Podcast Episode 054: Is Stress ‘Eating’ You? – Susan Mitchell
Dec 13, 2016
“When I was working on my first book I surveyed 1000 people and 2 out of 3 reported they eat due to stress. The reality is, life throws us curve balls and food can become your comforter, your best friend. But food is only a quick fix and ultimately we have to deal with the underlying issues.” – Dr. Susan Mitchell
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Dr. Susan Mitchell took her nutrition degree and turned it in to a 20+ year successful small business. By developing leadership and speaking skills, honing media skills, and acquiring business acumen, Susan has worked with some of the top food companies and PR firms. She is the co-author of three books including, Fat is Not Your Fate (Simon & Schuster), Eat to Stay Young (Kensington) and I’d Kill for a Cookie (Penguin). She is also producer and host of the podcast Breaking Down Nutrition: Your Digest for What Works, What Doesn’t (available in both medical professional and consumer versions). Susan is a Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the recipient of the 2015 Media Award from the Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and earned her PhD from the University of Tennessee.
Here are the resources we mentioned on the show:
- Susan’s website
- Breaking Down Nutrition podcast
- Podcast Episode: I’d Kill for a Cookie: 3 Tips to Conquer Emotional Eating
- Podcast Episode: If You Eat Raw Dough, Will You Lose Your Cookies?
- Susan on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest
- Podcast interview with Gretchen Rubin: “Happiness, Habits & Health”
Produced by Team Podcast
Music by Dave Birk
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