Are you wondering why following all of those diet rules about what to eat, what not to eat, and how much to eat haven’t helped you lose weight and keep it off?
Wouldn’t you love a simpler, more relaxed solution that actually does work?
Today’s topic will sound familiar if you’re a regular listener, but it is so important that I thought I was overdue for revisiting it.
If you’ve been dieting, or just living in our diet-oriented culture, you’ve probably followed a lot of rules about what and how much to eat. And what not to eat.
The problem is that these rules have nothing to do with you or your body’s needs.
It’s all so stressful, and it’s not even working.
The solution is simple, but not necessarily easy at first, although it does get easy.
And that is to start listening to your body’s hunger signals and eat in tune with them.
That means knowing when you’re truly physically hungry.
The reason most people gain weight is because they eat for all kinds of other reasons.
Many people are not even sure what physical hunger feels like anymore because they confuse it with “head hunger.”
LISTEN BELOW to understand the difference between head hunger and body hunger.
Because getting in the habit of eating only when you’re physically hungry is the cornerstone to your permanent weight loss success.
Being in touch with your body’s hunger and fullness signals is essential if you want to be able to eat what you love and lose weight. And keep it off.
If you eat for emotional reasons, which is a form of head hunger, don’t miss my free video masterclass, Kick the Emotional Eating Habit for Good! Sign up at the link below.
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