A practical guide to rehabilitating an unhealthy relationship with food, rooted in the psychology of what we eat
It is time to change your mind about eating well.
In FOOD THERAPY, Pixie Turner presents a fresh new approach to understanding your relationship with food. Instead of focusing on rules, reduction and restriction, this practical book will help you uncover the psychological roots of what we eat - and introduce you to a lifelong practice that will free you from a destructive relationship with food and dieting.
Whether you struggle with disordered eating, body image problems, or simply don't enjoy food as you should, Pixie's experience with clients as a registered nutritionist and ACT therapist allows her to guide you through how your feelings affect what you eat. By showing how healthy eating begins in the mind, FOOD THERAPY can rebuild the damage caused by diets and empower you to eat freely, without guilt, and set a course to lifelong health.