Have you ever really thought about why you want to lose weight?
I mean, seriously thought about it.
Maybe you think it is because you want to look better in clothes, feel sexier, find a great partner, or be healthier. There are many reasons why people THINK want to lose weight. I had those kinds of reasons, too.
I had no idea what would be the best reward of all. The reason why the people I work with are so happy.
It wasn’t getting on the scale and seeing a number that was considerably smaller than the ones I’d seen for decades.
It wasn’t not having to buy queen-sized (how’s that for a euphemism?) or extra-large clothes anymore.
It wasn’t even lowering my cholesterol and reducing my risk of heart attack, stroke or diabetes.
You see, the best thing wasn’t actually losing the weight, although that was pretty great.
You may be wondering “What the heck is she talking about?”
HINT: you don’t get this benefit if you lose weight by going on a diet. (Plus if you lose the weight on a diet, you have a 97% chance of gaining it all back!)
LISTEN BELOW to learn what my clients and I agree is the best thing about losing weight using the Weight Loss for Foodies method.
Are you ready to make peace with food, eating and your body, and lose the weight for good?
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So spot on re: JOY food. I’ve thought for some time now that the importance of stopping to “say grace” is to call attention to the food; sort of a “This is important! Pay attention!” Of course your TEDIOUS/POWERFUL worksheet is the real smackyouupsidethehead version of saying grace. One really important thing I’ve learned in 3 years of mindful eating IS that some of the stuff I thought I wanted desperately really tasted horrid! What an amazingly freeing thing to be able to stop and just toss out what’s not tasting good. Cookies with “universal baking spice” that taste too much like cardboard? Don’t need ’em! Those oh-so-pretty cakes they serve at most receptions… you know the ones, with the Crisco icing and too much fool color… I no longer feel compelled to even put a piece on my plate. Thanks to Shari, I’m a changed woman. And a way healthier one!