Why do I overeat at night? Why do I overeat in the afternoon? In this interview with Megan Hadley, MS, RDN, LDN — a non-diet dietician whose advice you will really enjoy–we find the answer. If you’ve been frustrated with your lack of “willpower” or feeling defeated because you can’t seem to stop the urge to overeat at night, then this episode is for you.
Megan shares how she started working with eating disorder patients, how she struggled with obsessing over clean eating and wellness, and how she helps clients learn to fight fatigue and get comfortable with food again. Megan gives a bunch of great tips and strategies for every woman who has ever struggled with wanting to manage her weight, overcome a disordered relationship with food, or learn why they overeat at night. For those that want to be healthy but don’t know how to be healthy with food, this episode is for you.
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More About Megan Hadley, MS, RDN, LDN:
Megan Hadley, MS, RDN, and LDN is a nutrition therapist and owner of Simple Nutrition, a nutrition counseling practice in Greensboro, NC and founder of Fork the Food Rules, a membership for people who have decided not to diet. She believes that all bodies are good bodies and that from cake to kale, all foods are good foods. After helping hundreds of clients recover from diet culture, Megan knows that when women think less about food and body and more about what really matters to them, they begin to thrive in all areas of their life. When she’s not working, Megan enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters. She loves cooking, traveling, long naps, good wine, and french fries. Megan finds her strength, both personally and professionally, rooted in her deep faith in Christ, as she knows she was created to live a life of abundance and to help other women believe and discover that, as well.