Food Mood Girl and Tell Me Press Author Lindsey Smith; her TEDx Talk live from Pittsburgh: CLICK HERE
Food Mood Girl and Tell Me Press Author, Lindsey Smith, hanging backstage and rapping with show host Michael Clayton after Her Studio 10 Live segment on WTSP-TV Tampa this morning (3/30/16): CLICK HERE
Lindsey's full speaking and appearance schedule is on the media page of her website: CLICK HERE
Natural Ways to Whiten Your Teeth...Food Mood Girl and Tell Me Press Author, Lindsey Smith on CBS-TV this morning (2/23/16) in Pittsburgh PA - Pittsburgh Today Live. Lindsey shows you how to do it... naturally: CLICK HERE
Hawaiian Tales: The Girl With Heavenly Eyes by Lee A. Jacobus and published by Tell Me Press, gets high praise in this excellent Small Press Picks review: CLICK HERE
Nearly 8 out of 10 women and 7 out of 10 men experience Food Guilt. In Food Guilt No More, Lindsey Smith—the Food Mood Girl—helps you uncover patterns of guilt and emotional eating that undermine your relationship with food and shows you how to replace guilt with love. Whether you crave kale or cookies, doughnuts or dinners out, you can savor your treats even as you break the negative cycle of food guilt once and for all. In the process, you'll discover mood-boosting foods that you'll love and that energize and sustain you. And because health transformation—overcoming food guilt, taming cravings, and eating your way to happiness—starts in the kitchen, more than 70 featured recipes fill your plate and kick-start your new, satisfying, and guilt-free way of eating with joy and love.
Lindsey Smith – the Food Mood Girl – is a nationally recognized health and wellness coach known for her passion and upbeat approach. The author of Junk Foods and Junk Moods, Lindsey helps clients lose weight, increase energy, and create a healthier, happier lifestyle by uncovering their personal connection with the foods they eat and their moods. One reader described her as a "young spirit rocking an old soul," while another declared her to be the "next generation Arianna Huffington." Her stories have been featured on the Liza Oz Show and CBS News and in Shape, Whirl, Pittsburgh, and Girls' Life magazines. She is a leading contributor on Ehow.com, and she writes for online publications including MindBodyGreen, Livestrong, SF Gate Healthy Living, ModernMom Nutrition, and The Nest Woman Nutrition. Read more of her stories and inspiration at FoodMoodGirl.com.
"When we grow up experiencing the opposite of love—indifference, rejection, and abuse—we become addicts in search of feelings we never experienced in a healthy way. Information does not fix the problem, but inspiration and self-esteem do.
Food Guilt No More faces both these issues and provides us with a guidebook to a healthier and happier life. When you change your life experience, everything else falls into place."
—Bernie Siegel, MD, author of Peace, Love, and Healing
"Food Guilt can sabotage not only our minds, but spin us into a negative spiral that affects our bodies, with the endless yoyo cycle of depriving and dieting. Lindsey's personal story of developing a healthier relationship with food is something we all can relate to and learn from. Food Guilt No More is packed with delicious recipes and candid advice with a formula to give her readers the key to free themselves from "food jail" and introduce them to the joy of 'food freedom'."
—Parker Wallace, media personality
"Lindsey approaches the issue of food guilt with honesty, humor, and fun. She teaches the reader how to overcome unhealthy patterns and relationships with food, and encourages them to embrace all that is good and nourishing for the body. I loved the intermingling of stories, anecdotes, and recipes. Thank you Lindsey, for addressing this important topic!"
—Linda Barney, author of Habits that Heal
"Food Guilt No More is a game-changer for emotional eaters. Lindsey shines a compassionate light on Food Guilt and makes the journey fun for the reader. I would recommend this book to anyone looking to overhaul their relationship with food."
—Heather Waxman, author of BODYpeace
"Many people today suffer from the pain of Food Guilt. Lindsey Smith has been working with clients one on one, and now she's written Food Guilt No More addressing this topic so her advice and inspiration will be available to people around the world. If you have been trying different diets or feeling guilt and shame about food, this book is for you."
—Joshua Rosenthal, founder of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition
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