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Jul 27, 2022

Today I’m joined with Isabel Dawkes, a Registered Nutritional Therapist specialising in disordered eating and women’s health conditions such as PCOS, endometriosis and hypothalamic amenorrhea. Her previous life as chef and love of food is what inspired her to pursue further studies to help others discover that food can be both nutritious as well as enjoyable and delicious. In this episode we’re chatting all about the differences between binge eating, emotional eating and overeating.

In today's podcast we discuss:

  • Isabel's past as a private chef and her current work in the eating disorder recovery space
  • What binge eating actually is and the differences between a subjective and objective binge
  • The signs and symptoms of binge eating disorder
  • The difference between unconditional permission to eat and binge eating
  • Why emotional eating isn't inherently bad
  • Positive and negative emotional eating
  • Building a toolbox of strategies to overcome binge eating or emotional eating
  • The definition of overeating and why or when it can happen
  • Ways to overcome binge eating, emotional eating or episodes of overeating as you work towards recovery

Follow Isabel online @isabeldawkes_health

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