The number one reason a weight loss program fails is Emotional Eating. Emotional eating is the act of eating in response to an emotion. That emotion can be deemed positive or negative.
People with this condition are eating in response to a negative action or as a coping mechanism for a negative emotion. It’s a strategy which soothes and pacifies you when you feel stressed, angry, bored, overwhelmed, stuck, sad or lonely. It is a Habit. Eliminate Emotional Eating for good. You learned it and so, as you learned it, you can most definitely unlearn it. Yep that’s right. You can stop the cycle of emotional eating for good and take back control of your relationship with food forever.
How many times have you thought that if you could control that never ending cycle of emotional eating you would control your weight issues? Yeh I know too many to count right? You can lose weight, you stick to a diet, maybe even one of those 12 weeks intensive food and exercise programs and you lose the weight. You feel great and empowered. But what happens when the support and the program ends? Most oftentimes people will put the weight back on and then some.
For too long now we have ignored the missing link in the weight loss equation and that is the power of Mindset Transformation.
As a leading expert in this field I have been helping people transform their Mindset around food and emotional eating for over 20 years with outstanding success. I have witnessed the elation of clients when they take control of food, some for the first time in their lives. We can eliminate these destructive behaviours with techniques and strategies that you can use anytime and anywhere. Time to let go of the blockages, emotional or otherwise, that keep you from getting where you want to be. It motivates you to get moving and to let go of all those excuses. Isn’t it time YOU took control of food, instead of food controlling you? What if you could learn the skills to lose weight and keep it off forever.
We all know what to eat to be healthy. Yet when there is the slightest hint of stress we feel this uncontrollable urge to eat those sugary, sweet comfort foods. Then we feel comfort and pleasure which is short lived and quickly replaced with feelings of regret, shame, guilt and overwhelm that is all encompassing and leads to another bout of mindless eating. It’s a vicious cycle and one which you do not need to suffer any longer. You can learn healthier strategies to avoid triggers, eliminate cravings and deal with those emotions to put a stop to emotional eating. Visit www.savvybariatrics.com and see how we can help you.
Basically we use food to stuff down our emotions to tranquillise ourselves from feelings and emotions that just seem too overwhelming to address.
The problem with this is that while you are stuffing these emotional feelings down you are just compounding the issue by not actually addressing it.
It actually takes more energy to do this than it does to address the issue and let it go. I know it can feel too hard sometimes, but please believe me when I tell you it isn’t.
If you do not change your relationship and mindset about Food, Dieting and Weight Loss, you are always going to struggle with your weight. I cannot stress enough just how important it is to lasting and successful weight reduction, that you change the way you think. We use food as a reward and for celebrations, sometimes not necessarily a bad thing.
However, when your main mechanism for coping emotionally is eating, then you are out of control.
How many times have you opened the refrigerator when you are stressed, angry, lonely or bored?
I can still remember my parents yelling at us to get out of the fridge. It was like a treasure chest of amazingly magical things that would make you feel better. But alas, it never did.