Check out an awesome interview I did with psychotherapist Erin Byron on the psychology of eating. Erin’s spent more than a decade working with clients who have many types of issues. As part of this therapeutic work, she sees clients who either come to her for help with disordered eating or find that their eating is affected by other problems in their lives.
According to Erin, many of us view eating and food as we view other relationships in our life. And whether you’re an elite athlete or a working mom, one important key to healthy eating is figuring out just what kind of relationship you have with your food.