Overcoming food addiction, with Tara Mathews

Overcoming food addiction, with Tara Mathews

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to introspection, welcome to the introspective podcast, your compass for internalizing the path towards optimal lifestyle design, success and mindful entrepreneurship with your host, Jake Anderson.

Jake Anderson  0:29  
And we are back for another episode here on introspective. I am so excited about today's episode specifically for the reason that we're gonna really dive into a lot of a lot of more mindset stuff, but specifically around things like you know, controlling habits and some habits that can create compulsive behavior like eating, and that can raise my hand here because I am definitely guilty of this. And this is selfishly an episode that I personally want to, you know, extract some tips out of because I struggle with this. I don't know about you, if you're listening and you're thinking, Man, when it comes to eating, I love junk food. And I like to shove the junk food down my throat and I don't I don't feel like I have control of it. And sometimes that that's me, you know I am. I always struggle with that. And when it comes to how you can develop better habits, improving that quality of life, and knowing how to really live in your purpose. I think this is an episode for you. And I believe that you are going to find a lot a lot of benefits and this is somebody who I have been connected with with for some time she is just an amazing human being with a massive heart to serve. Her name is Tara Matthew. She is a holistic faith based wellness coach who empowers others to overcome compulsive eating and enhance their overall quality of life through health education, coaching, training and mindset development. She is an IBG brain fitness trainer, bully ex lit class instructor, pa licensed massage therapist, Young Living brand partner and owner of fit faith company. She is also a proud homeschooling mom, loving wife and faith filled woman of God. I welcome to the show, Tara Matthews. Tara, how are you doing today?

Tara Matthews  2:18  
Good. Thank you for having me today. I appreciate it.

Jake Anderson  2:21  
Yeah, absolutely. It's, it's it's been a long time coming. We you're actually at my, my launch event for this podcast back last August. If you remember that. It seems like in the internet, on the internet time, like a month feels like I can can seem like a year and like in terms of like what can happen. But yeah, so you've been you've been we've been following each other's journey for a while now. And it's Yeah, the, you know, the pivot. You know, there's been a lot of pivotal moments, but I love what you're doing. And it's definitely something that a lot of people. I know a lot of people struggle with us when it comes to health and fighting this cravings. You know, even in my interest, you know, that was something that I brought up like something I deal with, it's tough, really. So let's start here. What brought you to this place in your mission? And how did you get started and in serving in this way with your fifth company?

Tara Matthews  3:20  
Oh, well, I think it started a long time ago, when I intuitively felt like nutrition and health was really important. And I kind of went in the direction of nursing for a while. So I went to school, I did three years of college for nursing. I did CNA work and I was like, this is just not the kind of health that I want to be into. And, and I struggled with a lot of my own personal issues. And so Gosh, I I started binge eating when I was a teenager. And so that's kind of where my issues with food begin. And I'm really wanting to really using food as an escape tool. It was like I remember when I was, gosh, I think I was like 15 or 16. Now I was like 16. So I could drive at that point. And I don't remember what it was that was bothering me at the time. But I just drove to McDonald's. And this was when we had the supersize stuff and I got like two supersize meals and I parked in this remote location and I just sat there and like, ate myself to the point where I couldn't feel anything else like just the uncomfortableness and I think that was the beginnings of like my relationship with food really being messed up for a long time. And then, as I've gotten older and I've had children, me and my husband struggled for five years to have our first child. They said that I had I had a little bit of like endometriosis type stuff going on. Like, it's, you know, women issues. And and I had some PCs PCs and they said that it might be possible we wouldn't. And I tried some fertility drugs at that point. And then about a year after that I got pregnant. And then a year after that, I was like, well, there's hair two years after that, like, okay. So, um, but yeah, just struggling with those and like arthritis issues. And the most recent was allergies. And I'm like, I've never had issues with allergies in my life. And it just, I kept going back to the doctor, I'm like, I don't know what's going on. They're like, it's allergies. I'm like, I don't understand why I have allergies. And what I've learned about myself through this is that the food that I was eating really contributed to so much.

And, um, and the healing from the binge eating happened. Actually, it was been progressive, like, over the years, it's kind of escalated to the point where I finally released a lot of the things that were kind of the emotions and the hurts and the things that I needed healing in. For me personally, and some people, they don't binge eat because of emotions, they binge eat, because they're just chemically dependent on it, which that's part of it. Yeah. And, yeah, last year, actually fit faith. I started that in three years ago, about three years ago, okay, um, because I knew that I want it to be in like, alternative health, that I want it to do health coaching, and I was really passionate about it. And I wanted to help other people with it. And then last year, I took this like sabbatical from it, and I was just doing my VA work, which is where we met because I was doing that stuff. Yeah. And I just like, worked on myself for the year really, with my health and, and the mindset and healing and all of that stuff. And then it really is a calling, it feels like a calling for me. And I felt like I was just saying, alright, now it's time, like you have to like no more hiding, like, you need to put yourself out there and start doing this and start helping people and somebody will learn from my experience. So

Jake Anderson  7:38  
yeah, well, you know, it's kind of that it's that classic, you turn your mess into your message type. Yeah. Right. And, and, and when you have that kind of a background that leads you to your mission, when you have that, you know, I this is where I was like, I think it makes you more relatable. In terms like for the people who need that help, you can really relate to them, because you've been there, you know, how it feels, and you know what their struggles are. And it goes beyond the strategies or tactics or things that you can do. It's like now I can actually relate to you on a deeper level, because I have been there. And I want to ask you about when it comes to overcoming things like cravings, and you had touched on it, because he said that, when it comes to food addiction, there is a chemical aspect to it as well, that keeps you it keeps you addicted. And I truly believe that I don't know much about it, because it's not something I just know, I'm from the sidelines, kind of like passing awareness of what goes on in that in that whole area. But I do understand that there is a chemical thing. And, and I guess there's like, tell me a little bit more about like, what really causes that problem? Like, is there is there something that triggers that that people can you know, if somebody is dealing with cravings, or I guess any habit, I don't know if this applies with any habit. But what can somebody do to to overcome that problem of having cravings? Or food addiction?

Tara Matthews  9:12  
Yeah, um, well, when it comes to cravings, a lot of it is I would say for those, there's there's kind of like, two kinds of people. Because our brains can, you know, we're all unique. We're all individual. And so there's some people that with we just something happens in the brain when we're eating foods, like the sugars and the sugars and the fats. And the, the refined carbohydrates, the ultra processed food, like all of that stuff just lights up the brain. And it does it for all of us, but for certain individuals who become food addict. It's, it's like fireworks up there. And so you got neurotransmitters that are firing off. So you got like the dopamine and serotonin increasing and it kind of gives you that hit that reward system going on there. Yeah. And some, some people just get stuck in that and like, the more, the longer that you are, in that cycle, you know, the more you're reinforcing those patterns in your brain with the addiction, the food addiction and, and it's hard, it's hard to get out of. Honestly, the best way for someone like that who is really honestly addicted to it is abstinence, it's kind of like a cigarette smoker saying I'm just going to decrease how much I'm smoking. And it's just a lot easier just to say okay, I'm just gonna, you know, call it quits, and, and be abstinent from it. And so for those people, I suggest, like sugar being like, the first thing, you know, because of the way it's processed, like, if you think about drugs, and how like cocaine is processed, like the cocoa plant that it comes from, is people actually chew on it in other countries. And it doesn't have that kind of effect on them. That is, that is similar to if they process it into that refined white powder. And then they, you know, that has a way stronger response. And so very similar is sugar. And so we are constantly feeding ourselves with these. Everything. It's an everything really. Yeah. And

it's a drug.

Jake Anderson  11:43  
Really, yeah, I mean, when you think about how, you know, the neural pathways, right, their response to brain response. I mean, I've gone through cycles where I've tried different diets, and it's like, okay, you're going to eat, you're going to eat this way, you know, there's a certain way to your journey is that you're not going to, you're not going to have any carbs, or it's going to just be clean, right? All clean eating, that's usually where I try to go, if I if I try to get myself on a diet is going into some kind of a clean eating format. And I know that like the first, the first three days, like I get headaches, and it's hard, like those first couple days are so hard. And then and then after that you feel amazing. Because it's almost like you're like ridding yourself of the toxin, I guess I mean, I just know, I feel amazing. Like if I go and just eat clean, and get all the junk out, the first after a few days, like, first few days, I feel like crap. And then I feel amazing. And but they're, they're still and I guess this is the neural pathway piece here. Like even you know, if I think the longest I've ever made it on something like that's been maybe a month, and I'll drop a ton of weight. And at the end of that month, there will be something that might trigger me to go and get that bad thing that I used to eat. And then once I get to that bad thing, then I go right back to the old habits again. And that's always such a challenge. So do you like when it comes to that long term sustainability? of, you know, okay, like, I don't want to just overcome my cravings for a period of time, like, I want to make this a lifestyle. Like, this is how I eat this is how I live. How does somebody is there like a, I'm trying to think of how to phrase this question. Basically, what I'm trying to get to with this is, how does somebody get to that place where this is a lifestyle? And it's not some like, I think a diet, I think it has an into it, like what I think the where I hear the word diet, okay, there's an end to this, like, no, this needs to be a lifestyle change. So what can like What does somebody need to have in place? or What does somebody need to do to make this a true lifestyle change for them?

Tara Matthews  14:05  
Yeah, and like you said, the diet, it's, it's, we all have that diet mentality, because we always think the next thing is going to work for us. And the thing is, there's 1000s of people who who go abstinent from sugar, and they live the rest of their life like that. And it's amazing, and it's so good for your health. But I mean, some people want to enjoy something once in a while. And so you have to, it's all about finding what works for your body. So it's a lot of trial and error. And that's why people go from diet to diet to diet thinking this is gonna work and then it works for a while and then it doesn't work for a while. And it's because there there has to be that shift from you know, I'm not doing this because I want to lose 20 pounds this month and like this is the you know, or the weddings coming up but then I need to look good for or things like that, but it's the mindset shift. Really from two, this has to be the like the lifestyle change, like, this is what I want the rest of my life and the real, the real thing that changes that is like finding, you know, the reason why, why we're doing it. Because we have to have a strong reason for it. And a lot of people, it's not until their health hits rock bottom, and then they're just like, wow, like, I just had a heart attack, and I need to change the way I eat now. And that triggers something in the brain, it's like, okay, now I know, I need to make the change, or I'm gonna die. And unfortunately, like a lot of people are like that I actually have family members who are diabetic and still, like, you know, eat the sugar, and then in the, in the insulin shots, and, and, and so what makes the difference, I think, between the people who make that shift is that they're working on that mindset, and they're finding their reasons. And they're practicing the self care that they need to do, because it takes it takes a little bit of work, you know, we can't just say, Oh, I'm going to focus on eating healthy, but then I'm never going to plan anything like I don't plan my days out or what I'm going to eat, and then you kind of don't set yourself up for success. And so if you set yourself up for success, and I'm big on like planning stuff, I'm a little bit type a two, as far as, like when it comes to planning things, and I know some people are really spontaneous, and but really, to have that long term success, we have to have that mentality, like, okay, you know, what is what am I eating tomorrow? Like, what is my day gonna look like? Do I have the food in my house that I need to have? Am I going to be going out? Do I need to pack a lunch? Do I? You know, do I, first people who like with food addiction, it's just, I've done this personally, like, Okay, I have to take the long way around to a destination. So I don't pass by Dunkin Donuts, because I know, if I pass by there, I'm gonna let that coffee. Or that, you know, so um, so really, it's like developing the strategies and knowing yourself and knowing what triggers you have and the things that can derail you. And then setting up strategies for yourself that are going to help you have that sustainable success.

Jake Anderson  17:17  
Yeah, I relate to like fast food restaurants, especially, I'll go to a fast food restaurant. I know there's healthy choices, I guess they're healthy. I mean, you know, salad or something like that, that never look at them, I just go straight to the double cheeseburger and fries and Dr. Pepper are like the number three, I could remember McDonald's, like, give me the number three double quarter pounder with fries, not to pepper, I'm good to go. And I never like my brain just doesn't focus on that. And I remember one day, when I were when I was going through this healthy eating regimen. I had to like, almost consciously like wake myself up for a second while I was at that register ordering food because my wife and I, we used to go to chick fil a all the time back when you could actually go into chick fil a. And we'd take the kids there is nice because they had a little play area. And it was easy. It was an easy kind of meal if we felt like we needed to go that route. So when I was doing my healthy eating, we go to chick fil a, I had to like almost jerk myself in the consciousness and say, wait a second, no, don't go over there on the menu, go over here on the menu and luck. And it it really takes like intentional being intentional. Like as you're thinking through that, like you said, like planning things out. I think that's a really important thing to highlight there. Because anytime I noticed that I'm going into a bad healthy eating pattern is because I'm just not aware of anything that's going on. I'm just like, I'll go to the fridge, and I'm scanning for the thing that I want to eat, and not the thing that I should eat. And there, those are two very different things at that moment in time what I want to eat is something bad for me, because my brains got that neural pathway that's like triggering my behavior to go there. But what I should eat is something obviously different than that. And, you know, in what you said about kind of that you get you get to a place where it's it almost, you have some life altering event, right, you have a heart attack, something like that. And like that's when you decide to make a change. Like we need to get to a place where that never happens. make those changes before that ever happens. Because you might not be around. If that happens that might that might be the thing that puts you under. And but you know, I have a neighbor that lives up the street and he just says the same thing. He was like, yeah, you know, he's like, I had my heart attack. And then that's what led me to making the changes in my lifestyle. He's like, I lost. I don't know, there's some some substantial amount of well, it might have been 100 pounds or something. It was substantial. I saw old photos. I'm like, wow, that was you. You don't look like the same person. And he's like, Yeah, he's like, that's what a heart attack will do to you. You know, it'll make you you know, did that to me, so having that really deep reason as to why, you know, why you need to make these changes. And for me, I want to be around for my children, you know, I want to, I want my kids to grow up with a dad, I don't want, I don't want to, you know, be you know, in, it was a, I don't want to be in such bad health, that it's affecting my relationship for my children, for my wife, for my family, and I want to be around, I want to be able to see them grow up, and you know, and be that dad that they deserve. And that's a good reason. So I think anybody listening right now and you're dealing with issues with cravings and, and bad habits, like, start with the reason start with that, why, like, why I need to be doing this, and let that be your driver and, and be honest with yourself, you know, it's, it's, if you're not, if you mess it up, that's okay. Like, we all mess up, we got to be, we gotta we gotta admit to you know, be truthful with ourself. And in face it. So I know that you're doing a lot in terms of serving in this mission. And I think it's great, because you're giving, you're giving people a place to connect, and they don't feel like they're alone in this journey. And I think with something like this, knowing that you've got community, and that you have, you know, a place where, where people can really get that support to move through this really difficult thing. Tell me about that, like, what are you doing right now to serve? And how are you serving?

Tara Matthews  21:32  
Yeah, so it's pretty cool. What I have going on is kind of like a two fold thing here. So because I have my coaching, Tara Matthews coaching, like, that's just my personal coaching, but I also have fit faith company, which is more like a ministry. Because I want it got to a place where I wanted to be able to have a place for resources and people to go, don't necessarily, you know, can afford a personal coach or, you know, a private trainer, or anything like to have those kinds of resources. So that's kind of why I made my free group and faith. And then I'm also launching a new program in June, and that's going to be rapid results program. So it's three months, and then we're going to go through everything from your faith in mindset, to your nutrition to your fitness. And the thing is, is like when it comes to our health, it's so much more than just what we put in our mouth, or just, you know, going to the gym, like it's so much it's about sleep, it's about our relationships, it's like, everything contributes to how we feel and so, so yeah, so that's kind of the goal of that three month program is to offer a private community for for people to go to, with so much more one on one, and an accountability that I can offer them, so I'm doing that, which is pretty awesome. And that's, I'm hoping that can reach the world in the way that I want to and, and take off. So we'll see how that goes. And I want to rewind for a second because you were talking about how you were saying about how you went like when you go to McDonald's, how your brain just like how you automatically go to the thing. And that's really part of just the conditioning that we have. And if you think about it, just like the media, and how we're so conditioned to, like, automatically think about food when we go out. You know, when you think back, like, the old days before, like there was fast food places everywhere, and people made home cooked meals and and now we have TV commercials and advertisements everywhere you go and there's like food triggers everywhere. So it's no no wonder that our, our mind just naturally goes there. And no one wants to eat that stuff. And, and when you were talking about the, the why. And how you feel like you need a house and you went into the you go in the refrigerator and you feel like, you know, you grab for what you want, but you know, you really should eat some things better. I think it really comes down to when you really get that why like, in there, like you really get down to what is really driving you to make that change, that you're going to find that and there's some work that you can do with that to kind of help you ingrain it in you more to really make it real, that when you start opening the frigerator the things that you should want you actually will want you know. So and I think that's a lot of it's a lot of repetition. It's a lot of I like to say like journaling, prayer, and really getting into your goals and what you want and things like that. So yeah, that's really important stuff. And as and even entrepreneurs like we do this stuff with our work, like we plan out our days, and we know what we're doing for, you know, the tasks that we have to do, but we kind of neglect the self care and the nutrition and what we should be eating and things like that.

Jake Anderson  25:17  
Yeah, it's well, and I'll say one thing about the whole, you know, when you open the fridge and the things that you should want, or you should eat, or the things that you eventually you want to eat, as, as you start eating in, it is true. Like, I remember when I was going through, like, you know what, I actually actually enjoy this type of food, and, but your brain just doesn't think to go there with it. And, and but once you start conditioning it with healthier eating options, it's it actually is quite enjoyable and the marketing search routine. I mean, I can't ever think of maybe it's there, I don't see it. If it is there. It's not very prominent to me, but I don't drive by McDonald's and see salads all over the place I see. And fries and the big Coca Cola, because that's what they so I go there, and it's like, that's what attracts me. And then that hooks me in. And and that's how I order. So yeah, I think I'm glad you brought that back up. Because that is definitely something you know, especially what you said about the food. It's like if you can, if you can start conditioning yourself, do journaling through prayer, really working on that mindset. And start, you know, over time, as you continue to go to those healthier options, keep going to those healthier options, you start conditioning yourself to having that automatic response, I would imagine, it's like a fridge, I'm going automatically now I'm going over here instead of over here, because I've rewired the brain to do that. And it takes work. It takes mindset work some

Tara Matthews  26:51  
Oh yeah. Yeah, that gets that opens the whole nother door towards like paradigms and our subconscious mind and how that stuff works. And it's just, there's so much that we don't even realize that goes into the choices that we make.

Jake Anderson  27:04  
Yeah. Is it Yeah, I mean, if you ever, and that's the thing, it's like I went through a, it was like a neuro psychology program couple years ago. And you know, and I remember, learning, like your brain is designed that way. So it can be productive. It's designed to do that for it's a productive thing. Because if everything has to be a conscious activity, your brain is going to slow down and things are going to slow down. If I always have to consciously think about what I'm doing. It's like when you drive a car, you know, yeah, maybe at first you're like, Okay, there's the clutch. Talking about, like, what's cool here, like when you actually have a stick shift. Like there's a clutch, there's a shifter, there's the the blinkers, there's the steering wheel, you know, put the gas in, I hit the brake. And like, there's so many little things you're doing when driving a car, when you get started. And you have to kind of think about that consciously because it's new. But then your brain creates those pathways. And then it becomes that second nature, right? Where all the sudden, you're so used to You're so like, you're so unconsciously driving a car that you can shove that McDonald's hamburger down your throat, and talk on the cell phone and look at, you know, the radio, when somehow the car is actually in the lines. And that's what happens. You just moved into that place where everything is second nature. And so yeah, I mean, it really is like the subconscious really is running the show. And, and it's

Tara Matthews  28:30  
like those days where Oh, sorry, like, you're going to work. And you're like, you drive there. And you're like, how did I get here? I wasn't even thinking about driving like you don't even remember?

Jake Anderson  28:39  
Yeah, oh, no, I've had those days. And I'm like, yeah, or if you drive, and that's like, wow, that that kind of that's a little scary that I just read somewhere and I don't even really remember, like the drive and GPS makes it even worse because now with GPS, I don't have to think about where I'm going. I just listen to the little voice pop in say Tigger, right and 300 300 feet, okay, got to take it right, go back to go back to zoning out or listening to music and zoning out. And so it's definitely something that I think having awareness of the unawareness and and understanding where where that is and knowing that that's going on, I think is you know probably one of the the first steps into really improving your life with your mindset is knowing how that subconscious works and, and understanding how to kind of lift up the hood of the engine so to speak, and go in there and move some things around so it runs better. So, Tara, this is amazing. Also, I want it real quick because we're getting near the end here and I want to ask you about IBG brain fitness. Is that something that you're because I remember we did this brain training exercise? I guess it was a few weeks ago here is again I don't remember the time Yeah. But it was really cool. And is that something that you incorporate? Tell me a little bit about that. And like is that something that you incorporate with your coaching and how you serve as well.

Tara Matthews  30:10  
I haven't done too much of it, but it's an option. And so that is, like I like a lot of your listeners haven't heard it. But it's, it's kind of taking music and tempo, and like the harmony and movement and using your body and movement, so that you can kind of make new connections within your brain through some fun activities, right. So you know, you're listening to the classical music, and you're kind of moving with the music. And we did, you know, like the switching ears or, you know, it's kind of like that, Rub your tummy Pat your head type of thing. And, but it's a lot of fun. And it kind of, if you practice it, like a few times a day just for you know, a few minutes a day, you start to do things and that are like, I'll tell you like my example is that one day, I went into the bathroom wash, brush my teeth, and I was brushing with my left hand, and I don't never brush my teeth with my left hand. So I started thinking about what I've been doing the past week, and I've been doing a lot of those brain brain game activities. And I was like, well, maybe you know, this is this is actually doing something to my brain. Like I'm using a different hand. And so it was kind of interesting. And it wasn't something I was expecting, but but they're just fun activities. That Yeah, that I can incorporate I haven't done too much of it. But yeah,

Jake Anderson  31:44  
yeah, that's, that's cool. I mean, it's fun. Again, there's that subconscious game kicking in, like, all of a sudden, I'm brushing my teeth with my left hand. And, and but it came from the activities that you were doing, and there's trainings. Yeah, it was it was interesting. I found it to be interesting. And so I wanted to touch on it. And is there like a place somebody wanted to learn how to learn about these brain train training activities, or like a play? Somebody can find more information about this online? That you know of?

Tara Matthews  32:13  
Um, they would have to contact me? And I do not know, the website off the top of my head right now for Okay, that's fine. The actual brain gains?

Jake Anderson  32:25  
Yeah. Well, perfect. Well, that that's a great segue into how can people get connected with you? And yeah, where can they find you? Where can they get where can they get connected with you online?

Tara Matthews  32:38  
I would say Facebook is the easiest place. And I have my my website. Tara Matthews comm one T and last name. And then yeah, I have my Facebook page. It's facebook.com slash fit faith company. And so that's probably one of the best places to go. And you can message me from there too.

Jake Anderson  33:01  
Okay, perfect. We'll make sure to link up in the show notes. So so people know where to find you. And, and also you can go to if you go to WWW dot introspective podcast comm backslash Tara Matthews, Ta ra, Ma, th e Ws with one t as Tara says, that will also take you to the show notes here with all the links and the video, the podcast, the whole shebang, a bang will be on that on that website page as well, for you to check out. So Tara, this has been amazing. hearing your story and what you're doing talking about a very important topic that I know many people struggle with. And I just want to say thank you. I was honored to have you on the show and to hear your message and to share that message with the listeners. So thank you so much for that.

Tara Matthews  33:50  
Thank you. Yeah, it's always a good opportunity. And I appreciate it because it's always pleasure talking to you. Absolutely.

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Welcome back to another new episode here on the Introspective! For this episode, we're gonna really dive into mindset stuff specifically on controlling habits and those that can create compulsive behavior like eating. And of course, our guest, Tara Mathews, will be helping us in today’s deep dive. 

Tara Mathews is a holistic faith-based wellness coach who empowers others to overcome compulsive eating, and enhance their overall quality of life through health education, coaching, training, and mindset development. In addition to that, Tara is also an iBG Brain Fitness Trainer, BollyX LIT Class Instructor, PA Licensed Massage Therapist, Young Living Brand Partner, and Owner of F.I.T. Faith Company. She is also a proud homeschooling mom, loving wife, and faith-filled woman of God. When it comes to developing better habits, improving your quality of life, and knowing how to really live for your purpose, this episode is for you!

What You'll Learn

  • How did Tara get started with her ‘F.I.T. Faith Company’ and her mission
  • What causes our cravings and/or food addiction
  • How to really instill a true lifestyle change for yourself

“There's so much that we don't even realize that goes into the choices that we make.” 

-Tara Matthews

Learn what somebody can do to overcome the problem of having cravings and/or food addiction.

Connect with Tara Matthews

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