Rebel Health Tribe

From Emotional Eating Chaos to Freedom with Aglaée Jacob, MS, RD

Disclaimer: We are not going to be offering “cures” or medical advice. This is for education purposes only.

From Emotional
Eating Chaos to Freedom

with Aglaée Jacob

May 3, 2021 04:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Speakers, For This Webinar: RHT founder, Michael Roesslein and Aglaée Jacob, MS, RD

Michael Roesslein

MSc, FDN, CHEK

Founder, Rebel Health Tribe.

Michael Roesslein is a health educator, film producer, digital marketer, and co-founder of Rebel Health Tribe.

He holds a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science & Health Promotion (MSc), is a certified CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach (HLC), and a certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner (FDN-P).

When not working on 12 work projects simultaneously, Michael enjoys boxing, traveling, cooking, eating, hiking, camping, spending time outdoors, reading, learning, watching films, and trying to make a positive impact on the world.

Aglaée Jacob, MS, RD

Registered Dietitian, Health Coach, Triple Author

Aglaée Jacob, MS, RD is a registered dietitian, health coach, triple author of nutrition books, certified self-love guide, certified Qoya teacher, and energy healer. Aglaée struggled with emotional eating and binge eating disorder for 2 decades of her life, which contributed to digestive issues, blood sugar dysregulation, and hormonal imbalances (PCOS). She used a natural & holistic approach, on which the ALIGNed Soul Nutrition Framework is based, to heal herself at ALL levels { body + mind + heart + soul } .Aglaée is also the mom of a 6-yo boy and she lives with her partner and his 4-yo daughter in a small town called Magog in the province of Québec, Canada (right by the Vermont border). She loves love, the moon, practicing yoga, dancing, eating chocolate, being in nature, taking afternoon naps, and stepping more fully into her Self every single day.

Emotional eating isn’t your fault. Something happens (or doesn’t happen) and all you want to do is eat to soothe, numb, or distract yourself from what you’re feeling. And it does work for a few moments although the temporary relief often comes with bloating, feeling unwell, fatigue, and low confidence. The more this behavior is practiced, the harder it feels to break free from it… if you resist it that is. There is another way and that other way is to go right into the heart of emotional eating to heal your relationship with food and learn how to feel safe and comfortable in your own body.

Join us on May 3, 2021 04:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)