E65. Sweet Tooth Cocaine: Psychology of Sugar Addiction w/ Holistic Health Coach Lynne Wadsworth
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Welcome to another sugar-coated episode of TherapyBites with Doc Heath and the TBAL Team!
Welcome to TherapyBites with Doc Heath & the TBAL Team, featuring Lynne Wadsworth, sugar rehab expert!
We're exploring the psychology of sugar addiction and discussing:
1. Sugar's hidden dangers (as addictive as cocaine? )
2. Diet mentality & disease
3. Anti-aging & longevity secrets
4. Thriving in mid-life & beyond
Lynne Wadsworth, founder of Holistic Health & Wellness, LLC., shares her expertise on sugar addiction and living a healthy, energized life.
We'll ask Lynne:
1. Tackling sugar addiction
2. Her uniqueness in the health & wellness space
3. Personal obstacles overcome
4. Inspiring stories of people helped
5. Her biggest hurdles
6. Optimal health for ages 50, 60, 70 & beyond
7. First step on the sugar-free journey
8. Thoughts on anti-aging & longevity
Wrapping up with sweet lessons, takeaways, and Lynne's favorite secret sweet tooth hacks.
Don't miss Doc Heath's TherapyCouch question: What nightmarish food would you be buried beneath, and why?
Tune in to this life-changing, sugar-busting TherapyBites episode!
Go to https://TherapyBites.myshopify.com & grab some Lynne Wadsworth GUEST MERCH, specially designed to help keep this episode’s message “TOP of MIND” in your life! Don’t forget friends & family members who could use a mental boost too.
For further reading on sugar addiction, mental health, and CBT, check out these peer-reviewed articles:
1. Wiss, D. A., Avena, N., & Rada, P. (2018). Sugar addiction: From evolution to revolution. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 9, 545. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2018.00545
2. Markus, C. R., & Rogers, P. J. (2017). Food and mood: relationship between food, serotonin, and affective disorders. In The Oxford Handbook of Mood Disorders (pp. 349-362). Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199973965.013.34
3. Powell, P. A., Simpson, J., & Overton, P. G. (2020). An Introduction to the Theory of Planned Behavior and its Potential Application to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 587866. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2020.587866
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