How to Stop Post-Meal Snacking

by | Oct 10, 2016


Keli has a great healthstyle, but there are a few lingering bad habits she’d like to break. After lunch and after dinner, she finds herself reaching for more (often not-so-healthy) food even though she is no longer hungry and it makes her feel sick afterward.

While she doesn’t have any particular health or weight loss goals, it bothers her that she maintains this habit even though it is something she doesn’t like. Together we investigate what is triggering her to keep eating and develop strategies to help her choose different activities after meals.

Wish you had more time to listen to the podcast? I use an app called Overcast (no affiliation) to play back my favorite podcasts at faster speeds, dynamically shortening silences in talk shows so it doesn’t sound weird. It’s pretty rad.


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5 Responses to “How to Stop Post-Meal Snacking”

  1. Penny says:

    Is it possible to just post the info without our having to listen to a podcast? I find it hard to hear clearly and don’t have time for even speeded-up podcasts. I prefer to skim posts for relevant new info.

    • Melanie says:

      I was actually going to ask the same. Thank you for all of your content, Darya! My issue is I want to hear it all, and there just isn’t enough time. 🙂

      • Darya Rose says:

        The issue is cost, transcriptions are expensive the show already costs a lot to produce. Is this something you guys would be willing to pay a modest subscription fee for? If so I’d be happy to take a more formal poll and see if it’s something that would be worthwhile for everyone.

  2. Isobel says:

    Ditto! I much prefer to read articles than listen; I absorb the information better. It doesn’t have to be a complete transcription, a summary would be useful. I’m really interested in your opinions and research, but I feel I’ve missed out since the introduction of the podcasts.

  3. Chris McLeod says:

    Ditto. I prefer reading articles to listening…I often save the articles and keep them in my file for healthy eating and that way I can easily reference the information.,

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