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6ABC Action News Feature: Escape From Emotional Eating, Especially During Unsettling Times

Many of us are feeling overwhelmed right about now: stressed, anxious and stuck at home. That can lead to a lot of emotional eating.

If you're turning to your favorite snacks and drinks now, more than ever, know that you're not alone. It's happening to all of us.

"There's a spike in sales for comfort food, so that's already telling us that people are already gravitating towards their old coping mechanisms," said Jessica Procini, emotional eating healer.

With most of us home, we can find ourselves grazing and eating out of boredom or stress.

For more information and to read the full article, go HERE!


Reinvent Yourself with Lesley Jane Seymour: Episode #244: How to Break Free From Emotional Eating & Transform Your Life with Jessica Procini

“I spent years in therapy and my relationship with food was never touched,” says Jessica Procini, former ballet dancer and fashion industry professional turned emotional eating coach. “But it really is causing a lot of chaos in peoples’ relationships with food and their health.” Procini, who is the founder of Escape from Emotional Eating, opens up to host Lesley Jane Seymour about how her own struggles with food began at the tender age of six and evolved into a quest for healing. Learn her insights into the generational patterns of emotional eating, her approach to identifying and addressing these patterns, and how capturing data about our eating experiences and engaging in candid conversations can help us uncover the underlying issues. Whether you're grappling with your relationship with food or seeking inspiration to reinvent any aspect of your life, this conversation provides invaluable wisdom for transformative journeys.

Listen to the full podcast HERE!


Happiness Solved with Sandee Sgarlata: Episode #295 From Emotional Eater to Food Freedom: A Journey of Self-Trust with Jessica Procini

Happiness Solved with Sandee Sgarlata | Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini Happiness Solved with Sandee Sgarlata. In this episode, Sandee interviews Jessica Procini. Jessica Procini is a woman on a mission. As the founder and leader of Escape From Emotional Eating since 2011, she has been helping women who strive for excellence heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can embody their full potential.

She created Escape From Emotional Eating®, a unique process grounded in a decade of research, a background in the Psychology of Eating, and Transformational Coaching methods. But it’s her own personal emotional eating journey and experience that makes her work stand out from the rest.

Frustrated that 932 hours in therapy never helped her end her fight with food and Overeaters Anonymous never being a place she could call ‘home’, she never gave up and never lost hope. Determined to find a way to truly be free from emotional eating so she could have the peace, freedom, and joy in her body, mind, and soul she had always longed for, Jessica knew there needed to be a different kind of support... one that got to the roots of emotional eating.

Finally free from her old self-destructive cycles with food, Jessica pairs her personal experience with her professional expertise to help other high-striving women get to the roots of their emotional eating through her year-long programs, retreats, keynotes, and workshops.

As a sought-after thought leader, Jessica's work has received multiple awards year after year from the Institute of Psychology of Eating and has been featured in noteworthy media outlets such as ABC, CBS, and MindBodyGreen. Jessica lives in Philadelphia with her husband, Zach, and two rescue dogs, Billie and CJ. She recharges her batteries by trying to grow flowers in her miniature urban garden and taking adult ballet classes.

Listen to the full episode here.


The Profit Accelerator Podcast with Dawn Kennedy: Episode #130: Nourishing Success: Unraveling the Business-Nutrition Nexus

The Profit Accelerator Podcast with Dawn Kennedy | Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini Dawn talks with Jessica Procini. Jessica is the founder and leader of Escape From Emotional Eating since 2011, she has been helping women who strive for excellence heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can embody their full potential. Dawn and Jessica talk about nutrition and the things that may or may not be supporting you in your business, as you keep growing and going and taking on the team and all the things that it's involved with.

Listen to the full episode here.


IDEAS+LEADERS By Elena Paweta: Episode 177: How To Be Successful and Healthy with Jessica Procini

IDEAS+LEADERS By Elena Paweta | How To Be Successful and Healthy with Jessica Procini

In the episode 177 of IDEAS+LEADERS podcast I am speaking with Jessica Procini, the founder and leader of Escape From Emotional Eating method, about how to start focusing on your health.

It is a very important topic for business professionals who sacrifice their health sometimes in order to be more successful in business. Listen to this episode to find some helpful tips on how we can start focusing on our health by starting with good relationship with food.

Listen to the full episode here.


The Sharon McLaughlin Show: Confidence is Contagious: Confidence to Overcome Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Segment1: Building Confidence for a Healthier Lifestyle:

Host discusses the common struggle of lacking confidence in achieving a healthier lifestyle.

Importance of a different approach for different results is emphasized.

Jessica introduces the holistic perspective of health, including emotional and mental wellbeing, beyond just nutrition and fitness.

The etymology of "healthy" as "whole" is explored, advocating for a comprehensive approach.

 

Segment 2: Understanding Emotional Eating:

Jessica delves into emotional eating, defining it as using food to cope with various emotions, not solely related to overeating.

Emotional eating is explained as a symptom of deeper emotional issues and a disconnection from true hunger and satiation levels.

The interview explores the reasons behind emotional eating, citing lack of education and societal stigmas.

The notion that emotional eating is about 'why' rather than 'how much' is established.

 

Segment 3: Awareness of Emotional Eating:

Discussion on whether individuals are aware of their emotional eating habits.

Jessica highlights the shame and denial associated with emotional eating, especially for high-achieving individuals.

The importance of self-awareness and acknowledgment is stressed as the initial step towards change.

 

Segment 4: Addressing Emotional Eating Habits:

Practical advice for individuals struggling with emotional eating habits is provided.

The recommendation to keep a journal, documenting the circumstances and emotions surrounding eating episodes, is presented.

Jessica encourages a non-judgmental and curious approach to self-observation.

 

Segment 5: Seeking Support and Working with Jessica:

Jessica invites listeners to visit her website, EscapeFromEmotionalEating.com, for free resources and information.

The process of working with Jessica is explained, involving filling out an application for potential collaboration.

The emphasis is on creating a supportive environment to explore challenges and potential solutions.

 

Segment 6: Words of Encouragement for Confidence Building:

Jessica reassures listeners that emotional eating is a learned behavior that can be unlearned.

The erosion of self-trust caused by emotional eating is discussed.

Healing the relationship with food and oneself is portrayed as a journey towards building confidence and reclaiming personal power.

Listen to the full episode here.


You, The Mother with Abbey Williams: Episode 613: Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

You, The Mother with Abbey Williams | Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini This week on the You, The Mother Podcast, Abbey welcomes Jessica Procini! Jessica is the founder and leader of Escape from Emotional Eating, a unique process grounded in a decade of research, a background in the Psychology of Eating, and transformational coaching methods. Jessica shares her own personal journey and experience, being frustrated in therapy and finally getting to the root of her emotional eating. She walks us through how others can find peace, freedom, and joy in the body, mind, and soul. What’s at the root of emotional eating? Let’s talk about it!

Listen to the full episode here.


Learning to Slay the Beast Podcast with Sara German: Episode 154: How to Escape Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Learning to Slay the Beast Podcast with Sara German | Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

This week we chat with founder of Escape from Emotional Eating, Jessica Procini. Jessica focuses on high achieving women healing roots of emotional eating.

Jessica was an emotional eater and searched high and low for support to help her heal her relationship with food. Now, she has created the support that she needed through her work with Escape from Emotional Eating.

Listen to the full episode here.


The Game on Girlfriend Podcast with Sarah Walton: Episode 212: What is Emotional Eating and How Can You Stop With Jessica Procini

The Game On Girlfriend Podcast with Sarah Walton | Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini As an emotional eating expert, Jessica Procini has made it her mission to give you permission to stop and listen to the parts of you that might be asking for a little bit of help. For those of us that are so high functioning, who we think we don't need anything, but that might actually be at the heart of emotional eating.

Since 2011, Jessica, the founder and leader of Escape from Emotional Eating, has been helping women heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can embody their full potential.

Jessica had already gone through nutrition school and had health and wellness expertise under her belt when she found out that she was an emotional eater. It blew her mind that she still couldn't manage when it came to food. She knew there are other people who know so much about health and wellness but really feel powerless at certain points in their relationship with food and their body.

There is a difference between just intellectually knowing information and motivating us to take action to create change.

For Jessica, it wasn’t a lightning strike moment when she realized she was an emotional eater. She recalls not being at peace with food in her body and noticed it was getting worse. She found herself reaching for food when she felt stressed, or life got overwhelming.

Jessica says people assume that emotional eating means that you have to eat ten bags of potato chips, you know, to be an emotional eater. It’s not about what you're eating, and it really has nothing to do with 2 or 20 of something. It's about the why and really honestly answering that question.

You might think, “Well, I can't do anything about this, so I might as well eat.” Or, “I look forward to eating. Eating and food is really like the joy in my day, so I might as well eat.” Another example is having this fear when you reach a certain point in an eating experience, and you have to choose: do I keep eating, or do I stop?

You might feel like, “This is all too much.” Life is too much, the day's been too much, there's too much going on. And there is this feeling of “I need to eat something.”

These examples are unhealthy coping mechanisms that involve self-silencing and powerlessness.

Jessica says there isn’t any reason why anyone should be upset with themselves, specifically when it comes to what they’re eating. If we're constantly engaging in this cycle of eating something and then beating ourselves up about it, it creates a really toxic internal environment.

“What I love about emotional eating, and the portal that it opens when we're willing to do the real work is that it puts us back in touch with ourselves from even just the nuances of, ‘well, how do you know when you're hungry?’ ” says Jessica. “Because especially as women, we've been taught that it's not okay to be hungry. We shouldn't be hungry for food, and we shouldn't be hungry for success.”

If you truly want freedom and peace, no matter how healthy you eat, and no matter how much you exercise, you have to get to the roots of your unhealthy relationship with food.

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The Wellness Revolution Podcast with Amber Shaw: Episode 216: Break Free From Emotional Eating With Jessica Procini

The Wellness Revolution Podcast with Amber Shaw | Jessica Procini Escape From Emotional Eating

The Wellness Revolution Podcast with Amber Shaw | Jessica Procini Escape From Emotional Eating

Can you relate to those moments when you've eaten a bag of chips, only to wonder afterwards, "Who ate all of that?" And just like that, you're caught in the guilt and frustration loop, feeling like you've sabotaged your weight loss goals yet again. I've been there, and that’s why I am absolutely thrilled to share with you the latest episode of the Wellness Revolution podcast, where I was lucky to host the phenomenal Jessica Procini. This radiant woman is the heart and soul behind Escape from Emotional Eating, and she joined us to bare her soul and share her intimate journey of overcoming emotional eating.

We dove deep into this all too common struggle of using food as a means to cope with life's ups and downs. How many of us can relate to that? Food becomes a comfort, a friend, an escape, but eventually it spirals into a cycle of guilt and self-sabotage, leaving our wellness goals abandoned in the dust. In our heart-to-heart, Jessica dropped some serious wisdom and shared some incredibly powerful strategies to conquer emotional eating once and for all. Her insights are nothing short of a revelation.

In this episode, shares her personal journey with us, one that led her to break free from the destructive cycle of emotional eating. We delved into how food can sometimes serve as a coping mechanism, masking our true emotions and further complicating our relationship with it. We explore together the importance of nurturing a healthier relationship with food and breaking free from its emotional stronghold. This episode is not just about acknowledging emotional eating, but it's about empowering you to reclaim your health and body goals. Be ready for an eye-opening discussion that will leave you feeling inspired to transform your lifestyle.

Listen to the full episode here.


The Confident Podcast with Lisa Thompson: Episode 135: Escaping Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

The Confident Podcast with Lisa Thompson | Jessica Procini Escape From Emotional EatingIn this episode, "Escaping Emotional Eating," our host, Lisa Thompson and her guest Jessica Procini, who is the founder and leader of Escape From Emotional Eating taking about how to overcome this issue in your life. Jessica has been helping women who strive for excellence heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can embody their full potential. In this episode, there are many moments you may relate, learn from and feel inspired to take control.

Listen to the full episode here.


Triggered AF with Alechia and Dani: How to End Your Fight With Food with Jessica Procini

Triggered AF with Alechia and Dani | Jessica Procini Escape From Emotional EatingIn the “How to End Your Fight With Food” episode, the founder of Escape from Emotional Eating, Jessica Procini, provides tools to tackle one of America’s most prevalent issues today – our food. Our relationship with food exists on a spectrum – whether we’re using it in a healthy way or abusing it. Taking steps to bridge the gap between your relationship with food right now and your ideal relationship with food is more effective than measuring food by quantity.

Food affects both the mental and physical aspects of our life, and the goal is to become an expert on yourself. We get so caught up in the ‘what are we eating?’ and judging that, but the stuff behind the what and the relationship we have with food is where we begin to transform and change.

Listen to the full episode here.


This Is Woman's Work with Nicole Kalil: Episode 153: Eating Your Feelings with Jessica Procini

This is woman's work with Nicole Kalil | Jessica Procini Escape From Emotional Eating

Jessica has this to say about emotional eating: “Overeating is a REJECTION of Self. It is a moment of self-betrayal. In order to truly heal your relationship with food, you must address the fundamental disloyalty towards yourself.”

UGH. I WISH I would have heard THAT earlier in my life. While I don’t fall into the emotional eating trap as often as I used to, it’s something I still need to be mindful of, especially when I’m stressed, hurt or angry. Because loyalty to myself is at the top of my priority list… I hope it’s on yours too.

Jessica Procini, is the founder of Escape From Emotional Eating®, and has been helping women heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can embody their full potential. She created this unique process grounded in a decade of research, a background in the Psychology of Eating, Transformational Coaching methods, and her own personal emotional eating journey, so her clients can learn to use food as a nourishing asset rather than a self-destructive way to cope, soothe and escape their busy, stressful lives.

Before we can heal our relationship with food and eating, or whatever it is that YOU do that fills a void or masks a feeling temporarily but ultimately has you feeling WORSE about yourself, we must heal ourselves.

And healing ourselves is an ongoing, never ending, journey. No one else can do it for you. Nothing else will heal you, except you.

Listen to the full episode here.


Get Your Life Together, Girl with Danielle A. Vann: Episode 208: The Coping Mechanism of Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Get Your Life Together, Girl with Danielle A. Vann | Jessica Procini What does the term “coping mechanisms” mean to you? The term has taken on an understanding that doesn’t fully explain what a coping mechanism is or how it can take you into dark places in your life. After all, they are more than just the things you do because at the base of every coping mechanism is a hope that you have a sense of safety and control, even if it isn’t a true security blanket.

When we use our coping mechanisms against ourselves, we create less than fulfilling lives. This is especially true if your coping mechanism is something that requires work. An example of that work is emotional eating.

While many of us do not look at our eating habits and relationship with food as disordered, it can be without even realizing it. Any disordered habits create disordered thinking, which upsets our emotional balance. That’s why I sat down with the founder and leader of Escape From Emotional Eating Jessica Procini to talk about the root of this coping mechanism and how to tackle it if this is a struggle for you.

Listen to the full episode here.


The Mental Health Toolbox Podcast with Patrick Martin: Episode 83: How to Conquer Emotional Eating - Experts Reveal Their Best Advice

The Mental Health Toolbox Podcast with Patrick Martin | Jessica Procini Are you turning to food for comfort or stress relief? Then Stick around, because in this episode of The Mental Health Toolbox, we are taking with emotional eating expert, Jessica Procini, who is helping us to discover how to triumph over emotional eating and regain control over your life, so let’s go!

Listen to the full episode here.

 


Self Love and Sweat the Podcast with Lunden Souza: Episode 129: Overcoming Emotional Eating: A Journey Towards Healing with Jessica Procini

Self Love and Sweat the Podcast with Lunden Souza | Jessica Procini

What if the battle with food you've been fighting can finally come to an end? What if emotional eating is not the prison sentence you believed it to be? This episode brings you a remarkable conversation with Jessica Procini, a woman whose quest to escape from emotional eating is nothing short of inspiring. Jessica's tenacious spirit led her to create her own healing framework after conventional methods failed. Her journey is a testament to resilience and determination and serves as a ray of hope for anyone walking a similar path.

Listen to the full episode here.


Giving Starts With You with Nelia Hutt: Episode 184: What's at the ROOT of Your Emotional Eating? with Jessica Procini

Giving Starts With You with Nelia Hutt | Jessica Procini

In this episode, Jessica Procini, founder of Escape From Your Emotional Eating, candidly shares her story of emotional eating. Jessica helps women reclaim their power over food by getting to the ROOT of why so that we stop using food as a self-destructive way to cope with what is really going on!

Listen to the full episode here.


She Built It Podcast with Melanie Barr: Using Food To Fuel Success with Jessica Procini

She Built It with Melanie Barr | Jessica Procini

Jessica Procini, founder and leader of Escape From Emotional Eating®, joins the She Built It® podcast. Jessica created a unique process grounded in a decade of research, a background in the Psychology of Eating, Transformational Coaching methods, and her own personal emotional eating journey so her clients can learn to use food as a nourishing asset rather than a self-destructive way to cope, soothe and escape their busy, stressful lives. Since 2011, she has been helping high achieving women heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can embody their full potential.

Listen to the full episode here.


Life Lessons with Gin Stephens and Sheri Bullock: Episode 132: Overcoming Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Life Lessons with Gin Stephens and Sheri Bullock | Jessica Procini Is emotional eating preventing you from reaching your goals, hopes, and dreams? Where do you turn for help and how can you overcome this pattern? In this week’s episode of Life Lessons, Gin and Sheri are joined by Jessica Procini, a woman who was led to help others overcome their emotional eating after learning how to get to the root of her own emotional eating struggles. Jessica is on a mission to help other women who strive for excellence heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can use food as a nourishing asset rather than a self-destructive way to cope, soothe, or attempt to escape their busy, stressful lives.

Listen to the full episode here.


Chaos N' Cookies with Heather Steinker: Episode 144: Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Chaos N' Cookies with Heather Steinker | Jessica ProciniAs we journey through life, our connection with food can change based on various factors. Recently, I had the pleasure of chatting with Jessica Procini, the mastermind behind Escape from Emotional Eating. Despite having a generally positive attitude toward food, Jessica recognized that her relationship with it wasn't perfect. She graciously shared with me her approach to emotional eating and how she's helping women take back control over their relationship with food.

Listen to the full episode here.


In Total Alignment with Michelle Pfile: Episode 157: Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

In Total Alignment with Michelle Pfile | Jessica Procini In this episode, we are diving into a topic that I actually can't believe I haven't covered before - emotional eating. Today's guest Jessica Procini, the founder and leader of Escape From Emotional Eating®, has been helping women who strive for excellence heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can embody their full potential since 2011 after healing her own battle with emotional eating.

Listen to the full episode here.


Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women with Susanne Falter: You, Your Mother & Food with Jessica Procini

Self-Care For Extremely Busy Women: Emotional Eating: What are you REALLY hungry For? with Jessica Procini

Learning how to eat more mindfully, and not emotionally overeat is a skill many of us need to learn. Suzanne talks to Jessica Procini, emotional eating expert, on how our relationship with our mothers is often a factor in our food issues

Perhaps you over eat, over drink, over drug, over shop… whatever your ‘ism’ is, issues with the emotional attachment with your mother may be at the root of it.

Jessica shares ideas on
-       Why mother-daughter relationships can be so tricky
-       Using substances to cope, and alternatives that are healthier
-       The connection between overwork and overeating
-       How to know if your mother is triggering you
-       What to do if your mother is active in your life—and things are tricky
-       Body shame v body positivity
-       The impact of how we dress and what to do about it

LIsten to the full episode here.


A Mental Health Break with Vincent Lanci: Season 13 Episode 5: Leaving Binge Eating in the Past to Find Happiness

A Mental Health Break with Vincent Lanci | Jessica Procini

It became clear to me that no matter how healthy I ate, how much nutritional information I knew, or how much I worked out,  these things weren’t getting to the ROOT of why I was so out of control with food.

Other areas of discussion:

- Refusing to settle
- Having trouble finding a therapist that can relate
- Feeling compulsive in front of food
- Digesting emotions
- The power of nature and taking breaks

I used to have this thing with granola. A seemingly healthy food...but when I would eat it I would go through an entire bag in a matter of seconds.

It wasn’t until my hand hit the bottom of the bag that I would “wake up” from my food trance wondering what alien creature had taken over my body and “who ate all my food?”

No matter what I ate - healthy or unhealthy - I always felt crazy and compulsive around food. Food ran my life. It was a secret I kept for over 20 years of my life.

I tried to talk to my friends about how my overeating was out of control. They simply said, “Oh Jessica, don’t worry. Everyone does that!” Then we’d sign up for a spin class to work off what I overate the night before. It was a valiant effort to make me feel better. But it only made things worse.

I tried to seek help in therapy. I spent over 932 hours in therapy and it never touched my relationship with food. Many of the therapists I saw just wanted to put me on some type of medication. Another quick fix.

I was already using food to numb myself. I didn’t want to be numb anymore. 

At that point, I had binged ate my way through nutrition school and had become burned out from teaching too many fitness classes on the side. 

Listen to the full episode here.


The Successful Woman's Podcast with Galit Ventura Rozen: The Deeper Issues Behind Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

The Successful Woman's Podcast with Galit Ventura Rozen | Jessica Procini

Since 2011, Jessica Procini, the founder and leader of Escape From Emotional Eating®, has been helping women who strive for excellence heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can embody their full potential.

After years of mismatched programs and therapy, Jessica knew she couldn't work with just anyone. She wanted real change where she could truly break free from her cyclical chaotic patterns with food and her body. She was determined to find a way to truly be free from emotional eating so she could have the peace, freedom, and joy in her body, mind, and soul she had longed for.

Jessica created Escape From Emotional Eating®, a unique process grounded in a decade of research, a background in the Psychology of Eating, Transformational Coaching methods, and her own personal emotional eating journey so her clients can learn to use food as a nourishing asset rather than a self-destructive way to cope, soothe and escape their busy, stressful lives.

Now 100% free from her compulsions with food, Jessica helps other women get to the roots of their emotional eating through her year-long programs, retreats, keynotes, and workshops.

As a sought-after thought leader, Jessica's work has received multiple awards from the Institute of Psychology of Eating and has been featured in noteworthy media outlets such as ABC, CBS, and MindBodyGreen.

Listen to the full episode here.


So She Slays Podcast with Heather Young: The Achilles Heel of High Achieving Women with Jessica Procini

So She Slays Podcast with Heather Young | Jessica Procini Board-certified holistic health practitioner talks with us about one of the many things holding high-achieving women back that they themselves may not even realize. We've all been told to "feel our feels" but no one tells us what that means or how to even do it. That happened firsthand to Jessica as she battled overeating. Although at first glance she doesn't look like the stereotypical person that would have issues with overeating, Jessica is out here saying, "hey don't judge, because you don't know."

Listen to the full episode here.


Growing Up with Dr Sarah: Episode 71: How Jessica Procini Escaped From Emotional Eating and Her Mission to Help Others

Growing Up with Dr Sarah | Jessica Procini Escape From Emotional EatingSo many people eat, often excessively, as a response to stress, boredom, unhappiness, or other emotions, rather than physical hunger.  This week’s guest is Jessica Procini, founder and leader of Escape From Emotional Eating. Since 2011, she has been helping women discover the roots of their emotional eating, process emotions, untangle hunger cues and live to their full potential. Many can resonate with her personal story and learn how she helps others escape from emotional eating.

Listen to the full episode here.


The Midlife Makeover Show with Wendy Valentine: Episode 068: 8 Steps to Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

The Midlife Makeover Show with Wendy Valentine | Jessica ProciniAre you using food to cope? Is your relationship with food holding you back? Discover the root cause of your emotional eating and change your life!

Check out the replay of The Midlife Makeover Show LIVE on Instagram with Wendy Valentine and special guest, Jessica Procini, a Board-Certified Holistic Health Practitioner. Jessica is on a mission to help high-achieving women heal the roots of their emotional eating.

You will learn why emotional eating:
increases stress and anxiety - even if it feels good in the moment
is often a dirty secret for many high-achieving women
holds us back from reaching our full potential in life
interferes with being able to fully access our intuition and creativity.

Listen to the full episode here.


Wings of Inspired Business with Melinda Wittstock: Episode #779: Emotional Eating: Why High-Achieving and Resilient Women Entrepreneurs Are More Prone

Wing of Inspired Business with Melinda Wittstock | Jessica Procini

How to Overcome Food Addiction and Overeating

Ever find yourself standing mindlessly in front of the fridge at night looking for something, anything to eat. Or at the end of a stressful day munching through a whole bag of popcorn or an entire pint of ice cream without even realizing how much you’re eating? It’s not that you’re eating because you’re hungry, but you are craving something. And chances are you are eating out of an emotional rather than physical need.

Entrepreneurship is stressful, and founders must be resilient to cope with all the ups and downs. Yet that very resilience that propels you forward to success, can also lead you down a path of disassociation, and all too often it manifests as emotional eating.

Maybe eating makes you feel grounded. Maybe it numbs out the emotional highs and lows of the day. It could provide a soothing comfort or a sense of security, it could be entertainment, it could be anything – and anything that stops us from truly feeling our emotions.

Jessica Procini says emotional eating is a form of disassociation, a sense of denial, and women entrepreneurs contending with all the uncertainty and stress of entrepreneurship are especially prone. It’s a pattern that usually begins in childhood, when parents give you a treat when you’re upset – and then reinforced by a food industry hellbent on getting you to override your body’s natural cue to say enough is enough. It’s not an eating disorder, though it can lead to one. And many women who eat emotionally are not necessarily overweight.

When Overeaters Anonymous and therapy didn’t work for Jessica, she went deep into research and the result is her signature program Escape from Emotional Eating – now helping thousands of women entrepreneurs and executives heal the emotional patterns that lead to food addiction and overeating.

Listen to the full episode here.

 


Fit To Lead by Allison Jackson Fitness: Episode #144: Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Fit To Lead by Allison Jackson Fitness | Jessica Procini Jessica Procini is on a mission to help high-achieving women heal the roots of their emotional eating. When Overeaters Anonymous and therapy weren’t enough to help her end her fight with food, she spent ten years in research before developing her signature healing framework, Escape From Emotional Eating®, which has helped women reclaim their power over food. Now that she’s been 100% free from her compulsions with food for over 5 years, Jessica helps female entrepreneurs and executives do the same at EscapeFromEmotionalEating.com.

Listen to the full episode here.


Self-Care For Extremely Busy Women: Episode 218: Emotional Eating: What Are You REALLY Hungry For? with Jessica Procini

Self-Care For Extremely Busy Women: Emotional Eating: What are you REALLY hungry For? with Jessica Procini

Learning how to eat more mindfully and not emotionally overeat is a skill many of us need to learn. Suzanne talks to Jessica Procini, an emotional eating expert, on how to use food as food instead of a comforting substitute.

I don’t know about you, but I’m a WAY restless meditator. So this week I start the show by sharing a practical list of ways you can overcome that restlessness… and just settle down and chill out. Good idea for the start of a new year, right? Because we all need to get ourselves on the meditation cushion if we want serene minds.

To that end, I also interviewed an emotional eating expert, Jessica Procini. She’s got a fascinating take on emotional overeating and how we can heal from it—something she calls “digesting your emotions.”

Listen to the full episode here.


Blossom Your Awesome Podcast: Episode 84: Breaking Bad Habits with Jessica Procini

Blossom Your Awesome: Breaking Bad Habits with Jessica Procini

Jessica Procini is the founder of Escape From Emotional Eating. She helps people get to the roots of the emotional eating so they can heal and thrive. She teaches clients how to master their emotions and live a more abundance life with inner peace.

We had an insightful conversation about unhealthy habits can mask themselves and hinder us from being our most awesome selves.

Listen to the full episode here.


The Natalie Tysdal Podcast: Episode 86: Signs You Might Be An Emotional Eater with Jessica Procini:

How do you know if you’re an emotional eater?

Have you leaned on food to help you get through an emotion, time in your time, or something else?

Do you turn to food in happy and sad moments? Or when unwinding after a long day?

We’re talking about emotional eating on the podcast this week, with my guest Jessica Procini.

Jessica Procini is on a mission to help high-achieving women heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can use food as a nourishing asset rather than a self-destructive way to cope, soothe and attempt to escape their busy, stressful lives.

She created Escape From Emotional Eating®, a unique process grounded in a decade of research, a background in Psychology of Eating, Transformational Coaching methods, and her own personal emotional eating journey because Overeaters Anonymous didn’t resonate with her and the 932 hours she spent in therapy never helped her end her fight with food.

She knew there needed to be a different kind of support... one that got to the roots of emotional eating.

Now 100% free from her compulsions with food, Jessica helps other high-achieving women get to the roots of their emotional eating through her year-long programs, retreats, keynotes, and workshops.

As a sought-after thought leader, Jessica’s work has received multiple awards from the Institute of Psychology of Eating and has been featured in noteworthy media outlets such as ABC, CBS, and MindBodyGreen.

Listen to the episode here!


The Over 50 Health & Wellness Podcast: Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

The Over 50 Health & Wellness Podcast | Jessica Procini

Indulge me for a moment, and let’s imagine this together. Let’s picture a woman who is a boss babe, she has her act together. She’s a type-A over-achiever, and she gets things done. She’s kicked ass in her career, climbed the corporate ladder, and is by all measures highly successful in her work life.

Her kids were outstanding children, made straight As in school, went to highly regarded universities, and of course, excelled there and are now starting their own successful careers.

She’s on the board of a national nonprofit, and her name regularly comes up when discussing who’s who in her community.

From outward appearances, this woman is successful and in full control of her life. But this woman has a secret. She is in full control of all aspects of her life – except one. She’s an emotional eater. And paradoxically, the more successes she experienced in her life, the more she turned to food for comfort.

How can this be? How could this woman be so intelligent, so successful, and so together in all areas of her life except when it comes to something as simple and fundamental as eating?

My guest today is Jessica Procini. Jessica is the founder of Escape from Emotional Eating and is on a mission to help high achievers heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can use food as a nourishing asset rather than a self-destructive way to cope, soothe and attempt to escape their busy, stressful lives. Jessica’s work has received multiple awards from the Institute of Psychology of Eating, and she’s been featured in noteworthy media outlets such as ABC, CBS, and MindBodyGreen.

Join us today as Jessica shares her own story as well as how to stop using food to cope and start using food to thrive.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


SheSpeaks: Episode 78: How to Overcome Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Jessica Procini | SheSpeaks Podcast | Escape From Emotional EatingHow do you know when food has become an emotional crutch? What is emotional eating? Our guest, Jessica Procini is on a mission to help women heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe and attempt to escape their busy, stressful life.

When Overeaters Anonymous and the 932 hours she spent in therapy weren’t enough to help her end her fight with food, Jessica created Escape From Emotional Eating®, a process grounded in a decade of research, a background in Neurolinguistic Programming & Transformational Coaching, the Psychology of Happiness, and her own personal emotional eating journey. 

Now 100% free from her compulsions with food, Jessica helps other high-achieving women get to the roots of their emotional eating through her year-long transformational programs, her ESCAPE retreats, her keynotes, events, and workshops. 

As a sought-after thought leader, Jessica’s work has received multiple awards from the Institute of Psychology of Eating and has been featured in noteworthy media outlets such as ABC, CBS, and MindBodyGreen.

Using her own personal emotional eating journey, Jessica created the Escape From Emotional Eating® process to help support women in transforming their relationship with food. Listen in to learn more and take Jessica's short self-assessment to see if you are struggling with emotional eating.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Health Coach Academy: Turning Your Journey Into a Thriving Practice with Jessica Procini

Jessica Procini Health Coach Academy | Escape From Emotional EatingMany health coaches stepped into the health and wellness space because we overcame or wanted to overcome an obstacle in our own health. Afterwards, there’s sometimes a calling to share that journey and help others on the same journey to save them from all the pain and frustration that we had to go through.

And it’s the same with today’s guest, Jessica Procini. Jessica Procini is an emotional eating coach as well as the founder of Escape from Emotional Eating, and today, she’ll share her journey—from her struggles with her own health, to how she established her own business and how she made it a thriving one.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Thriving Beyond Belief: Episode 160: Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Jessica Procini | Escape From Emotional EatingJessica Procini is an Emotional Eating Healer and the founder of Escape From Emotional Eating®. She is on a mission to help others use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe or escape their busy, stressful life.

She consciously created and specifically designed Escape From Emotional Eating from over a decade of research and her own emotional eating journey because Overeaters Anonymous didn’t resonate and therapy wasn’t enough when it came to getting help to fully end her fight with food.

Now being 100% free from her compulsions with food, she helps others do the same through all her levels of support, such as her retreats, called The ESCAPE, her year-long transformational programs and through her various public, talks, events and
workshops.

Jessica has been awarded the “Top Health Coach Award” by the Institute of Psychology of Eating three years in a row and has been featured on various media outlets such as CBS, Philadelphia Magazine and MindBodyGreen just to name a few. To learn more visit: www.EscapeFromEmotionalEating.com

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Beyond The Stethoscope: Escape from Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

In this episode, I talk with Jessica Procini. Jessica is on a mission to help high-achieving women heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe and attempt to escape their busy, stressful life.

From over a decade of research and her own personal emotional eating journey, Jessica consciously created her uniquely effective Escape From Emotional Eating® process and programs because Overeaters Anonymous didn't resonate with her, and the 932 hours she spent in therapy never helped her end her fight with food.

Jessica knew there needed to be a different kind of support, one that got to the roots of her emotional eating.

Jessica and her work have received awards from the Institute of Psychology of Eating three years in a row. She has appeared in various media outlets such as ABC, CBS, and MindBodyGreen, just to name a few.

TOPICS

  • Emotional Eating is the dirty secret of successful women.
  • How emotional eating blocks women from reaching higher levels of success.
  • Is stress eating just another way of numbing ourselves out and sabotaging our success?
  • How do we know if we are sabotaging our success even though we are supposed to have it all together as otherwise successful professionals?

Listen to the full episode HERE!


The Balanced, Beautiful and Abundant Show: Season 5, Episode 7: How to Stop Emotionally Eating with Jessica Procini

Jessica Procini is an Emotional Eating Healer and the founder of Escape From Emotional Eating®. She is on a mission to help others use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe or escape their busy, stressful life.

She consciously created and specifically designed Escape From Emotional Eating from over a decade of research and her own emotional eating journey because Overeaters Anonymous didn’t resonate and therapy wasn’t enough when it came to getting help to fully end her fight with food.

Now being 100%% free from her compulsions with food,, she helps others do the same through all her levels of support, such as her retreats, called The ESCAPE, her year-long transformational programs, and through her various public, talks, events, and workshops.

Jessica has been awarded the “Top Health Coach Award” by the Institute of Psychology of Eating three years in a row and has been featured on various media outlets such as CBS, Philadelphia Magazine and MindBodyGreen just to name a few.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Losing Weight to Gain Control Podcast: Episode #115: Escape from Emotion Eating with Jessica Procini

Today's guest on the Losing Weight to Gain Control Podcast is Jessica Procini.  Jessica is on a mission to help high-achieving women who are change makers heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe and attempt to escape their busy, stressful life.

From over a decade of research into the Psychology of Eating and her own personal emotional eating journey, Jessica consciously created her uniquely effective Escape From Emotional Eating process and programs because Overeaters Anonymous didn't resonate with her and the 932 hours she spent in therapy never helped her end her fight with food. Jessica knew there needed to be a different kind of support...one that got to the roots of emotional eating.

Now being 100% free from her compulsions with food, Jessica helps other high-achieving women do the same through all her levels of support such as her year-long transformational programs, her retreats called the ESCAPE and through her various public talks, events and workshops.

Jessica and her work have received awards from the Institute of Psychology of Eating three years in a row. She has appeared in various media outlets such as ABC, CBS, and MindBodyGreen.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


The High Energy Girl Podcast: Episode #142: Escape From Emotional Eating

Jessica Procini is on a mission to help high-achieving women who are change-makers heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe and attempt to escape their busy, stressful life.

From over a decade of research into the Psychology of Eating and her own personal emotional eating journey, Jessica consciously created her uniquely effective Escape From Emotional EatingpastedGraphic.png process and programs because Overeaters Anonymous didn’t resonate with her, and the 932 hours she spent in therapy never helped her end her fight with food. Jessica knew there needed to be a different kind of support…one that got to the roots of emotional eating. 

Now being 100% free from her compulsions with food, Jessica helps other high-achieving women do the same through all her levels of support such as her year-long transformational programs, her retreats called the ESCAPE, and through her various public talks, events, and workshops.

Jessica and her work have received awards from the Institute of Psychology of Eating three years in a row. She has appeared in various media outlets such as ABC, CBS, and MindBodyGreen, just to name a few.  For more information about Jessica and her various transformational programs, please visit: www.EscapeFromEmotionalEating.com

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Straight Up Wellness: Episode #126: Jessica Procini on Overcoming Emotional Eating

Jessica Procini is an Emotional Eating Healer and the founder of Escape From Emotional Eating®. She is on a mission to help others use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe, or escape their busy, stressful life.

She consciously created and specifically designed Escape From Emotional Eating from over a decade of research and her own emotional eating journey because Overeaters Anonymous didn’t resonate and therapy wasn’t enough when it came to getting help to fully end her fight with food.

Now being 100% free from her compulsions with food, she helps others do the same through all her levels of support, such as her retreats, called The ESCAPE, her year-long transformational programs, and through her various public talks, events, and workshops.

Jessica has been awarded the “Top Health Coach Award” by the Institute of Psychology of Eating three years in a row and has been featured on various media outlets such as CBS, Philadelphia Magazine, and MindBodyGreen just to name a few.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Salad With A Side Of Fries: Episode #58: Because It's Not Always About the Food (feat. Jessica Procini)

We've all had those moments...when making the nutritious choice feels like climbing Mount Everest. Why is that? Other times, we're eating in celebration, in consolation and frankly, it can feel like food often fits any emotion! Enter Jessica Procini, an emotional eating expert. Jessica and Jenn walk us through this complicated world of emotional eating, from identifying the emotional eater, understanding the root of the behavior, and the underlying emotional need. The result of this work? A powerful new outlook, transformed habits, and potentially achievement you never would've imagined.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Break Free + Heal Podcast: How to Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Break Free and Heal Podcast: Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Hello everybody and welcome back to another episode on the Break Free + Heal Podcast! I am your host, Hanna Schultz. I am a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Founder of True Wellness Collective. Today I am bringing on the expert on emotional eating, Jessica Procini! Jessica Procini is on a mission to help high-achieving women heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe and attempt to escape their busy, stressful life. From over a decade of research and her own personal emotional eating journey, Jessica consciously created her uniquely effective Escape From Emotional Eating®️ process and programs because Overeaters Anonymous didn't resonate with her and the 932 hours she spent in therapy never helped her end her fight with food. Jessica knew there needed to be a different kind of support...one that got to the roots of her emotional eating. Now being 100% free from her compulsions with food, Jessica helps other high-achieving women do the same through all her levels of support such as her year-long transformational programs, her retreats called the ESCAPE and through her various public talks, events and workshops. Jessica and her work have received awards from the Institute of Psychology of Eating three years in a row. She has appeared in various media outlets such as ABC, CBS, and MindBodyGreen, just to name a few.

In today's episode we get into: How she personally overcame emotional eating What emotional eating is How intuitive eating is different than her approach What the 4 root causes are to emotional eating The difference between a craving and a compulsion How intuitive eating is different than healing emotional eating Why food is not the real problem Tangible tips on how to break free from the cycle + so much more!

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Rise Up For You: Episode #310: Escape from Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Jessica Procini is on a mission to help high-achieving women heal the roots of their emotional eating so they can use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe and attempt to escape their busy, stressful life.

From over a decade of research and her own personal emotional eating journey, Jessica consciously created her uniquely effective Escape From Emotional Eating® process and programs because Overeaters Anonymous didn't resonate with her and the 932 hours she spent in therapy never helped her end her fight with food. Jessica knew there needed to be a different kind of support...one that got to the roots of her emotional eating.

Now being 100% free from her compulsions with food, Jessica helps other high-achieving women do the same through all her levels of support such as her year-long transformational programs, her retreats called the ESCAPE, and her various public talks, events, and workshops.

Jessica and her work have received awards from the Institute of Psychology of Eating, three years in a row. She has appeared in various media outlets such as ABC, CBS, and MindBodyGreen.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


The Stress Less Show: How to Stop Emotionally Eating with Jessica Procini

The Stress Less Show with Jessica ProciniWe all have our comfort foods from time to time, but have you found yourself constantly overwhelmed by feelings and turning to the cookie dough just as a way to cope? It is okay, because you are not alone. Many of us out there struggle with emotional eating and it can seriously impact our stress and the way we feel inside and out. In this week’s episode, founder of Escape From Emotional Eating, Jessica Procini returns to the show to talk about all things emotional eating so that we can let go of the emotions driving us to the kitchen and start using food to truly nourish our bodies.

Listen to the full episode HERE!

 


Eating Enlightenment Podcast: Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

This podcast features Jessica Procini from Escape From Emotional Eating!

Here is what you'll learn by listening:

- Why the 932 hours Jessica spent in therapy never helped her end her fight with food
- How to literally flush your emotions down the toilet
- Jessica's transformational eating journey and how she created Escape From Emotional Eating

Jessica and her work have received awards from the Institute of Psychology of Eating three years in a row. She has appeared in various media outlets such as ABC, CBS, and MindBodyGreen, just to name a few.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Find Your Awesome Podcast: Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

From over a decade of research and her own personal emotional eating journey, Jessica consciously created her uniquely effective Escape From Emotional Eating® process and programs because Overeaters Anonymous didn't resonate with her and the 932 hours she spent in therapy never helped her end her fight with food. Jessica helps other high-achieving women do the same through all her levels of support such as her year-long transformational programs, her retreats called the ESCAPE, and through her various public talks, events, and workshops.

Experiencing emotions is part of the human experience, but it’s not something we learn how to do in school. That leaves many of us turning to eating as a way to try to process our emotions. And in this time of heightened everything, many people are not only noticing their emotional eating tendencies, they’re looking for help in healing these patterns. I hope this episode helps.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Control Freak Podcast: Episode 041: Escape from Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

On today’s episode, we are talking all about Emotional Eating. I got to chat with Jessica Procini, an Emotional Eating Healer and the founder of Escape From Emotional Eating, who is on a mission to help others use food as fuel rather than a way to cope...

Listen to the full episode HERE!

 

 


Fearless Freedom with Dr. G Podcast: Food As Fuel Not Fear with Jessica Procini

Food as fuel. Jessica Procini is an Emotional Eating Healer and the founder of Escape From Emotional Eating®. She is on a mission to help others use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe, or escape their busy, stressful life. She consciously created and specifically designed Escape From Emotional Eating from over a decade of research and her own emotional eating journey because of Overeaters Anonymous didn’t resonate and therapy wasn’t enough when it came to getting help to fully end her fight with food.

Jessica openly shares her story and the fear surrounding her experience with food. She also shares about her fear of healing her own emotional eating. Her relationship with food taught some incredible lessons in facing the fear that transcend into all aspects of her life.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Life On Earth Podcast: Episode 76: Is Food A Crutch? with Jessica Procini

Have you ever wondered if you are an emotional eater? Many of us run to food as a crutch. In this episode we will explore the many levels on which emotional eating can show up in your life.

Jessica Procini is a nutritionist and a life coach. She joins Nathalie today to talk about the struggles of emotional eating, identifying its roots, and immune-boosting tips to follow during COVID-19.

Jessica had always struggled in her relationship with food without knowing the reason why. For 20 years she emotionally ate, even while going through nutritionist school, until she identified herself as an emotional eater. Jessica discusses how, after 10 years of research, she has overcome her issues with food and formed a proven method for others to deal with emotional eating.

Many people, like Jessica, have issues surrounding food and often don’t know why. We’ve all tried diet and exercise plans that don’t stick or just plain don’t work. Jessica discusses the 4 roots of emotional eating, and how identifying what and why we are eating can help build a foundation of understanding, and can lead you to see how your relationship with food echoes other relationships in your life.

With stress at an all time high for many people right now, there is no better time for introspection and discovery. Taking those first steps into change is always difficult, but now is the time to let go of your food guilt and plan for a healthier tomorrow.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Ever Forward Radio: Episode 293: Emotional Eating - How to Break Poor Nutrition Habits and Find Emotional Healing with Jessica Procini

To function every day, we need the nourishment and energy that come from food. However, some people tend to use food as an escape and a coping mechanism.

Overconsumption can lead to various diseases such as heart failure and diabetes. But how can we manage this when we eat food to deal with stress every day? How can we be sure that we don't consume tremendous amounts of food to compensate for our pain, anxiety, and personal struggles?

In this episode, Jessica Procini shares with us how we can heal from our love-hate relationship with food. She discusses her journey toward self-improvement, preserving the sacredness of food, and fostering a supportive community.

This episode is for everyone who wants to learn more about emotional eating and heal from destructive eating behavior. Listen to the full episode HERE!


Enlightened Conversations Podcast: Episode 106: Emotional Eating Healer Jessica Procini

"Two minds create a third more powerful mind." Enlightened Conversations is bringing spiritually aware humans together to have powerful conversations, with the intention of uplifting humanity!

In this episode, Noel Strane speaks with Jessica Procini about healing her emotional eating and how she helps her clients do the same.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Mind Love Podcast: Episode 121: Escape from Emotional Eating

Most people think of their overeating habits as just a lack of self control, but that is rarely the case. Our emotions are major drivers in our eating habits.

Jessica Procini an Emotional Eating Healer and the founder of Escape From Emotional Eating®. She is on a mission to help others use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe or escape their busy, stressful life.

She consciously created and specifically designed Escape From Emotional Eating from her own emotional eating journey because Overeaters Anonymous didn’t resonate and therapy wasn’t enough when it came to getting help to fully end her fight with food.

Now being 100% free from her compulsions with food, she helps others do the same.

We will learn:

  • How to tell if you’re actually hungry or eating for emotional reasons
  • The four roots of emotional eating
  • How to start healing your relationship with food

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Built Brave Podcast: Episode 35: Escape from Emotional Eating with Founder Jessica Procini

On this episode, Lo Wentworth chats with Jessica Procini, the founder of Escape from Emotional Eating. Jessica discusses what emotional eating is, and it is not what you typically think it is either. She created Escape from Emotional Eating through her experience of emotional eating and what she did to heal. She believes food is to be used as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe, or escape your busy and stressful life.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


On the Brighter Side Podcast: Episode 105: Escape From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

In this episode, we’re learning from Jessica Procini, creator of Escape from Emotional Eating. She talks about her own journey through emotional eating, defines emotional eating and gives us some great tools to combat the tendency to overeat or eat emotionally. If you ever use food to cope, soothe or escape, you should listen to this episode.

Jessica offers an online program as well as retreats to support emotional eaters that can be found at: https://escapefromemotionaleating.com/. If you suspect that you might be an emotional eater, you can take the quiz on her website to find out the next steps you can take. You can also find her on Instagram @jessprocini.

If you would like to hear more from Jessica, check out our interview on the EPIC Health Summit by registering for FREE at: www.onthebrightersideofhealth.com.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Tribe of Leaders Podcast: Episode 46: How Healing From Emotional Eating Will Help You Grow Your Business

Jessica Procini is the founder and creator of Escape From Emotional Eating who is on a mission to help people use food as fuel instead of a way to cope, soothe, or escape their busy stressful life. She stresses the importance of focusing on physical satiation before the “food is fun” part. Jessica has helped hundreds of men and women heal their emotional eating.

 

 

Episode highlights:

  • Why it is important to focus on the physical satiation, satiety, and the control of food intake
  • How Jessica healed herself from emotional eating
  • The three things that she discovered when she started becoming health-conscious
  • How one can become a leader in our own lives
  • The main reason she created “Escape from Emotional Eating” as a proven healing process

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Spark Intention Podcast: Episode 119: JESSICA PROCINI FROM ESCAPE FROM EMOTIONAL EATING SHARES HER JOURNEY BACK TO STRENGTH AND BALANCE

Emotional Eating Healer and creator of Escape From Emotional Eating, Jessica Procini opens up about her journey with emotional eating and how she works with stressed out women to help them take back their lives through healing their emotional eating.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


A Whole New You Podcast: Episode 55: Breaking Free From Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Jessica Procini is an Emotional Eating Healer and the founder of Escape From Emotional Eating®.

She is on a mission to help others use food as fuel rather than as a way to cope, soothe, or escape their busy, stressful lives. She consciously created and specifically designed Escape From Emotional Eating from her own emotional eating journey because Overeaters Anonymous didn’t resonate, and therapy wasn’t enough when it came to getting help to fully end her fight with food.

Now being 100% free from her compulsions with food, she helps others do the same through all her levels of support, such as her retreats, called The ESCAPE, her year-long transformational programs and through her various public, talks, events and workshops.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Legal Love: Episode 99: Jessica Procini on 3 Tips to Escape From Emotional Eating

Most wellness and health coaches are aware of what foods are considered healthy and which foods don't make the cut. However, when it comes to eating healthy, not everyone understands the important differences between physical hunger and emotional hunger.

Jessica Procini shares 3 tips to help you really dive deep into the "why" of your hunger and learn the importance of eating with integrity so you can escape from emotional eating.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Shamelessly Feminine Podcast: Episode 59: Escaping Emotional Eating

Emotional eating healer, Jessica Procini, joins me this week, and she is on a mission to help busy, successful, driven women use food as fuel instead of a way to cope, soothe, or escape from their busy stressful lives.

You're going to learn how to observe whether you are engaging in emotional eating and how Jessica can help you get freedom, peace, and integrity when it comes to treating your body right.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Balance Boldly for Ambitious Women in Business Podcast: Health is Wealth (and) Balance Featuring Jessica Procini

Emotional Eating Healer and Founder of Escape From Emotional Eating®, Jessica Procini shares her personal struggle with food and finding her fierce! Once Jessica dug deep into her own healing work and understood that health is wealth wasn’t just a rhythmic hashtag, she created her balance by sharing over 10 years of that work with others facing a similar struggle.

On this episode of the Balance Boldly Podcast for Ambitious Women in Business (and a few brave men), Jessica Procini sits down with host, Naketa R. Thigpen to discuss why so many of us use food to fill our personal voids and how we can overcome it.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Dream Cast Podcast: Episode 154: Escaping from Emotional Eating with Jessica Procini

Of the people who I know well, I can't think of anyone who is NOT an emotional eater when under stress.

It's something that we as humans use as a coping mechanism. Food brings us comfort, joy, and sometimes escape from the stressful thoughts bouncing around in our heads.

But when that stress is the type that lingers and the emotional eating along with it, this can lead to bigger health problems.

My guest on the Dream Cast today is an expert in this area. Jessica Procini is an emotional eating healer who helps others to use food as fuel rather than a way to soothe or escape their busy, stressful life.

Listen to this episode to learn:

  • What causes emotional eating
  • How to break the habit of emotional eating
  • Tips to start using food as fuel instead!

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Oh How Healthy Podcast: Episode 47: How To Overcome Emotional Eating

In this episode Jamie Zwier & Jessica Procini talk about what exactly emotional eating is, how to know if you're an emotional eater, what you can do to heal your relationship with food, the difference between eating disorders and emotional eating, the first step that a busy woman can do to start overcoming her emotional eating, and how to speak to kids about emotional eating.

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Her Best F***ing Life Podcast: Episode 99

We're diving into all things emotional eating today with Jessica Procini! It's not always junk food, sadness, or what you expect an emotional eater to look like!

Listen to the full episode HERE!


Women Seeking Wholeness Podcast: Episode 36: ESCAPING EMOTIONAL EATING

You wouldn’t look at Jessica Procini and think she’d ever had a problem with unconscious self-feeding.  Yet, she has walked through an intense journey of self-love starvation, using food to fill the void. Overeaters Anonymous didn’t resonate and therapy wasn’t enough when it came to getting help to fully end her fight with food.

She eventually used her personal power and innate wisdom to become an Emotional Eating Healer and the founder of Escape From Emotional Eating®.

Based in Philadelphia, she is on a mission to help busy, successful women use food as fuel rather than a way to cope, soothe or escape their busy, stressful lives. Being 100% free from her compulsions with food, she now helps others do the same.

In this episode:

  • How do we get out of the freaking RAT RACE of overthinking EATING?  (There are a million different eating plans out there…how do you intuit which foods and ways of eating are best for YOU?)
  • How do we use food as a way to “run away from ourselves”?
  • Why is a “NOURISHMENT FIRST” mentality the doorway to transformation and freedom?
  • What are the best ways to untangle physical vs. emotional hunger?
  • What are the actual roots of emotional eating, for most of us?

Listen to the full episode HERE!


The Stress Less Show

 

Jessica Procini is a featured guest this week on The Stress Less Company’s series, The Stress Less Show with Carlee Myers!

Tune in to The Stress Less Company Facebook or their IGTV to listen to Carlee and Jessica discuss emotional eating and how to use food as fuel instead of something to take the edge off!

Listen to the full episode here!


How to Turn Passion into a Business | Herdacity Leadership Spotlight

If you can’t find the help you need, sometimes you need to make that help for yourself.

Jessica Procini, founder of Escape From Emotional Eating, has spent the past 8 years building her business and helping women around the world break their emotional eating habit. Before founding her company, Jessica had spent over a decade trying to work through her own emotional eating. Nothing was working the way she thought it should, and Escape From Emotional Eating came to be.

In her Herdacity Leadership Spotlight, Jessica shares the ups and downs of her emotional eating recovery journey and how that fueled her passion to becoming an entrepreneur. Read more here!


Wake Up with Wio IGTV Morning Show

On the IGTV morning show, Wake Up with Wio, Emotional Eating Healer Jessica Procini joins us!

Experience Jess’ expertise in battling stress eating, what emotional eating actually is and how to recognize it and begin to understand how to use food for fuel! Watch the whole episode HERE!

Also, check out the aftershow where we dive into a short self-assessment quiz to determine if you are an emotional eater or not and what next steps you can take to heal your relationship with food! Watch the aftershow HERE!


On Falling Out of Love: What My First Philly SoulCycle Class Taught Me About Myself

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On Falling Out of Love: What My First Philly SoulCycle Class Taught Me About Myself

"Emotional eating coach Jessica Procini, a former SoulCycle addict, on her “It’s not you, it’s me” moment with the new-to-Philly workout."

Read more here

Jessica Procini / June 2016
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Philly Nutrition Pro - Top Picks At Snap Kitchen

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Philly Nutrition Pro - Top Picks At Snap Kitchen

"..to help you come to your decision a bit faster than we have in the past, I reached out to our pal Jessica Procini, Philly-based health coach of Laugh Yourself Skinny (and the same gal who helped us find healthy road-trip snacks at Wawa).."

Read more here

Jessica Procini / March 2016
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What 5 Philly Healthy-Eating Pros Eat Before a Night of Drinking

Jessica Procini, emotional eating coach and founder of Laugh Yourself Skinny.

Favorite pre-drinking meal: Avocado Toast

Read more here

Jessica Procini / February 2016
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CBS Channel 3 New Segment

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How To Stay Healthy

Founder of Laugh Yourself Skinny discusses eating the right amount of healthy foods.

http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/video/3288347-how-to-stay-healthy/

Jessica Procini / September 2015
CBS Philadelphia

Awarded Best 100 Health Blogs

best-100-health-coach-blogsJessica Procini is a weight loss coach who wants her clients to feel fabulous, be happy, and not count calories. Besides her personal coaching practice, Jessica also maintains a blog that is full of educational and entertaining weekly videos!



http://psychologyofeating.com/100-best-health-coach-blogs-2015/

CBS Channel 3 New Segment

CBS-aug11As summer winds down, many of us are trying to squeeze in our last few weekends at the shore.
The beach, of course, means bathing suits.
If you’re looking to slim down fast, there are some common dieting mistakes you want to avoid.
Coach Jessica Procini, founder of Laugh Yourself Skinny, explains what to do instead to feel fabulous in our bikinis.

http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2015/08/11/laugh-yourself-skinny-now/

Jessica Procini / August 2015
CBS Philadelphia

The Guilt-Free Guide to Satisfying Midnight Snack Cravings

Be Well Philly"We’ve all been there: It’s 1:30 a.m., you’re hanging out with your friends (or your three dogs) binge watching Orange is the New Black when you get the late night munchies. So you break out a bag of chips and some cookie dough ice cream and, before the next episode starts, you’ve eaten an entire bag of salt and vinegar chips and a whole pint of Ben and Jerry’s. You look down at the damage you’ve done and think Yiiiikes. I’m definitely going to regret this. Never again.

But guys, it doesn’t have to be this way! You can still satisfy your midnight cravings and not feel like you have to kill yourself at the gym the next day. I spoke with Philly-based holistic health and weight-loss coach Jessica Procini, of Laugh Yourself Skinny, and she clued us in to how to satisfy midnight munchies without feeling a hint of guilt about it."

Jessica Procini/June 2015
Be Well Philly

Interview for CBS Philly: How to Laugh Yourself Skinny

CBS-3-Interview"Have you already hit a wall when it comes to your new year's resolutions to get fit or lose weight?  Then it may be time to call in a health coach. I sat down with one who promises to help you Laugh Yourself Skinny"

 

 

 

Jessica Procini/January 2015
CBS Philly

Be Well Philly Boot Camp Sneak Peek: Jessica Procini of Laugh Yourself Skinny

jessica-procini-blog"Up today is Jessica Procini, the hilarious Philly-based health coach behind Laugh Yourself Skinny. This former stand-up comedian teaches her clients how to get healthy and have a great time doing it—because it really is possible!

Here, Jessica answers 10 questions about herself, her health philosophy and what you can expect from her talk at Boot Camp."

 

Jessica Procini/May 2014
Be Well Philly

6 Secret Gems in Trader Joe’s Frozen Food Aisle

trader-joes-lead photo by Claudia GavinGuess what? This got old very quickly. I prefer eating food rather than making it. And unless you’re a Powerball winner and rolling dough, you can understand why eating out at the healthiest farm-to-table restaurants every night of the week isn’t an option, either.

So I was determined to find a solution that would save me from slaving away over the stove for hours but that didn't force me to give up eating the foods that were good for me. And that's when I discovered this secret: the frozen food aisle at Trader Joe's."

Jessica Procini/May 2014
Be Well Philly

What Your Poop Says About Your Health

toilet_text1"Did you know you can learn a lot about yourself when you go to the bathroom? It’s true—what comes out of your body can shed some serious light about what’s going on inside of it.

So yes, children: Today we’re going to talk about poop.

Normally, talking about poop would be a very awkward conversation. But since Philly health coach Jessica Procini, who once dabbled in stand-up comedy, makes learning about poop and what it means for your health so darn funny, it almost (aaaaalllllmost) cuts the awkwardness completely."

Jessica Procini/August 2013
Be Well Philly

How to Jumpstart Your New Year Detox

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"As a health and weight loss coach, Jessica Procini's mission is to help individuals like you connect the dots between what to eat and how to lose weight.

Instead of going on a cleanse, I have what a call a "detox done right" where I plan an affordable luxurious week of self-care, pampering and nourishment that doesn't have me turning in to a hermit or a staving psycho. Here's a sample of 5 things I include in my 5 day detox..."

By Jessica Procini /Spring 2014
Belong Magazine

Is Multitasking Making You Fat?

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"As a health and weight loss coach, Jessica Procini's mission is to help individuals like you connect the dots between what to eat and how to lose weight.

There is a line that this fancy skill, multitasking, should never cross. Here's why multitasking is making you fat and what to do instead to help you stay slim and efficient..."

By Jessica Procini / Summer 2013
Belong Magazine

Awarded 'Top 50 Health Coach Website' by The Institute of Psychology of Eating

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"These health coach blogs align with our philosophy and we support them so much that we have created a badge for them to put on their site showing that we endorse them as one of the top health coach blogs on the Internet."

 

 

Psychology Of Eating
PsychologyOfEating.com

Is Wheat or Dairy The Real Reason You Can't Lose Weight?

jessicaprocini.com - Is Wheat or Dairy The Real Reason You Can't Lose Weight?

"As a health and weightloss coach, Jessica Procini's mission is to help individuals like you connect the dots between what to eat and how to lose weight.

There is more to the weightloss puzzle than how many calories you eat and how much you exercise. You can count calories till your blue in the face but it your body isn't efficiently digesting the foods you are eating, the number on the scale will not lower..."

By Jessica Procini / Fall/Winter 2012
Belong Magazine

Awarded 'Best Health Coach Blog' by The Institute of Psychology of Eating

psychologyofeating-top100blogs"These health coach blogs align with our philosophy and we support them so much that we have created a badge for them to put on their site showing that we endorse them as one of the top health coach blogs on the Internet.

JessicaProcini.com: A few years ago Jessica changed her career from fashion marketer to weight loss coach. And she hasn’t looked back. She finally found the control in her life that she was seeking, and now she shares her secret to success with anyone who wants to know.
Psychology Of Eating
PsychologyOfEating.com

3 Reasons Why You Gain Weight During the Holidays... And What to Do Instead

JessicaProcini.com -   3 Reasons Why You Gain Weight During the Holidays... And What to Do Instead We’re about to enter one of the biggest eating seasons of the year: the holidays! If you aren’t careful, you can easily gain 10 pounds by the end of the year!

I know I wouldn’t want to start 2013 buying pants in a bigger size, so here are some ideas to help you ring in the new year feeling great...

 


3 Tips for Exercise That You Love, Not Loathe

JessicaProcini.com - 3 Tips for Exercise That You Love, Not Loathe“My schedule is just too busy to get to the gym!” Or, “I absolutely hate exercising! I’ll do it a few times, quit and then promise to get back to it at a much later date.”

Sound familiar?

Exercise is a great way to get the blood pumping, calories burning, endorphins surging and blow off some steam. Guaranteed, you already know all the benefits of getting in a workout, so I won’t waste your time. The real problem is being able to fit it into your busy lifestyle, and also enjoy it.

By Jessica Procini November 19, 2012
MindBodyGreen.com

What Makes You Glow

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Appeared on the Universal Energy Radio Show - What Makes You Glow -  Listen Here -  August 2013


Universal Energy Radio Show

The Best and Worst Fruit for Weight Loss

best-worst-fruits-for-weight-loss"Fruit may be Mother Earth’s all-natural dessert, but if weight loss is your ultimate goal, it might be a good idea to cut back juuuust a little. As Philly health coach Jessica Procini explains—yes, that Jessica Procini, from the amazing poop videos—not all fruit is created equal, and some are better than others at helping you reach your weight-loss goals. I’ll let her explain why, but know this: Jessica Poo-cini makes another appearance. That should be motivation enough for you to tune in."

By Jessica Procini / August 13, 2013
phillymag.com

We Need Some SOUL in Philly: An Open Letter to SoulCycle

JessicaProcini.com -  We Need Some SOUL in Philly: An Open Letter to SoulCycleDearest SoulCycle,

I sweat (with) you. I’m very blessed to have taken many of your classes when I travel to New York and LA. The hum of the bike, the bump of the music, the way we find the beat together … But this long distance relationship has gone on long enough.

I’ve been watching you expand and have put in many requests myself for you to come to Philly. Since it seems like you might be hesitant to make the commitment to come here, I’m giving you five more reasons you need to plant your SOUL in our city...

By Jessica Procini / August 9, 2013
phillymag.com

Why Multi-Tasking is Making Your Fat

JessicaProcini.com - Why Multi-Tasking is Making Your Fat"Do you eat dinner in front of TV? Do you flip through your phone while eating your lunch? Do you nibble and work, nibble and work?

Just a few years ago I was guilty of these habits. In fact, I used to eat breakfast and lunch while I was trying to meet deadlines at work. When I got home I'd have dinner sitting on the couch in front of TV while catching the latest episode of The Bachelor. Sometimes I used to get so engrossed in whatever I was doing that I could finish my food without even realizing it...:

By Jessica Procini / Spring/Summer 2013
Belong Magazine

Healthy baking: Tropical pineapple coconut oat muffins

jessicaprocini.com - Healthy baking: Tropical pineapple coconut oat muffins"Embrace summer with a muffin that’ll remind you of the tropics. This recipe combines pineapple, banana and coconut for delicious breakfast treat or snack. Best of all, these muffins are full of healthy ingredients, so you can enjoy your baked goods while also feeling good about what you’re eating...

Eat your baked goods without the guilt. Make a batch of these muffins at the beginning of the week, and you’ll have a healthy on-the-go breakfast or snack for the entire week. Simply store in an air-tight container in the refrigerator until ready to serve. Eat at room temperature or heat in the toaster. Easy, delicious and good for you, too.

Ingredients:

  •     2-1/2 cup old-fashioned oats
  •     ¾ cup crushed pineapple in juice
  •     1 extra ripe banana, cut in quarters for easier mixing
  •     2 eggs
  •     3/4 cup Greek non-fat plain yogurt
  •     2 teaspoons raw honey
  •     1 teaspoon almond extract
  •     1/2 cup unsweetened shredded coconut , plus 1/4 – 1/3 cup to top muffins
  •     1-1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  •     1/2 teaspoon baking soda

Directions:

  •     Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  •     Lightly grease a 12-cup muffin tin with spray or butter.
  •     Using a food processor, grind oats until fine. They should have the consistency of flour.
  •     Add all ingredients except the topping coconut to the food processor with the oats.
  •     Pulse to combine until the mixture is smooth and consistent.
  •     Distribute batter evenly in the muffin tin.
  •     Top with remaining coconut.
  •     Bake 15-20 minutes, or until the tops gently bounce back when touched and a toothpick comes out of center of a muffin clean.
  •     Allow to cool for 10-15 minutes. Then run a knife around the edges of each muffin to remove from tray.

Nutrition information: 122 calories, 6 grams of fat, 4 grams of protein, 5 grams of iron, 2 grams of fiber.

By Jessica Procini / June 11, 2013
Examiner.com

7 Ways to Eat Out and Still Lose Weight

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Ever get to a restaurant, survey the menu and shudder with panic thinking, there’s nothing on here that isn’t going straight to my hips!

Everything on the menu looks like a big pile of fried, gooey goodness that will be three days worth of calories all in one meal.

Fear not! Now, you can eat out and lose weight, too. Just follow these 7 simple secrets...

By Jessica Procini / October 12, 2012
MindBodyGreen.com

On the Edge of Exceptional - Finding Your Voice

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Jessica appeared on the The Dr. Laura Ciel Radio Show - On the Edge of Exceptional - Finding Your Voice, Listen Here -  8/23/12

 


The Dr. Laura Ciel Radio Show

To Do: Five Secrets to Laugh Yourself Skinny

jessicaprocini.com - To Do: Five Secrets to Laugh Yourself Skinny"Tired of waiting around to see the efforts of your dieting regimen finally pay off? Weight-loss coach Jessica Procini is having a free teletraining that will focus on how to break away from the dieting cycle, stop stressing over weight loss and “laugh” yourself skinny. Procini will share her formula for finding the foods that are right for your body as well as adding things to your diet that will boost your energy. All you’ll have to do is sign up and tune in to the live phone call—can’t lose, right?" ...

By Jessica Procini / April 12, 2012
phillymag.com

Coconut Date Macaroons satisfy sweet cravings without sacrificing your waistline

JessicaProcini.com - Coconut Date Macaroons satisfy sweet cravings without sacrificing your waistline“These macaroons are proof that healthy eating doesn’t have to be bland, boring or depriving!” This is how Jessica Procini, a Weight Loss Coach from Philadelphia, PA, described these tasty treats made with just three ingredients: dates, banana and unsweetened coconut.

Each season presents its own challenges to those trying to lose weight or just eat healthily. Right now, you might find yourself constantly tempted by Easter candy in stores or the ice cream stands that seem to pop up on every corner. It might seem futile to resist, but don’t despair. Believe it or not, there are healthy ways to treat yourself. This simple recipe for coconut macaroons is one of Jessica’s favorites...

Coconut Date Macaroons:

Ingredients:

  •     8 dates (soak for 30 minutes before beginning)
  •     1 medium banana, cut into quarters
  •     1 cup unsweetened coconut

Directions:

  •     Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
  •     Dry outside of dates and remove pits, cutting dates into quarters.
  •     Place dates and banana in a blender or food processor.
  •     Blend until a smooth paste-like consistency.
  •     Remove from blender and mix with coconut in a medium sized bowl.
  •     Using a small cookie scoop or spoon, scoop about 1 tablespoon of dough at a time and roll into small balls.
  •     Place dough balls on parchment lined cookie sheet.
  •     Bake for 10-15 minutes, until golden brown on the bottom.
  •     Makes approximately 18 macaroons.
By Jessica Procini / April 3, 2012
Examiner.com

Shopping Smarts: Tour de Whole Foods

jessicaprocini.com - Shopping Smarts: Tour de Whole FoodsEver walk into the supermarket, list in hand, only to walk out missing a few items, carrying extras you didn’t plan on buying, and spending more cash than you should have? Grocery stores’ endless options can be overwhelming, often resulting in impulse buys that wreck both budget and diet.

That’s why nutrition and lifestyle counselor Jessica Procini is hosting Tour de Whole Foods at the chain’s South Street location on December 15th.

By Jessica Procini / November 14, 2011
phillymag.com

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