Welcome to the Feel Good Podcast with Kimberly Snyder. Our goal is to help you be your most healthy, confident, beautiful and happy! Our topics focus on health (physical, emotional/mental and spiritual), wellness, holistic nutrition, beauty, meditation, spirituality and personal empowerment.
Feeling Good means we tune in to our bodies and our intuition, including making food and lifestyle choices to feel energized and beautiful, what serves us and what doesn’t, and being in flow along our unique journeys. Feeling good naturally leads to also looking good, in a much more powerful way from glowing skin created from within, a beautifully strong body, radiant energy, and a level of peace and confidence in our perfectly imperfect lives.
Thursday is our community show, where I cover a themed topic and answer four questions that come right from members of our community, just like you! We are here to support you in living your most beautiful, inspired and joyful life.
I’m your host, Kimberly Snyder, founder of Solluna, New York Times best-selling author and nutritionist. I’m so grateful and honored we found each other!
This week’s topic is: How Foods Impact Us Emotionally
Have you been wondering about this very topic? If you want to know the answer to this question and 3 more sent in by Beauties just like you, listen now to find out!
Remember you can submit your questions at https://mysolluna.com/askkimberly/
Chloe – Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Why is it that my emotions switch on a dime? I’m 18 and have been trying to lead a healthier lifestyle but this continues to be a huge issue and I’m tired of hearing that it’s my hormones or PMS. Do you have any suggestions?
Penelope – Bartow, Florida
I’ve been noticing that I get down in the dumps after eating certain foods, like pretzels or even healthier tortilla chips. How can I tell if it’s really the food I’m eating?
Lillian – Danville, Illinois
Do you have any tips on how to avoid extreme emotional highs and lows? It’s making me feel like I’m completely nuts. Please help!
Zoey – Toronto, Canada
I can’t stop thinking about my next meal while I’m eating my current one. It feels so emotionally debilitating. What do you suggest I do to stop this poor habit?
Inspirational Thought Of The Week
Overcoming obstacles and temptations comes once you realize your hidden strengths lie within you.