Struggling with how to eat healthily without dieting? This episode offers a guide to the eight basic habits of healthy eaters. But finding balance involves more than just what food is on your plate. It involves a mindset shift, allowing you to adopt a healthier lifestyle without the reliance on a number on the scale. With questions such as how we judge what someone is eating, and how we set goals to achieve our desired outcome, I will show you how to create a healthy life without dieting… But will it work for you? If you’re feeling overwhelmed and frustrated by trying to maintain a healthy eating lifestyle while still feeling restricted by dieting rules and not seeing the results you wanted, then you are not alone! I thought I had to be thin to be healthy, but my journey taught me that health comes from so much more. Through Read More . . .
Done with Dieting Episode #77: Client Success Stories
Don’t you love hearing other people’s success stories? Listen to learn more as we cover a huge range of topics – from growing up constantly being on a diet, to what it takes to lose 100 lbs., to a side-tracked conversation about cranberry farming. Read More . . .
Done with Dieting Episode #66: Why You Might Not Want to Lose Weight
Is it the weight? Or the habits that we do to lose weight? We’re told all the time – to lose weight and our risk of health-related disease will go down. I’m guilty of this as well. My health journey started as a way of trying to avoid following in my mother’s footsteps and getting breast cancer. But the data is misleading. Because we know that losing weight on a fad diet or losing weight in an unhealthy way will NOT produce the increased health benefit that we desire. So then is it the good habits that we adopt that produce the increased health benefit? Or the result, i.e.: the weight loss? What you’ll Learn from this Episode How to uncover the reasons behind wanting to lose weight and what other steps you may want to take to in preparation for the weight loss. Why simply losing weight will not Read More . . .