June 16, 2018

After reading about the unfortunate passing of Anthony Bourdain, chef, food enthusiast and TV celebrity, last week, it got me thinking about the clients I have seen in my practice and their contrasting relationship with food. 

Anthony was described in the media as someone who had a love of adventure and fine food and drink. They said he had a passion for exploring food and cuisine around the world and he taught us how food can connect us with each other. Isn’t that the way it should be?  Food should be enjoyed and appreciated.  It has the power to unite people around the table to share the same pleasurable experience.  It is the focus of our celebrations and our culture.  It stimulates all of our senses and can make us feel good. Food nourishes our body, keeps us healthy and gives us the energy we need to do the things we enjoy. Food is a good thing, right?

Unfortunately, for so many people, this is not the case.  Food is the “enemy”.  They live their lives restrictin...

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