysfunctional eating issue with 15 ways to have a more healthy relationship with food.