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SOURCE Kay Loughrey
GAITHERSBURG, Md., March 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- One out of every three women will be raped or beaten in her lifetime. For children, the statistics are equally staggering for child sexual abuse. According to the CDC, one in every four girls and one in every six boys are sexually abused before age 18.
There is a direct link between sexual abuse and food addiction and with obesity. Equally troubling, are the lingering emotional effects that can leave survivors feeling isolated, ashamed, and unworthy. Eating can become part of a coping mechanism to deal with these emotions.
"Eating isn't the real problem, it's just a symptom. It's not a matter of knowing what to do," says Kay Loughrey, weight loss coach and registered dietitian nutritionist.
Kay's personal experience with sexual trauma and 30 years as registered dietitian-nutritionist led her to discoveries that have yielded a holistic approach to personal transformation, habit change, and weight loss for persons who have experienced trauma including sexual trauma:
Kay Loughrey, Biography
Kay Loughrey is a speaker, health and weight loss coach, and registered dietitian nutritionist who addresses both inner and outer health issues. She has been featured in major media including the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Men's Fitness Magazine, Newsday, and local television and radio stations.
She spearheaded multiple national initiatives for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Kay is a seasoned professional who has brought her science, public health, and health communication expertise to major nutrition and health programs including the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, and the Food Supplement Program for Women, Infants, and Children. She helps clients conquer food and other triggers using Disruptive Insights, turn trauma into growth and freedom, lose weight, and get their joyful life back.
For more information, go to www.sweetlifewellness.com
Kay Loughrey, MPH, MSM, RDN, LDN
301-869-1787 (option 3)
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