#82 Overcoming Emotional Eating with Kristin Jones


Today, we are talking with Kristin Jones, Coach and author of “When Food Is Your Drug: A Food Addict's Guide To Managing Emotional Eating”. Kristin's passion for helping professional women address and manage issues with emotional eating came from an eating disorder starting in her teens. After recovering and creating a new, healthier relationship with food, she made it her mission to help others do the same.

Kristin now inspires and supports women to love themselves unconditionally, and create an amazing life for themselves through self-love, compassion, and self-care.


  • How a comment from a family member when she was 16 kickstarted her eating disorder

  • Why it’s so important to talk to someone when you struggle with food

  • Her top 3 steps to healing your relationship with food and managing emotional eating

  • How the brain works and the role it plays in emotional eating

And so much more!


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