Do you eat foods you don’t like very much because they’re low in calories or carbs, then feel unsatisfied afterwards and still crave something tastier?
There’s a scientific reason behind that!
I have something exciting and NEW to share with you about mindset and eating.
Surprising evidence supports the role of mindset in weight management in a totally unexpected way.
How you think about what you’re eating affects your weight! What that means is what you think about your food affects how your body responds to it physiologically.
I mean how full or satisfied what you eat makes you feel.
It’s totally consistent with the Weight Loss for Foodies approach to eat what you love when you’re hungry as a way to lose weight and experience a peaceful relationship with food and eating.
It’s backed by the research of Alia Crum, a psychologist and researcher in the field of mindset at Stanford University.
Dr. Crum discovered that what people believed about what they were eating affected both their satisfaction with the food AND the levels of the hunger hormone their body made, which affected their appetite.
Listen below or wherever you get your podcasts to learn why this is so important and how you can make it work for you so you get to your comfortable weight.
If you’re ready to learn to eat in a sustainable way that is in tune with your body’s hunger and fullness signals, to end emotional and drop down to your healthy weight, sign up for my online Weight Loss for Foodies program.
In it, you’ll go beyond what I talk about in the podcast, and can download worksheets to practice what you’re learning and guided audio practices. The cost is less than half of the price of the coaching program.
Learn more and sign up HERE.
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I've learned that you can eat most anything in moderation. Also exercise is important. It's working for me.
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