Stop Unhealthy Relationship With Food: Join A Healthy Eating Program For Women

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Stop Unhealthy Relationship With Food: Join A Healthy Eating Program For Women

Do you struggle with food? Are you either overeating or not eating at all? Do you feel guilt or shame whenever you “cheat” or count calories for every single meal that nothing is enjoyable anymore?

You may have a toxic relationship with food - and this could be affecting your mental health and quality of life.

If you want to break free from this unhealthy relationship, you should consider group coaching by Kat Pratt.

Kat Pratt of Kat Pratt Coaching offers group coaching classes for women looking to end their toxic relationship with food. The supportive community is ideal for women over 40 who struggle with a possible eating disorder.

The group coaching guides women to identify their patterns of self-sabotage regarding food and how to stop using it as an emotional crutch. According to Pratt, an unhealthy relationship with food, whether it manifests in binge eating or restrictive eating, has a ripple effect on overall wellness and health. In fact, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, people with a toxic relationship with food have a higher probability of other mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety.

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Pratt offers her group coaching to help more women find healing from their unhealthy relationship with food. Applying different coaching modalities, Pratt works with you to help you recognize your self-limiting beliefs, potential self-hatred, especially on body image, and discover healthier coping methods for daily struggles.

Does this sound like you? Food is meant to be enjoyed, but if it has become a way to deflect negative emotions, then it is no longer healthy for your body. You need to consider food as a source of energy for you to live each day, not a way to fill a space in your heart.

Pratt explains that her coaching methods are colored by her own personal experiences, which adds an additional layer of compassion and empathy given to all clients. Pratt grew up always feeling like she was never good enough and became an adult full of self-doubt and self-hate who continued to self-sabotage. After years of struggle, she finally found the courage and strength to face her inner demons.

Through her triumph, Pratt understood that she wanted to help other women rediscover themselves and develop self-love. Group coaching to end your toxic relationship with food is offered several times a year. It is specifically designed to help you learn how to stop food cravings and end emotional eating once and for all.

Though intended for older women, the class is open to anyone struggling with a possible eating disorder, regardless of gender or age.

Still on the fence? No worries! You can schedule a free clarity call with Pratt before enrolling in the group coaching.

Pratt writes, "Picture a life where you unconditionally love every part of yourself, where you can let go of your greatest insecurities, and quiet the voice that says you’re not smart enough, thin enough, capable enough. What amazing things could you accomplish, then?"

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Kat Pratt Coaching 690 Ratcliff Drive Southeast, Salem, Oregon 97302, United States Website

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