We’re continuing our Five Dimensions of Well-Being series with another episode around the HEALTH dimension called: How To Stop Eating Your Emotions.
The featured Alignment Film is: Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead 2. This is the follow up to Joe Cross’ documentary: Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead.
In this sequel, Joe Cross examines how to make healthy habits last. Joe meets with experts who present realistic solutions to help people make improvements to eating behaviors and overall health that are long-term and sustainable.
As Joe sets out to learn how to be healthy, he talks to a wide range of experts, follows up with folks from the first film, and connects with new people along the way. Each one helps Joe learn that healthy eating is only one aspect of living a healthy life. From stay-at-home moms to world-class surgeons to office workers in Kenya, we see that everyone is trying to be healthier, yet struggling to do so.
While on his journey and especially with a lot of travel, Joe experiences some ups and downs when it comes to managing his own weight. Joe’s food battles resemble those of the everyday people he meets in his travels.
In this show we discuss how to make a shift from using food to soothe your emotions.
Sue-Anne’s Alignment Session is called: Be Nice to Yourself.