Site icon Leslie Hooper

EPISODE 225: Eat, Drink & Be Merry Without Gaining Weight This Holiday Season

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Coach Steph and I are thrilled to announce we’ll be offering our 6-week psychology-based holiday program, Sleigh Holiday Overeating, again this years. Stay tuned for more details. 

In today’s episode of the Fat Murder Podcast, co-coach, Steph Miramontes, and I discuss why right now is the perfect time to master holiday eating.

Typically, this is the time of year when dieters begin skipping their workouts and breaking more of their food rules. After all, it’s the holidays and no one wants to feel restrained to bland foods during a festive time of year, do they?

But what if you could have both? What if you didn’t need to make a decision at all? What if you were able to eat exactly what you wanted in the amounts that your body wanted it without any struggle at all?

This is completely possible. Not-only have I lived this transformation myself, but I witness it in hundreds of clients every day and you can become this person, too.

In today’s episode, you’ll learn that with the holidays among us, there is no better time to practice these new skills than right now. More social gatherings, more eating obstacles, more alcohol, etc. all mean more opportunities to understand your behavior and what triggers you to eat more (or less) than you’re comfortable with.

If you’re sick of waking up every January 1st with same sad resolution to “do better” this year, you don’t want to miss this episode.

Connect with Leslie:

• Website
• Instagram
• Facebook

If you’re struggling with emotional, binge, or compulsive eating and you’re interested in personalized coaching, apply here.

If you want to learn how to not-only lose weight, but lose the struggle along side it, you can get started by taking the Weight Loss Psychology Quiz: Discover Your Diet Personality Type

Also, if you’re interested in learning more about the psychology-based group coaching program, Unstuffed, you can join the Interest List HERE.

Exit mobile version