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Episode 197: Certified Mind-Body Nutrition Expert and Bestselling author of Food Story, Elise Museles

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Release Date: 11/14/2023

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Elise Museles is a certified eating psychology and nutrition expert, creator of the Food Story Method and platform, and host of the popular podcast Once Upon a Food Story. As an author, speaker, and mind-body eating coach, Elise’s mission is to empower people to create a healthier relationship with food and their bodies by changing what’s on their plate—and what’s in their minds. For more, visit elisemuseles.com or check out her new book Food Story: Rewrite the Way You Eat, Think, and Live.

Join me and Elise as we explore how the stories you tell yourself about might be leftovers from bad parental advice, past trauma or the constant influence of social media. Should you listen to everything that is out there or is all this dietary information causing you more stress than necessary? How to get down to the basics and embrace a more simple relationship with what is on your plate? Tune in to find out!

In this episode:
👉Discover the ways the story you tell yourself about food might not be all that it seems
👉Consider the ways information overload in regards to diet fads might be impacting you
👉How to cut through the noise and get down to the basics of diet for optimal health and wellness
👉The connection between your diet and your mental health
👉Why sometimes less is more, your relationship to food doesn’t have to be stressful


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🖋️ Some key points 

(03:06) The concept of “food story” explained

(05:20) Your relationship to food should evolve as you age

(13:32) Many people in the health and fitness space have their issues with food
(13:50) Jess talks about her experiences with eating disorders

(18:04) The conversation around food is changing for younger generations

(20:09) Food noise or information overload regarding diet fads
(21:01) Notice how your body reacts to certain information that you hear

(22:37) We are individuals so some advice that works for others may not work for you

(25:53) Some tips for re-evaluating your food story
(29:13) Don't hold a grudge if your parents gave you outdated dietary advice

(32:22) Don't get too carried away about worrying which supplement you should take

(33:38) How to communicate your dietary needs to loved ones

(44:55) Alcohol is a big part of many people's food story

(45:33) Your routine doesn't need to include everything, it needs to be sustainable
(51:17) Elise's book and podcast

(53:01) What does healthy living mean for Elise?

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