Session 128: How Black/Brown Women Can Have A More Positive Relationship With Food

In this week’s Between Sessions episode, Eliza & Eboni go over some common indicators that your boundaries aren’t working for you and what you can do about it.

Session 128: How Black/Brown Women Can Have A More Positive Relationship With Food

May 18, 2022 | Between Sessions Podcast

Are you able to eat a piece of pizza without feeling guilt?

Have you been told that you’re obese because your BMI is too high? 

Are you regularly restricting calories out of fear of being “fat & unhealthy”?

If you answered “yes” to any of these then you may have that struggle love type of relationship with food.

In this week’s episode Dr. Ebony Butler, PhD, Licensed Psychologist & Food Relationship Strategist sits down with Eliza & Eboni to shed some light on why we should question many of the messages from the wellness industry and tips on how to have a more positive relationship with food.

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