After struggling with late-night cravings, dieters end up in the kitchen (despite not wanting to be in the kitchen) shoveling chips in their mouth (without wanting to shovel chips in their mouths). Their behavior is compulsive, and as much they want to stop, they just keep going.
This is the vicious cycle of night eating, and you won’t be able to stop until you address the psychological reasons why you overeat. Specifically, you have to learn how daytime restriction triggers night eating, and how to correctly channel your willpower to bring this maddening cycle to an end.
Join Coach Steph Miramontes and me on today’s podcast episode to learn the two-step formula that will set you free from this habit forever.
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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