Hey there beautiful,
We’ve all had it happen: you’re in full gear towards your accomplishing your New Years resolution, decluttering your life, making upgrades and manifesting like a pro when suddenly something that brings you crashing down.
It can be just a simple thing like a piece of candy, but the effect is HUGE.
So, what can you do when it happens to you?
Below are two videos about the HUGE impact that Eating Psychology approach to weight loss has changed my relationship to food & my body. It has also helped me be dedicated to my health NO MATTER what daily challenges I face.
How Eating Psychology Has Changed My Relationship with Food and with My Body
Before you do another diet or cleanse, you need to lay the inner groundwork.
Why? Because if you try to do another external strategy while your subconscious insists that it has to be hard, you’ll sabotage yourself.
Eating psychology has changed my internal world, allowed me to see the world with fresh & positive eyes towards my weight. Today, these are 3 strategies & concepts that has changed my relationship with food and my body.
MANAGING THE “ALL OR NOTHING” MINDSET
-Perfectionism is the root of this mindset challenge and the beginning of this vicious psychology cycle
– Letting go of the guilt. Stopping the guilt stops the cycle to continue. (For more info, watch/listen above)
2. SLOWING DOWN ESPECIALLY WHILE EATING
-Take 5-10 deep and slow breaths before and after you eat.
– By eating slowly allows the body to be in Parasympathetic nervous system (state of healing, high functional digestion, and losing weight)
3. FINDING PLEASURE IN ALL FOOD
– The first stage of digestion and the first step to find pleasure the cephalic phase response –gastric secretion occurs even before food enters stomach, especially while it is being eaten. It results from the sight, smell, thought, or taste of food, and the greater the appetite, the more intense is the stimulation Taking time to eat is the first opportunity we have to open up the door to pleasure.
Let Me Ask You A Question…
Once you start eating; Is it hard for you to stop?
Do you kinda numb out when you eat? When you finally get the chance to eat, you try to find anything that will satisfy that hunger? Or, do you instantly feel the sense of guilt, shame, and/or self-loathing after you eat?
Well, there is a SOLUTION to those questions.
DATE/TIME: Wednesday, January 23. 2017 @ 3pm
LINK to Register: https://goo.gl/1y7ENg
Thank you for being apart of this growing community. And I hope these topics bring you value in more ways than one. Please, if you found this inspiring and/or useful please leave a comment below. Again, thank you and I will see in next week’s video >> www.annahilty.com/interview