The Beyond overeating podcast is hosted by Estelle Coombe-Heath – Binge and overeating recovery specialist.
If you are eager to gain control of overeating via holistic and effective methods – while ditching diet mentality at the same time- this podcast is for you
My purpose is to inform and educate so that you can fast track your recovery in healing your relationship with food and finally trust yourself around the peanut butter jar.
Join me as I share top tips, my struggles and triumphs to help inspire or just entertain.
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Check out links to the episodes show notes below.
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Ep 18 – Stel Coombe-Heath: How to set yourself up for successful disordered eating recovery
Is this you?
Every January, I would say “This is it, I’m finally going to stick to healthy eating”
Every February I would feel like a failure because I could not go one month with sticking to my goal.
By March I was back in a self-sabotage loop
I was basing breaking down my self-esteem year in and year out without even realising this reoccurring pattern.
Listen to the episode here
I did not have the right guidance or insight to see that my foundations were based on the “eat less run more” fad
I set myself up for failure from the moment I wrote down the same resolution, year after year.
How do you set up your year for overeating recovery success then?
Follow these principals
- Never go hungry
- Let go of perfectionism
- Aim to eat fruit and veggies each day
- Practice mindfulness during the day especially mealtimes
- Move your body often
- Drink plenty of water
- Do small things to pamper yourself
- Be kind to yourself
- Be kind to your body
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Can’t wait to see you in the next episode where I will be sharing some drivers behind overeating
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Eating disorders don’t happen in a vacuum—they are serious and complex illnesses that affect people of all backgrounds and experiences. Having struggled with two eating disorders myself for over 13 years, I know what a lonely journey this can be. Everybody has a story, and it’s time to release the stigma and shame around eating disorders!!
Today I will share my story, the raw and honest truth of my struggle with food, binge eating and orthorexia
What is life like after recovering from your eating disorder?
Kylie Nel shares her journey through the fitness industry, recovering from binge eating and finally becoming a business and money mentor.
“Instead of working through childhood wounds, I replaced the healing with going to the gym”
“I felt the stronger I look and the skinnier I am, the more of a prerogative I would be, and I will be healed”
“In the background, this became an eating disorder that just became worse and worse”
In today’s episode, I will be sharing a guided meditation on self-love when food makes me feel better. February is the month of love and we give a lot of love, however, we can be very hard on ourselves for emotional eating.
Have you been wondering whether you should be taking natural supplements to help your body heal during your recovery?
Join me as I chat with nutritional and herbal medicine expert Julia Smith from Being Well with Julia. We talk about whether we actually need supplements and if we do want to use supplements, choosing the right one for recovery.
Episode 12: Anne McKeown : Mastering your mindset and using NLP to take back control of your life
I’m thrilled to have my first guest on the podcast Anne McKeown and she will be sharing how our language and self-talk can have an impact on our lives.
Anne is a highly regarded coach and the founder of 2Mpower.co. She has developed a simple process for success that empowers women to reignite the spark in their life
Why is it so hard to stop giving in to cravings?
We often have a strong physical drive to eat on autopilot, even if deep down we just want to eat healthily and look after our health.
Why then do we continue falling back into the disappointment of giving in to our urges?
It is easy to fall prey to the allure of diets as the answer to all our problems.
But diets and deprivation only add to our misery as we swing between restriction and binge-eating!
Regardless of whether you have an eating disorder, emotional eating or just struggling with weekend food comas, breaking the cycle of overeating can be challenging.
In this episode I share one of my previous webinars on how to manage urges and cravings so that you can stop feeling disappointed when you give into them.
Episode 10- Binge eating behaviours: Who are the food zombies?
In this Episode we will be talking about the famous food zombie squad.
Who are the food zombies you might ask? Find out how food zombies show up in our lives and see if you can recognise your own inner food zombie.
Episode 9 – New year intentions for emotional eating, binge eating, or any form of overeating
Do you set new year resolutions to stop binge eating?
In the past, I would always be extremely good at sticking to my new year’s goals for 3-5 weeks and then life happened, I would eat one small thing out of the plan and then fall back into the “I’ll start again on Monday” mentality.
In this episode, I share my thoughts on the “I’ll start again on Monday” mentality and how to set meaningful intentions for 2021.
Episode 8 – Celebrating 2020 and being binge free for 2 years
As a formal binge eater, I would get very anxious at the end of a year and wish for 1 January. The fears and anxieties about all the holiday calories I felt was not helpful.
We cannot learn our lessons if we can’t reflect back on where we came from.
I’m celebrating 2 years of being binge free and I just have so much to be thankful for!! 2020 was a tough year and I’m celebrating all the win’s despite all our challenges
Join me as I celebrate my client’s achievements, as well as my own
Episode 7- Bitesize binge tip How to survive the festive season
I used to feel extremely anxious in December, so many late nights, parties, celebrations, and a holiday away from my usual exercise routine.
Now that I have control over my eating I know how to stay balanced during the festive season.
Here are some ways you can stay in control too.
Episode 6 – Meditation for guilt after overeating
In this episode, I will be sharing a guided meditation on overeating. I wanted to create a little bit of relief from the guilt we feel from overindulging. I hope you enjoy this meditation, as it is a journey into forgiveness and moving forward after overeating.
Hope you enjoy this meditation, leave me a comment in the show notes on your experience and let me know if you would like more meditations in the future
I have learnt that being the type A personality that I am, wanting everything to go smoothly was often one of my triggers.
Today, I really wanted to share with you how you can recognise your own triggers so that you can start managing your urges. I also share how to start managing your triggers.
Are you an emotional eater, binge eater, impulsive eater?
Not sure if you actually need help with healing your relationship with food?
If you were wondering why you are struggling to stop overeating make sure to listen to episode 3 where I explain why you binge in the first place.
Here are some indicators that you might have unhealthy tendencies with food.
Episode 3 – The top 3 reasons why you binge
We often feel so frustrated when we think we have a handle on food but then something happens and we feel like we are back in the self-sabotage loop.
It took me years to figure out what was causing my binge episodes and today I will be sharing this with you so get comfortable and let’s get straight into it
For many years I thought food tempted me into binge eating but in this episode, I explain what really causes a binge, how our brains are wired to keep binge eating and the top reasons why you keep finding yourself back in the pantry
Episode 2 – Why feeling guilty after a binge is not helpful
I spend many years feeling guilty for what I ate and making plans to cut calories out of guilt. This bite-size binge tip is geared to give you small chunks of information to help in your recovery.
Feeling guilty because you binged just triggers cravings for more binge food!!
Episode 1 – Welcome & What is defined as overeating
For many years I struggled with what I thought was a food problem, I felt I just could not trust myself around food. I therefore tried to correct my food issues by trying to control food more. I didn’t think that It could be emotional or binge eating.
Find out the signs of binge and emotional eating so that you can see where you are tripping up.
Ep 0 – Stel Coombe-Heath : What to expect
The purpose of this podcast
Hosting a podcast has been a dream of mine for many years and it’s finally arrived,
Join me as I share top tips, my struggles and triumphs to help inspire of just entertain.
Remember, there is nothing wrong with you if you can’t stop overeating, that’s why I’m here to guide you along the way.
Let’s get started!