Do you focus on what’s wrong with your body, rather than what’s right with it?
Do you focus on what your body can’t do, rather than what it can and does do?
Have you been critical of how your body looks throughout your life, even when you weren’t overweight?
I’m revisiting one of the most popular Weight Loss for Foodies podcast topics, updated and even better than before. It’s such an important issue because so many women are dissatisfied with their bodies. This is something so upsetting and disempowering, but certainly understandable, given how much value is placed on our appearance, and the messages we get from the media.
So many women have trouble feeling at home with the body you have right now, yet the only way you can change it is to accept it, even love it, and take better care of it, and you won’t want to do that if you hate it.
Do you resist feeling at home with the body you have now?
Your body is truly amazing. It receives and processes millions of bits of sensory information every second, processing way more information than your brain can.
What if, instead of hating things about yourself, you chose to accept your body, and love and care for it?
Stay tuned and learn why fighting against your body, hating it, criticizing it and wanting it to be different actually prevents you from losing weight and keeping it off.
One way to learn how to care for your body is to listen to my guided emotional eating meditation when your brain starts telling you to eat and you aren’t hungry. You can download a copy for free at the link below.
LISTEN TO THE WEIGHT LOSS FOR FOODIES PODCAST BELOW:
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