One of the most challenging parts of weight loss is the change in beliefs. Beliefs about what is healthy and unhealthy. Our opinions about food can be strong, wrong, and dividing. As such- they are limiting. How do we know if our beliefs are wrong (limiting)? They don’t help you lose weight. They don’t support your […]Continue reading
In the previous post I wrote about overeating to please others and Example One was about a Mother – Daughter story, I frequently hear. In this example we often fall into eating what others eat because we want to belong. For some reason we believe belonging comes from doing similar things. We don’t want to […]Continue reading
DISCLAIMER: this is not a medical advice. Intermittent fasting is not for all people. Dietary changes that are implemented too fast can cause skin, digestive and other issues. (not a full transcript) Originally published on Youtube Jan. 11 22 Hunger is a signal from body and mind. Are you reading it correctly? Are you afraid […]Continue reading
This is one of the most difficult situations for people who want to lose weight or eat healthy. It’s when you eat something “bad” and the only reason you ate it was because it was there. You know how it goes… you come to work. There is a box of donuts, pizza, or a birthday cake. […]Continue reading
When we struggle with weight it seems like food is stronger than us. This short ebook will help you identify five areas where we can take our power back in weight loss. I put it together to help you gain more awareness. Whether you feel in control, standing in your authority depends on your mind. […]Continue reading
Remember the time when you committed to certain food plan, and your friends judged you for eating healthy? In the past you would not want to “hurt people’s feelings”, you would want to “belong” by eating the same bad food. You’d eat it all. And you would hurt your feelings. Now you know how to set boundaries with love. And keep the promise you gave to yourself.
This is progress.
When we treat our weight loss process as something temporary, like a diet, we look forward to return to “normal eating”, once we reach the desired weight. When we look at our weight loss process as a return to wellness, we learn what’s natural for the body, we learn a new, natural way of […]Continue reading
Results vary for every person. I wanted to share a success story of one of my clients. I always expect changes and improvements but sometimes those changes exceed even my expectations. This client have been consistently and significantly losing weight after every session. I asked her: how did you do it? Not all people have […]Continue reading
(video below.) Sometimes we commit just partially to a goal. It’s not conscious. We may not realize how much effort it really takes to get there. But somewhere along the way we need to look at the results we are getting. Are we closer? Are we moving ahead? If we don’t like our results […]Continue reading
Everyone’s story is unique. Everyone has a different story to tell when they arrive at the point when:“This (excess fat) has to go. I’m the real me when I’m thinner. I am ready to prove I can accomplish that.” I have been thinking about every person that coached so far with me… at what point […]Continue reading
In this video I will describe to you stages of Emotional eating [EE] So even though I’m not giving you “the HOW” here, I will mention the ONE essential thing that has to happen for you to free yourself from emotional eating. Are you an emotional eater one day and free of EE the next […]Continue reading
[personal story] In 2018 I got over my sugar addiction on my own. It took a long time. At that time I didn’t have any special tools. Fast forward to March 2020 (covid panxiety) baked a cake and got on the downward spiral of emotional / addicted eating. (ok it wasn’t a spiral – it […]Continue reading
How do you keep believing that all the effort will pay off when you don’t receive the weekly reward: a lower number on the scale… When there seems to be no progress, how do you keep going? What if progress and success meant that you keep the promise you gave to yourself? That you keep going? […]Continue reading
Many years ago I started using this THOUGHT, when I tried to change my shopping habits. And then sugar eating habits. As a Capricorn, I love material things, I think they can make us happy, they can bring joy (…until they don’t). So this THOUGHT doesn’t imply we never buy anything again! But a little […]Continue reading