: the why, what and how to maintain good health
Why, what and the way we eat.
There’s a strong connection between nutrition and psychology.
Reasons for eating
We have biological needs to feed ourselves. For example, babies only eat when they are hungry.
We also have psychological and socio-cultural reasons for-or not-eating and drinking. Examples of psychological reasons include food temptation, boredom and habits.
Eating habits, mood and behaviour
Eating habits affect our mood and behaviour, for example, a bad mood or feeling tense by skipping meals or eating irregularly. And thus, have too high or too low blood sugar levels. People in their best mood have a normal level of blood sugar. Scientists discovered this connection.
Nutrients, mood and behaviour
There is also a link between nutrients, mood and behaviour. For example, when we do not eat enough. The lack of energy will make the brain work less efficient. Somebody, for example, may experience problems focusing or forgetfulness. (Dutch Brain Foundation)
You and the Psychology of eating
- What changes can we make to your eating habits?
- Which once fit best your daily diet?
- What weight goals would you like to work on?
Practical nutrition advice
You can contact me for practical nutrition advice on developing good eating habits. I provide nutrition advice for general health reasons. And I will show you how to create healthy eating habits without weight-loss products.
- Nutrition consultation
- Lifestyle workshops
- Increasing awareness of eating and exercise
- “Why are diets so difficult to stick with?”
- Losing weight without dieting
Please use the contact form to contact me. Complete it for collaborations, or if you have any questions about the services.
– Sharon Hasselbaink, psychologist / neuroscientist, weight management consultant and psychological wellbeing practitioner.