So, you want to stop feeling out of control around food?
Read this first.
Do you avoid being in pictures or cringe when you see your reflection in the mirror? Does the number on the scale ruin your day?
How long have you been trying to lose weight? A few months? Years? Decades, even?
As someone who yo-yo dieted for years, I know it takes a lot of energy to keep hating your body.
If emotional eating was an Olympic sport, I’d be a gold medalist.
How did I get so good at emotional eating? Through years of wildly unsuccessful dieting.
I tried it all: low carb, sugar free, cabbage soup, carb cycling, intermittent fasting, calorie/macro counting, Paleo, Keto, and Weight Watchers?
They all worked for a few hours, maybe even a few days, or a week. Sometimes I stayed at my goal weight for 10 minutes, and sometimes I stayed longer, but eventually, they all ended the same way — every single one stopped working.
And here’s why:
Diets don’t work because they don’t help you understand and resolve why you eat when your body isn’t asking for more food.
When you lose weight on a diet, you don’t lose the reasons why you emotionally eat. When your unresolved emotions return, so does your weight.
When you feel fat and miserable, diets are incredibly appealing. We see thin, laughing women eating a 100-calorie yogurt in a commercial and think, “I want that.”
Or you stumble upon a before/after picture on Instagram selling you the myth that for the low price of $99 you, too, can have a customized butt blasting workout program and lose 20 pounds in 2 weeks. Then, everything in your life will be fine.
You get that burst of hope and you’re filled with motivation and willpower. This time, it’s going to be different!
Except…it never is, is it?
It’s time to free yourself from diet prison.
Every morning you wake up hating your body, is another opportunity missed to stop feeling out of control around food.
If you’ve ever said:
- “I can’t eat just a couple of bites and stop.”
- “I have no self-control around sugar.”
- “I avoid going out to eat since restaurants don’t have my food.”
I was in your exact shoes, until I realized weight loss is like studying for a big test. You don’t try to memorize the whole book at once; you break it down into chapters and tackle it one paragraph at a time.
And that’s exactly what I want to help you with.
I want to show you how to change the unchangeable, achieve the unachievable, and lose weight while still eating the foods you love.