The Dr. Carolyn Coker Ross Show

Put an end to binge eating, food addiction and emotional eating. You can make peace with food and your body and have the energy and vitality you want!


What is trauma? Well, in the past, most people would say, “Trauma is severe abuse or neglect.” But our more modern definition of trauma is that trauma is anything that causes you to lose an essential part of yourself – a sense of security or safety, peace or love. Over 2/3 of children under age 16 reported at least 1 traumatic event by age 16. What is important to understand is that trauma is common
In the podcast, I interview friend and colleague, Julie Duffy Dillon who is a specialist in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). We discuss the importance of addressing TRUE determinants of health – what makes us healthy and how weight loss does not have to be part of that equation. We also discuss treatment of PCOS including use of supplements and talk about weight stigma.   In this podcast, you will learn: 1. What is PCOS? 2.
We spend about a third of our adult lives in the workplace. Work can improve mental health for some individuals – providing them with a sense of meaning and purpose and offering valuable social connections. However, for individuals with binge eating disorder, food addiction or emotional eating, work can also be a source of stress and stigma that can make their eating disorder worse or can lead to relapse.   In this podcast, you will
My guest on the podcast today is Ali Shapiro – the creator of Truce with Food® and the Truce Coaching Framework Certification, host of the top-ranked podcast Insatiable, a holistic nutritionist, integrated health coach and rebel with a serious cause. My interview with Ali covers a wide range of topics including how the body positivity movement has been co-opted, how her struggle with childhood cancer helped her explore her relationship with her body and more!
  In this podcast, I will be discussing the importance of forgiveness, including self-forgiveness for people with binge eating, emotional eating and food addiction. Forgiveness is an inherently selfish act – it is something that benefits you more than it benefits the person you forgive. The most difficult but most impactful form of forgiveness is self-forgiveness. How have you harmed others? I will discuss the difference between apologizing and forgiving. In this episode, you will