There is no question about it. Weight loss is difficult. It’s difficult to stick to your diet when you get hungry. It’s difficult to stick to your diet when all your friends are enjoying your favourite food on a night out. But it gets really tough when that weight loss slows to a crawl and you have to starve for a week to lose just an ounce of fat. It always ends up so difficult that sooner or later you just give up, have a binge, and then feel sorry for yourself before climbing back onto the hamster wheel to repeat the whole process all over again. Isn’t it time to try something different. Isn’t it time to try something that works. There is just one thing you need to do in order to have the body of your dreams.
This video is designed to help to ease you away from fattening and unhealthy foods. This is that vital first step in losing weight. So, as you feel less and less drawn to fattening and sweet foods, you will naturally find much greater pleasure in making healthier choices. You may find it totally effortless, or you may discover that you can make the right choices more of the the time. Either way, you may find that listening to this on a daily basis will give you the encouragement that you need to succeed with your weight loss goal.
Have you been on a diet more than once? Are you planning on dieting again in order to lose weight? Have you ever questioned why the weight doesn’t stay off, or why it is easy to lose weight early on and then becomes progressively more difficult? In this video I explain why, and open the door to an alternative system that allows you to lose weight without cravings or hunger.
If you are seeking to lose weight by dieting then think again. The very nature of dieting causes the willpower battle that you will always end up losing. You really need to understand how your brain responds to foods, sugars, and novelty in order to successfully lose all of that excess weight and to keep it off.
Losing weight must be difficult. If it wasn’t there wouldn’t be a huge diet industry pandering to the desires of overweight individuals who desperately need some help. But is it possible that losing weight is difficult only because you have been convinced that is. Convinced by all the overweight people who tell you how hard it is; tell you about the cravings; tell you about the battle; tell you about the giving in; the bingeing; and the shame-faced starting all over again. Convinced by a diet industry that promises to make it easy for you (the subtext being that it must, therefore, be difficult). This is all just social programming. If you really want to lose weight and you care enough about yourself to allow yourself to succeed then read on and find out how.
Losing weight without a target is like sailing without a chart and compass. You need to know where you are going in order to have any hope of arriving. You also need to know when you drift off course. Your Goal Weight serves this purpose. It gives you something to aim for and lets you know when you have arrived. However, it is all too easy to set a goal weight that is simply unattainable for you. This leads you down the continued path of failure and unrealised dreams. But there are one or two things you need to take into consideration in order for your goal weight to assist you towards success rather than keep you stuck right where you are.
Diets come in two forms: disguised calorie reduction schemes like Weight Watchers & Slimming World, or food-type based like Atkins. The problem with all of these systems, or plans, is that they focus on entirely the wrong thing. What they focus on is weight loss. What they need to focus on is fat loss. But weight is better for business because you get quick results that convince participants the system works. What this is followed by is a long uphill struggle battling with hunger, cravings, and denial. But that has to be down to you – after all you lost weight in the first two weeks! It couldn’t be down to a flawed system that was designed to hook you in, without ever giving you what you really want – could it?
It seems that there is a new Buzz Phrase in the weight loss world – Fat Acceptance. It’s going to catch on. It’s going to be big. It’s going to be huge because it makes it sound like being fat is ok, and if you are overweight that’s exactly what you need to hear.
Breast cancer has been linked to obesity in post-menopausal women. Obesity is an epidemic with about a third of adult Americans carrying at least 30lbs excess weight. The problem is only a little better in the UK. It seems like that cream cake might just kill you after all. But what can you do, how exactly do you shift from the lifestyle you have to the lifestyle you want?
The weight loss industry focuses on food and eating. The focus needs to be on you and how you feel. The focus needs to be on you moving towards health & wellness, fitness & vitality. When you do this the food takes care of itself. The weight loss industry deliberately traps you into thinking that Calories are what you need to focus on. That way it has you as a customer for life. You can escape from its grip easily – here’s how.