Have you ever felt more "bingey" than right after being on a weight loss program? That's because food rules leave you more physcially, emotionally and psychologically attracted to food. But don't give up! Or think you have to accept being…
Have you ever felt more “bingey” than right after being on a weight loss program? That’s because food rules leave you more physcially, emotionally and psychologically attracted to food.
But don’t give up! Or think you have to accept being heavier than you want to be…
Here is your answer:
STOP copying diet behavior to lose weight and instead copy the behavior of those who effortlessly maintain their happy weight, you know, like your cousin who eats whatever he wants and is thin?
Don’t have a cousin like that?
That’s is okay, because I am going to be that person for you.
I am going to show you what it looks like, sounds like and feels like to eat as Mother Nature intended- not in response to an app, but in response to your instincts.
Don’t think you have instincts?
Do you know when you need to go to the bathroom? Do you know when you are going to sneeze? Do you know when someone is lying to you? Well then, yes you do.
Your instincts regarding food and eating may have been silenced by diet culture, but YOU CAN GET THEM BACK.
It is a two step process:
1. Melt that diet mentality out of your brain- this first step is CRUCIAL!
2. Replace diet mentality thoughts with Healthy Thin Mentality thoughts to know what, when and how much to eat.
This is a version of intuitive eating that honors your desire to be at your happy weight with:
1. ZERO food rules. Yes, Zero.
2. NO counting anything. Ultimate grown-up freedom!
3. A focus on the joy of permanent weight loss.
If you want to eat intuitively but ALSO want to lose weight, this is the place for you.
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