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Feb. 24, 2022

035: Breaking Up with Ben & Jerry - Interview with Tricia Nelso

035: Breaking Up with Ben & Jerry - Interview with Tricia Nelso

Do you eat to comfort yourself when you feel stressed, bored, anxious, tired, lonely…? If so, you aren’t alone. There are good reasons why you do this, and in this podcast episode, you’ll hear why. Join me and Tricia Nelson, author of the bestselling book, Heal Your Hunger: 7 Simple Steps to End Emotional Eating Now, as we discuss emotional eating, and why it’s important to lose your weight from the inside out.

You’ll learn:

  • Why “comfort foods” are so comforting
  • How to differentiate between physical and emotional hunger
  • Causes of emotional eating and how to heal them
  • How to manage stress before it drives you to the kitchen

Learn more about Tricia on her website:


You can also find her on IG and FB @HealYourHunger




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Tricia Nelson

Tricia Nelson is an internationally acclaimed author, transformational speaker, and Emotional Eating Expert. She lost fifty pounds by identifying and healing the underlying causes of her emotional eating. She has spent over thirty years researching the hidden causes of the addictive personality.

Tricia is the author of the #1 bestselling book, Heal Your Hunger, 7 Simple Steps to End Emotional Eating Now. She also certifies health coaches so they can get better results, referrals and revenue by helping their clients overcome emotional eating. Tricia is the host of the popular podcast, The Heal Your Hunger Show and is a highly regarded speaker. Tricia has been featured on NBC, CBS, KTLA, FOX and Discovery Health.

Tricia’s own struggles began in early childhood, where she attempted to cope with life’s stresses and emotional pain by overeating and using other destructive behaviors. After years of exhausting 12-step programs, therapy and self-help books, to no avail, Tricia finally hit a spiritual and emotional bottom. Tricia attended Amherst College and began her career working at the Seattle Art Museum. While in Seattle she began working with a spiritual healer who helped her create a lifestyle of positive self-care, self-love and improved self-esteem. Tricia was able to stop drinking and overeating and has maintained a fifty-pound weight loss for over 30 years now.