Are You Ready to Get Off the Dieting Rollercoaster and Make Peace with Food?
If you’re like most people, you’ve probably tried willpower and dieting to lose weight. Unfortunately, for most people this is not enough. The reason willpower and diets fail is because most people overeat for emotional reasons. Emotional eating is a response to various environmental and emotional triggers. These triggers range from stress, exhaustion, uncomfortable thoughts and feelings, procrastination, boredom, and a need for pleasure and comfort.
The How You do Food is How You do Life Emotional Eating Program is designed to get at the core issues of what triggers overeating and bingeing. It provides you with solid strategies to overcome the reasons why you turn to food. It teaches you how to identify what your deeper needs are and teaches you appropriate ways to meet them so that you won’t be tempted to turn to food. This is the key to overcoming emotional eating.
The program consists of 6 sessions that meet every 2 weeks and 12 weekly assignments that will transform your relationship with food, get you off the dieting hamster wheel, and teach you ways to deal with your stressful thoughts and emotions. It will teach you how to eat mindfully and intuitively, and allow your body to lose weight naturally without dieting.
You will also learn how to set up a self-care routine that isn’t time consuming so that you can start your day calm, centered, and nurtured. You will become more mindful and peaceful in all areas of your life because “how you do food is how you do life!”
So what does the phrase “how you do food is how you do life” mean?
People who eat emotionally often don’t realize that their issue with food and weight isn’t the real problem. It’s only a symptom – a symptom of how they are living their life. If your life is stressful, then you will turn to food to cope with that stress. If your life lacks pleasure and excitement, you will turn to food looking for pleasure and excitement. If you try to control and restrict your food, you will become obsessed with food and overeat. You eat how you are. When you’re at peace with yourself, you become at peace with food. How you do food is how you do life!