I was interviewed and featured in an article for Psychology Today to help your family this Halloween!
This is not just my Family Secret for you to get your family healthier fast but there’s more…This Psychology Today article brings to you 8 other amazing experts that will give you “The 9 Best Ways to Avoid Overeating Halloween Candy“.
The article was written by Susan Albers, Psy.D., a psychologist who specializes in eating issues, weight loss, body image concerns and mindfulness. Dr. Albers is the author of the new book, EatQ, a National Bestseller, ranked #1 in weight loss, #1 in emotions on Amazon.
You know what your IQ is, but aren’t you curious to find out what your EatQ is??? Go find out at eatq.com
By the way, Dr. Susan Albers was also one of the speakers at The Transformational Nutrition Summit.
Family For Health shared family tip #5: GO GREEN THIS HALLOWEEN
Treat your family & neighbors by sharing this article today because Halloween is right around the corner. And let us know which of “The Best 9 Ways to Avoid Overeating Halloween Candy” you’re going to try? Our family is doing #1 & #5 this Halloween!
I’m addicted to cooking real foods and shopping locally at Farmer’s Markets.I am a health revolutionary who is writing this blog with a desire to “pay it forward in health”.This desire stems from love and my pursuit to make a difference in people’s health and wellbeing”.
I am a certified Transformational Nutrition Coach that helps women discover their healthy lifestyle that finally works so that they can transform into the healthy sexy and confident woman they want, and are meant to be.
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