How to Lose Weight Happily
Can I let you in on a secret? Losing weight ... doesn't have to suck! You don't have to workout in the gym for hours (or at all, if you don't want to). You don't have to count calories, cut out foods you love, or deprive yourself. It really is possible to lose weight happily and it all comes down to learning simple and effective nutrition strategies, behaviour patterns, plate-visualization methods, and acquired self-awareness tools.
Ditch the Yo-Yo Diet
I lived the yo-yo for years. I would be on track for months and then I would end up derailed by a vacation or a stressful situation (where my emotional eaters at?!) or, let's be honest, Christmas cookies.
That's why learning mindful eating can be life-changing! This style of eating (where no food is ever off-limits) is for you if:
Finding Food Freedom
It's all about creating the right mindset and improving your relationship with food. I've been there, I've had these struggles, and I know how life-changing it can be when you finally find food freedom. That is why I am so freakin' excited to announce that in May I will be running a Food Freedom Support Group, for women who want to feel like they are in control of their eating habits (rather than controlled by their emotions). I'm talking long-run, baby, not just some quick fix that'll have you put the weight back on just as fast.
It is possible to lose weight happily with these tools. If you join our group, you'll get:
Wait, I love to Exercise? Can I do this?
Girl, get down with your bad self! You don't have to quit doing something you love and you can absolutely improve your relationship with food. Exercise is not a requirement; it's like extra-credit.
Ready to Find Your Food Freedom and Lose Weight Happily?
Enrolment for our May Food Freedom Group will begin on May 2nd but you can get yourself on the list to sign-up so that we can chat about your goals and I can answer any questions you have, like, right this very second!
4/24/2018 11:57:35 pm
Only if there is no charge.
4/25/2018 07:13:04 pm
Hi Susan! This program is not free of charge; it's a very detailed curriculum created by a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. You get a number of resources as well sent to you. I got your application and I can send you some suggestions of free resources that might work for you, as well as answer any questions you might have about the program if you decide you want to invest in yourself!
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