Do you obsess about what you should and shouldn’t eat?
Are you always looking for the next miracle diet that promises results but doesn’t deliver? Do you feel guilty enjoying the foods you love?
It pains me to hear so many women talk about being afraid to allow themselves to enjoy food, hearing them obsess about it and waste so much of their precious energy worrying about what to eat.
I hear them talk about what they should and shouldn’t eat.
How they were “bad” because they ate some fried food or dessert or pancakes.
Or how they can’t keep chocolate in the house because they’d eat the whole package in one sitting.
I bite my tongue when people say they’re starting a new diet on Monday to justify eating foods they love today because they have chosen a fad diet that won’t allow them to eat even the healthy foods they enjoy because they have carbs.
It pains me to hear this because I know that despite suffering through this diet, it’s highly unlikely they’ll lose much weight, even more unlikely that they’ll reach their goal and MOST unlikely that they’ll keep it off for over a year.
That’s because depriving yourself of the foods you love doesn’t work as a long-term weight loss strategy.
Listen to this week’s episode to learn why, once you’ve taken away the restrictions about what to eat, and change how you’re eating, you can dump the guilt, experience that amazing freedom of getting your life back from the dungeon of diets and deprivation, and lose weight at the same time!If you’re ready to forever change your relationship with food and eating, enjoy your food more and experience the liberation from the world of diets while you’re slowly melting down to your comfortable weight, sign up for the Weight Loss for Foodies online course. Click on the link below.
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The best diet that ever worked for me was to be very careful 6 days a week but allow myself to satisfy cravings that one "free" day.