Rebecca Sounds Reveille – Wake Up To – Overeating, with Guest Author & Health Coach Pallavi Kumar
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By TLB Project Media Director & Show Host: Rebecca L. Mahan
Overeating is a topic not often spoken about, just assumed. Generally, the diet industry looks at this in a way that benefits them- selling a product that helps one “lose weight.” Buy this supplement or buy this exercise program, some may even incorporate diet and exercise. One culprit of excessive weight is overeating and without really saying it, it is assumed that this is the issue so a “diet” is given.
Overeating can be conscious or unconscious. Identifying what the causes of those additional calories are is the true key to overcoming overeating. On this episode, Guest Pallavi Kumar talks about everything put into our body having a message. She also shares that we are never too old to learn about our behavior and take action on it.
Kumar shares the importance of grass-fed food and the energy transferred through the food. She also questions the unnatural ways foods are being marketed and consumed, to include what is being market as “organic.”
When talking with clients about food, Kumar doesn’t focus on anything that comes into play other than how the body feels after eating a particular food. She talks about nourishment, keeping stress low, and sleeping well, along with reducing “brain chatter” so as not to have food at the top of the mind.
We talk about the focal point of maintaining a “diet” and how, by doing so, does not truly nourish the body. Therefore, we should not be thinking about it. We need to stop worrying about calories. We have to stop thinking on food, rather think about the true nourishment of the foods we eat and how our body feels after doing so.
Pallavi Kumar is a San Francisco bay area based Health Coach and Co-Author of the Amazon bestselling book The Silver Linings Storybook.
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About your host Rebecca L. Mahan: Rebecca is The Liberty Beacon Project Media Director, Host of TLBTV’s Rebecca Sounds Reveille, a United Stated Marine Corps veteran and a retired police officer of over 10 years. Rebecca is a published author and had been a long running columnist for a community college newspaper. She has also been an award winning radio show host and has produced, booked, and interviewed guests for her shows. Her education includes: Associates degrees in Christian Studies, General Education, General Business Management, and Law Enforcement. Rebecca also has a Bachelor’s degrees in Church Ministry and Occupational Studies -Vocational Arts, as well as a Master’s degree in Biblical Studies. She is a certified Mediator and Event Planner.
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