Episode 220: Hidden Hungers with  Dr. Melissa McCreery

Identifying your hidden hunger can help you break the overeating and stress eating once and for all.

01:00 Dr. Melissa McCreary discusses breaking the cycle of being overwhelmed, overloaded and overeating without feeling deprived. Dr. McCreary talks about the power of the mind and how our negative messages affect our food choices.

09:07 Identifying and addressing hidden hungers can help overcome overeating caused by stress, exhaustion, and difficult emotions.

15:53 The importance of addressing one’s mindset and beliefs when it comes to changing eating habits, rather than relying on self-control and deprivation.

20:53 Women may lose hope and confidence due to societal pressure. The belief that the problem is their fault and can only be fixed with self-control and willpower is a dead end that discourages curiosity.

22:57Take your power back by understanding the reason you eat and practicing mindfulness to stay in touch with your body and emotions.

30:12 Making changes with food and weight loss doesn’t have to be hard and miserable. It can be easy with the right mindset.

Resources Mentioned

Whether you are recovering from an illness or just looking to maintain your current overall health, schedule a consult with us at Serenity Health Care  by calling  (262)522-8640 or visit https://www.serenityhealthcarecenter.com 

About our Guest:

She has helped thousands of women break cycles with overwhelm, overload, and overeating without feeling deprived, and without depending on ridiculous amounts of willpower. Over 32,000 women have taken her free Hidden Hungers quiz online. Participants in Dr. McCreery’s signature program lose their cravings and their overeating habits. Her approach to helping working mothers, busy professionals, and stressed-out business owners emphasizes ditching diet mentality and using the power of psychology. Her perspective has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Weight Watchers Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Working Mother, Fitness, Women’s Health, CNN Health, Real Simple, and Self.

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