Crappy to Happy
Crappy to Happy
Jan 10, 2021
Overcoming Thinsanity with Glenn Mackintosh
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Cass talks with fellow psychologist Glenn Mackintosh about the trap of diet culture and how you can escape it, while still aiming for optimal health. Glenn specialises in the psychology of weight management, eating, moving and body image and is on a mission to help as many people as possible to heal their relationship with food, movement and their own bodies. 

To get 15% off Glenn’s new book, “Thinsanity” head to his website and use the code CASS at the checkout!

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