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Lina Salazar

Founder, Live Well. Creator, Food Sanity Program

https://www.livewellway.com/

Lina is a certified Well-Being Coach who helps women find freedom and joy around food by harnessing internal tools to experience a mindset shift in how they think about their bodies and well-being.  Her approach is rooted in insights and tools from eastern and western thought on how to actualize emotional, mental, and physical well-being. Lina's teachings result from the mindset shift that began her recovery from an eating disorder after two decades of failed therapy sessions, Prozac prescriptions, hypnosis, and even meeting a monk.  She believes the key to a sane relationship with food is developing self-awareness, self-responsibility, and freedom of choice. Lina leads mindfulness training sessions in organizations of all sizes. She's also a co-host of The Big Life podcast, which broadcasts live out of Full Service Radio at The Line Hotel in Washington, D.C. Lina is a Board Member at FRESHFARM, a non-profit in D.C. doing pioneering work in food access and nutrition education.

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The Two Differences Between a Normal and an Obsessive Eater

by Lina Salazar
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When You Say No to Chocolate, Is It You? Or Diet Culture?

by Lina Salazar
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On Hunger and Fitbits

by Lina Salazar
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This is What the Coronavirus Has Taught Me About Attention

by Lina Salazar
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A reminder of why we might be eating emotionally these days

by Lina Salazar
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Eight actions you can take right now to stay sane amidst Coronavirus

by Lina Salazar
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The top explanation for emotional eating and how to overcome it

by Lina Salazar
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What I learned from controlling food and full permission

by Lina Salazar
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Three questions to end the victim mentality

by Lina Salazar
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My Top 2020 Intention: Inquiry

by Lina Salazar
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How to set boundaries around diet talk during the holidays?

by Lina Salazar
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Reflections on food, guilt, and the body

by Lina Salazar
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What a Facebook post can say

by Lina Salazar
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You’re not addicted to food

by Lina Salazar
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The power of the scale

by Lina Salazar
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Five things that normal eaters do

by Lina Salazar
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Learning to eat is like riding a bike

by Lina Salazar
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How to Exist Beyond Food and Your Job?

by Lina Salazar
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Top 10-fat burning foods

by Lina Salazar
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I Am Not a Health Coach

by Lina Salazar
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Thank food. It’s saving your life.

by Lina Salazar
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Making peace with food made me redefine who I was

by Lina Salazar
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I got willpower wrong

by Lina Salazar
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The Love Hate Story with My Waist

by Lina Salazar

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