How many times have you heard this saying?
“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
So many people get stuck and have difficulty reaching their weight goals (and any other goal for that matter) because they get caught in a repetitive pattern of doing the same thing that doesn’t work, or that makes things worse, over and over again.
Maybe you keep stopping at that bakery on your way to work, buying three pastries under the pretense that you’ll share them or save some for tomorrow, then eat them all.
Maybe you binge on chips after dinner while watching TV every night.
The Weight Loss for Foodies method is all about achieving permanent weight loss success by changing your habits and developing a peaceful relationship with food and eating.
Some people can dive right in and do all of the things that I recommend.
But that doesn’t work for everyone.
For many people, what works the best is to take baby steps to break patterns of overeating or emotional eating that you keep repeating to your own detriment.
Tune in below to learn how you can get out of your rut and start making progress by taking baby steps to change your eating habits.
And stay tuned for a very important announcement at the end–and it isn’t a sales pitch!
Here's the sales pitch! 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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