Originally recorded Nov 20, 2020

Too many people have developed a dependency on food to deal with underlying issues such as stress, anger, or other extremes of emotion. Instead of learning how to recognize these sensations for what they are, we’ve now begun to turn to FOOD as a means of medicating these symptoms, and emotional-eating statistics are on the rise.  In this class, you’ll learn some strategies to begin to address emotional and stress eating to support health and longevity.

Join Brooke Seiz, functional nutrition practitioner, for a class on Stress and Emotional Eating. Stress eating is common with 27% of adults, sharing they turn to food to deal with stress, and 34% of adults admitting that stress eating is a habit. In this class, you’ll learn what stress eating is, and some of the physiology at play when this behavior is present. You’ll learn some tips and tricks to help curb stress eating, and become a more mindful eater.

Brooke Seiz
Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition
Certified in Functional Medicine
MA Counseling Psychology Candidate

For questions about this program or speaker please contact

Magda Born

Community Services Librarian

Kansas City, Kansas Public Library

625 Minnesota Ave.

Kansas City, KS 66101

913-295-8250 ext 1103