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Episode 103: 6 Rules to Transform Your Relationship with Food with Kim Shapira

Brief summary of show:

I don’t think I’m alone in saying many of us have struggled with food at some point in our lives.

How do we develop a healthy relationship with food, and better yet, model that so our kids learn how to do the same?

In this episode, Kim Shapira joins me to share six rules to transform your relationship with food.

Kim Shapira is a registered dietitian with a background in human metabolism and clinical nutrition. She started her practice in 1999, and has expanded her experience in multiple hospitals, sports clinics, addiction centers, universities and is currently acting as a coach for Trimly patients.

Kim has her first book coming out July 25, 2023. Called This Is What You're Hungry For. It’s available now wherever books are sold.

Kim specializes in healing people’s relationship with food. She created the Kim Shapira Method, centered around six simple rules to reinvent people’s relationship with food. She has continuously refined her method, helping hundreds of people lose weight and keep it off by achieving a normal relationship with food.

Kim has a B.S. in Exercise Science and Kinesiology from Tulane University and an M.S. in Human Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition from Boston University. When she’s not helping clients take over the world, she spends time with her husband and three kids.

She currently has a practice in Los Angeles, where she sees clients individually and in group settings. She was a regular guest on the Jenny Hutt radio show. She appears as a guest expert for PopSugar, Vanity Fair, Eat This Not That , Dr. Drew, Glamour Magazine, General Mills, and more.

Listen in as we talk about:

  • [3:00] Can you really find balance in the way you eat?