Are you addicted to food? Heather Dane shows you how to eliminate cravings, binge eating, blood sugar problems, fatigue and eating disorders naturally.
This week, I started baking again. And the first recipe I made were these chocolate drop cookies. My old survival recipe.
Addictions can span many areas, from food, drugs and alcohol to shopping, overworking, co-dependence. Discover tips for breaking free from addiction.
The common theme in symptoms if you changed your diet are depression, low energy, bowel changes, lack of motivation and feeling stuck or like a basket case.
Your subconscious mind is powerful! Much of what’s in our subconscious are old belief systems created from a very young age. Dr. Darren Weissman invited me to be a part of his LifeLine Technique Masters Series. Check out this video interview with Dr. Darren.
For 10 days, I share tips on how to detox sugar from your mind, body and spirit with natural kitchen remedies and easy practices you can do on your own.
Food…what a love hate relationship we seem to have with it. And it’s not just with anorexia, bulimia or binge eating. It’s America in general. We love our food and no one better tell us what or how to eat. And yet, we’re being told all the time.
When I first started out in my recovery, there was very little information about what happens to the body in recovery and how to spot the stages of imbalance. I found many people with experience in healthcare for eating disorders didn’t know how to guide me on what my body might go through.
Any time we go against how we truly want to be or what we truly want to do, our lives start to go out of alignment. This can create imbalance, that at first might manifest as unhappiness and insecurity – and over time, if you truly stray from following your heart’s desire, we can create addiction.
If you read my last post on How Yoga Changed My Life, you’ll get a sense of the shifts that occurred for me from creating a yoga practice. I really learned a stronger connection with and appreciation for my body – along with a calming of my mind.
Within the last 100 years, the consumption of sugar has gone from an average of 5 pounds per person to 150 pounds per person annually! We might be addicted to sugar.
We all have a God-given state of healing, so it doesn’t have to be a cognitive process. We can tap into our subconscious mind to allow healing to function and basically create what we want.