EMOTIONAL EATING IS INSIDIOUS

It’s happening and you don’t even realize it.

 

Or, you realize it and you just can’t stop.

 

Then the promises begin: just one more cookie, only one more piece of candy,

I’ll stop tomorrow….

But you feel stuck, right? Like there’s no way out?

 

Here’s the good news:

YOU can end your struggle with emotional eating.

 

You are not a statistic.

 

You are a unique, special, beautiful human being..

 

You matter.

Ending your struggle with emotional eating is not about diets and deprivation.

It’s about self-care and self-love.

Stay with me…hearing these words – self-care and self-love – can be scary and overwhelming. At 3:00 in the afternoon, when the deadlines are looming and you haven’t had time to eat lunch, that candy bar is calling your name. And the diet soda. Or the latte with two packets of sugar. You’re not thinking, “Wait, I need to practice self-care,” right?

OK, take a deep breath here. C’mon – inhale and exhale.

Do it again.

This is for real. Right here, right now.

 Are you feeling a little calmer? Ready to take the next step?

I invite you to keep reading because —

You can end your struggle with emotional eating.

You can learn to love yourself and make self-care a priority.

Ready to find out more?

Here’s what you get:

52 Weeks of Content and Support

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Live Monthly Group Call

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Private Facebook Group

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Documents and journal prompts sent in weekly emails to open up your heart and mind to transformation and empower you to take the necessary steps to implement the changes you desire . I’ll be hosting a live group call via Zoom on the Third Thursday of every month. All calls will be recorded in case you miss the call. Connect with other program participants and receive support and guidance from me

Jodi Krizer Graber is the founder and director of Bravo! Wellness, LLC, a company whose passion and mission is to support and help individuals recover from the struggles of emotional eating, sugar addiction and eating disorders. After a life-long obsession with sugar and battle with perfectionism, Jodi was diagnosed with bulimia and credits her therapist and holistic healer for guiding her to a life she loves and is grateful for every day. She is a graduate of Columbia University’s Institute for Integrative Nutrition program and the school’s advanced Immersion Program. She had the extraordinary opportunity to learn from leaders in the field of self-growth, nutrition and functional medicine including Dr. Oz, Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Mark Hyman, Deepak Chopra, Geneen Roth, (the late) Debbie Ford and Joshua Rosenthal. Jodi is a board certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.