Do you ever hate your body or any of your body parts?  Audrey Zona specializes in the psychology of eating which includes a person’s relationship with food after experiencing a loss or trauma.  She also explains why outer beauty is a reflection of inner health!

IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL HEAR ABOUT THINGS LIKE:

  • The difference between the old science and the new science of losing weight.
  • How Audrey helps people to realize how they gravitate towards food when looking for comfort and how she re-directs them so that they no longer use food as a coping mechanism.
  • How we can become addicted to certain foods and how to overcome that addiction.
  • The online nutrition program Audrey is hosting in September about women in college and weight gain.

SOME QUESTIONS IRENE ASKS AUDREY:

  • What do you have to say to the 97% of women who confess they have at least one “I hate my body moment” each day?
  • Why won’t a person lose weight even though she is eating salads all day?
  • What’s your discounted consultation offer for our listeners?

SHOW LINKS:

https://livezohealthy.com

CONTACT INFORMATION:

audreyzona@gmail.com

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