Ready to learn the neuroscience behind how managing your thinking affects your decisions about whether to eat when you aren't hungry? Yes, there is definitely science to support this! And it’s very interesting.
But it’s also very important. If you want to stop emotional eating and lose weight, understanding this amazing organ, and how different parts of it interact can boost your success.
It will help you understand why, despite knowing what you need to do to lose weight, you aren’t doing it.
You’ll understand why one part of your brain gives you faulty information, especially when it comes to hunger and eating.
Learn how repeated dieting messes with your brain and convinces it that you're trying to harm yourself, and makes your body more efficient at gaining weight.If you’re done with struggling with your weight and being on that diet roller coaster, you really can free yourself by ending emotional eating. That’s a big part of the reason you gain weight and can’t keep it off when you lose it. To learn how to eat what you love, make peace with food and eating, and lose the weight, sign up for the Weight Loss for Foodies online course HERE or at the link below.
Managing your thinking is one of the most important skills you’ll ever learn if you’re a highly evolved person. Learn how to switch between different parts of your brain to end emotional eating and start losing weight.
And learn the meaning of my new acronym, SNATCH, and how it can help you stop overeating for good!
It only takes a minute. Click the link above, then "View in iTunes" under my photo. It will launch iTunes. In iTunes, just click "Subscribe" under the name of the podcast, and it will be automatically downloaded every Tuesday morning. You can leave a review by clicking "Ratings and Reviews" and then clicking "Write a review." THANKS SO MUCH!
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As a rule, a “disconnect” is currently seen as a bad thing. In this case though, it’s the pause that makes all the difference. I’ve gotten cocky of late… not written things down in my food log AT THE TIME. But when the scale starts to creep up a pound or two, it’s obvious that I need that tool to keep my lizard in check. Thanks, Shari!