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Podcast, Weight Coaching | October 29, 2019  | by  Shari Broder | 0 COMMENT
THE Question to Ask When You Want to Eat But Aren't Hungry | Weight Loss for Foodies Podcast

Do you associate eating with hunger? Or do you eat for all kinds of other reasons? 

The reason we feel hunger is because that is our body’s way of telling us it needs fuel. If we eat when we’re hungry and stop when lightly full, our body gets the amount of food it needs to be a healthy weight. When we do that, we can eat the foods we love without dieting or deprivation, and not gain weight.

But most people don’t eat this way, and that has a lot to do with epidemic levels of overweight and obesity these days.  In our culture, we’re encouraged to eat when we aren't hungry and overeat by many sources, especially companies marketing their food products and family members. 

If you want to stop eating for non-hunger reasons, and stop obsessing over your food choices, I’ve got a simple way to do that. 

There’s one question you need to ask yourself when you feel the urge to eat but aren’t hungry. 

Listen to learn what that question is and how to apply it to your life.




About the author 

Shari Broder

My mission is to help foodies ditch dieting and lose the weight for good. Discover what is really causing your weight issues (it isn't that you love food!), and learn how to stop obsessing about food and make peace with food and eating. Get off the diet hamster wheel once and for all and learn to eat consciously, stop emotional eating and enjoy the foods you love while permanently losing your desire to overeat.

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Meet Shari

I am passionate about helping women lose weight without dieting by teaching them how to trust their inner wisdom and make peace with food and eating.  I love teaching women how to get off the diet hamster wheel by learning how to eat consciously, stop emotional eating and enjoy foods they love while losing their desire to overeat along with their excess weight.