Nutrition Matters Podcast with Paige Smathers

February 3rd, 2016

Please join me! I was recently interviewed by Paige Smathers, on her podcast Nutrition Matters. Cookie and Paige Discuss Nutrition Matters, Emotional Eating, and Binge Eating Paige Smathers is a registered dietitian who is all for sustainable healthy eating, and not a big believer in diets. I think you’ll enjoy our conversation. Join us when […]
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It’s a Miracle!

February 3rd, 2016

Why do you want to lose weight? There are about a million surface reasons why most of us want to lose weight. Deep down, it comes to wanting to feel good about ourselves. But in the heat of the moment, when you’re staring down a piece of cherry pie (my personal favorite) and you’re not hungry, […]
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Episode 5: Working on Project YOU: Creating Your Weight Loss Blueprint

February 2nd, 2016

Episode 5: Working on Project YOU: Creating Your Weight Loss Blueprint Today you’re going to get a handle on a major shift in how you think about losing weight or changing how you eat. If you’ve struggled in the past, this episode will help you in a big way. These changes are small and doable, […]
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The 3 Top Things to Work on to Make Weight Loss Easier

January 27th, 2016

If you’ve spent any time listening to my iTunes podcast, Weight Loss Made Real, you know that I look at the work I do with my private clients as divided into three main areas to make weight loss easier. I talk about this in Episode #4. There are lots of things to work on, but these […]
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Episode 4: The 3 Essential Parts of Solving Your Eating Problems

January 26th, 2016

Episode 4: The 3 Essential Parts of Solving Your Eating Problems Join me as I share my philosophy about what’s most important in ending your eating problems: Hint: it’s far from just what you eat! How to think about managing your life. What your mindset has to do with eating like a naturally slim woman. […]
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Why I Feel Sorry For Rob Kardashian

January 20th, 2016

In my inbox today was a link to an article from the New York Post entitled: Why Rob Kardashian is a health warning to his generation. It seems that Rob, at age 28, with about 100 extra pounds on his body, has now been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. And the media is buzzing with […]
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Episode 3: How To Eat Like a Naturally Slim Woman

January 19th, 2016

Episode 3: How To Eat Like a Naturally Slim Woman Your take-aways from this podcast episode are: How to know when to start eating, no matter what. How to know exactly when to stop eating – with no guesswork and no regrets. Rating your hunger and fullness so there’s no wondering when to start eating […]
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2 Keys to Ending Your Eating Problems

January 13th, 2016

Whether you’re trying to overcome your eating problems and lose weight, or stop bingeing, or end your emotional eating, your overall goal is this: To learn to eat like a naturally slim woman. Not a woman who diets. Not a woman who denies her own hunger just so she can stay on a plan. But […]
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Episode 2: Clearing Your Path to Weight Loss Success!

January 12th, 2016

Episode 2: Let’s Begin Clearing Your Path to Weight Loss Success! Here’s what you’ll get clarity on in this episode: Why being ultra-clear on your weight loss goals is essential to reaching them. How painting a detailed picture of yourself in the future (in your mind!) creates unstoppable motivation. Why ‘losing weight’ isn’t enough of […]
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Binge Eating, Emotional Eating and Compulsive Overeating: What’s the Difference?

January 6th, 2016

Most of my private clients come to me with many complaints about how they’re eating. They assume they are all binge eating, even though most of them aren’t. Since they all want to learn to lose extra weight and eat like a naturally thin person, what’s the big deal about figuring out what kind of problem […]
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