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Why Information Is Not Enough To Shed Weight & Keep It OFF
If INFORMATION was enough to shed weight, AND keep it off, everyone would be attaining their ideal weight after reading a blogpost or restricting portion sizes for a few weeks.
In reality, America is the leading nation of obesity, heart disease and pre-diabetes conditions caused by excessive sugar consumption and heightened levels of chronic stress.
No, information is NOT enough.
The last client I worked with shed 25 pounds in six months and released all the excess weight that was causing her to feel tired, moody, stressed, and addicted to sugary desserts.
She was successful because she discovered what foods worked for her and what was the emotional reason causing her to over-eat or crave desserts every day.
If she can do it, you can do it too.
What She Says:
Dear Ana-Maria, I have come a long way with you. When we started, I was afraid of food because of my food allergies. I was carrying too much weight. I was often confused about so many things. I was afraid to speak up for myself because I thought I would alienate my friends. I often procrastinated and “over thought” set up requirements or results. With your help and guidance, all if this has changed.
To lose weight, and keep it off, you need to get to the root of the behavior that causes you to gain weight. And this is where I step in to guide you and help you change your habits in a sustainable and positive manner.
You will soon start to eat differently without having to remember to eat differently.
In my work, I help my clients to create a CHANGE that LASTS by changing their old habits and creating new, empowering ones.
Do you often focus on being so caring towards others that you forget your own needs?
Do you find yourself trying to take responsibility for other people’s feelings and problems to the point of emotional burnout?
Do you often say YES to things you don’t want to do because you don’t know how to say ‘no’ without disappointing others, expressing your true feelings without guilt, or causing confrontation?
Do you want to communicate openly without compromising your needs even if you fear confrontation?