Approximately 91 percent of women report that they are dissatisfied with their bodies.
This body dissatisfaction starts early because half of teenage girls and a quarter of teenage boys report being dissatisfied with THEIR bodies.
Pretty alarming and sad stats, huh?
This is contagious. How we approach food, eating and our weight gets passed onto our kids. That’s why it’s so important for you to have a peaceful, sane relationship with food.
Even if you’re a work in progress on that front, you can still do right by your children.
You can help your kids avoid having the same struggles you’ve had.
There’s lots of research confirming what you shouldn’t do with your kids with respect to food, eating and diets if you are concerned about their weight and health.
Like that you should never put your kid on a diet.
I’m sharing the dos and don’ts in this episode.
Learn what you can do to help your child develop an abundance mindset and a healthy, peaceful, sane relationship with food, eating and their body.
The best thing is for you to resolve your issues with food and eating so that you can model this for your children. Are you ready to really jump in and commit? If so, check out my free Eat What You Love & Lose the Weight workshop! Sign up at weightlossforfoodies.org
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