Section 2


Coaching & Healing

“I describe it as a relationship with food. Food was always there in my life, through the good times, the difficult times. Food never wanted or expected anything from me. It was just there. When people in my life let me down, disappointed me, betrayed my trust or even made me happy and celebrated with me, I could always rely on food to pull me through, to make things better, if even for a little while. I know today, through education and research that there is a chemical change in the brain system when we eat certain types of food. It doesn’t make me feel any less responsible for my over eating and binge eating. It just helps me to understand that there is a process and I can make a choice to eat or not eat my trigger foods.” – Anisa Grantham