This is the second anniversary of the Weight Loss for Foodies podcast!
I’ve had a blast doing it, and what really makes it worth it is the most amazing feedback I’ve gotten from you.
Things like, “Thanks for all the great stuff you share on the podcasts. I’m already fitting into clothes I have not fit into for five or six years. I have lost 20 pounds.”
What my listeners and students love the most about incorporating the Weight Loss for Foodies approach into their lives is that they have made peace with food and eating, and no longer feel controlled by food.
They are happier because they are finally able to enjoy the foods they love without obsessing and stressing, or feeling guilty about every bite. They don't have to give up any foods to have a peaceful relationship with food and eating, AND lose weight.
They say things like, “Thanks to Shari Broder, not only am I no longer addicted to food, but also much happier with my body! Losing weight is a bonus!”
Thank you so much for your podcasts, you are finally my answer to years of thinking losing weight was impossible for ME.
If you are willing to do the work, then this will be your last stop on the diet train. Finding freedom from food is an amazing feeling.
Some people come to me totally stressed out from trying other approaches, including so-called non-diet methods. They've lost weight, were miserable throughout the process, and gained it back.
Listen to learn whether losing weight is actually at the expense of your happiness and what you can do to change that.
Thanks so much for listening and for sharing your journey with me.
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I’m on my way to a healthier me, which includes weight loss. Advice from my sister: it’s a lifestyle, not a destination. Don’t feel deprived.
Your sister is wise! Judge your progress by how you’re changing your habits, not from the number on the scale. If you change your habits, the number on the scale will go down. Slowly, maybe, but down. Deprivation leads to binging. Trust your body!