Almost every woman has struggled with body image at some point in her life, but for some people, dieting can become a serious and destructive battle.
For Integrative Nutrition visiting teacher Geneen Roth, emotional eating had reached a point she describes as “live or die.” After going from anorexic to her heaviest weight ever in just two months, she reached a breaking point – both physically and spiritually.
Roth embarked on a journey of healing that led her to become a pioneer in the field emotional eating. Now the bestselling author of Women Food and God, When Food is Love, and Breaking Free from Emotional Eating, Roth is a true inspiration to us all.
Watch the interview with her below to her more about her incredible story!
Have you ever struggled with an eating disorder or emotional eating issues? In what way did it reflect something you were missing in another area of your life? We’d love to hear about your experience – please share in the comment section below!
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