Episode 95

THS 095 - Welcome to The Hungry Soul, I'm back!

It's been a while.....and I'm so happy to be back!!!

I disappeared for a while.

I'm sorry.

I had to take a step back from business/work to find some much needed clarity on what I was doing.

I've needed some time and space to feel into how best to help women like you break free from food and live their lives to the full.

​I stopped the podcast because of it.

​And I'm glad that I listened to my intuition as I've now got the clarity I've been looking for.

​All systems go!!!

Mark this on your calendar.....

November 14th - 18th

A brand new 5 part course 'Break The Binge Eating Cycle'


It's never been taught live before

And I'm giving away 500 free places!!!

If you would like one, register here: https://bit.ly/neverbingeagain

Invite your friends.

Tell them about this course too!

The more women who break free from food and yo yo dieting, the better for everyone.

Let me know when you've registered........!!!

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How to stop binge eating and emotional eating

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Rachel Foy

With over 12 years of experience both in the UK and Dubai, she is a food addiction therapist and eating psychology coach and is a qualified clinical and cognitive hypnotherapist, nutritional therapist, homeopath, an NLP, EFT + BWRT practitioner and a teacher of spirituality, soul work and feminine magic.

Rachel Foy is an internationally acclaimed expert in eating dysfunction, an author and podcaster and an advocate for Health at Every Size (HAES®) and is also a pioneer in eating psychology and the creator of The Food Addiction Recovery Method™.
Rachel is the author of ‘The Hungry Soul’ and a passionate speaker on all topics related to food dysfunction, diet culture, body image, female empowerment and addiction recovery. She has been featured in local and national press including TV.
She lives in Cheshire with her husband Simon (who was the best man at her sister’s wedding, quite a story!) with their son and daughter. When she isn’t helping women open their eyes to what is really going on underneath their addictive eating and then giving them the tools to change it, you’ll find her in cafes, drinking coffee, eating cake and taking strolls in the beautiful Cheshire countryside.