In order to get back in charge of our eating behaviours and weight loss journey, it boils down in the end, to “minding the gap”. The gap between intention and behaviour. What you planned versus what you ended up doing. There are other factors however, which need taking on board.
What you eat is of course a major part of the equation. But if it were that simple, we’d have done it. Most people aren’t daft as well as overweight. Of equal importance are the other parts of our lives that impact our eating behaviours. This is the (enormous) rest of the equation that often gets overlooked.
This includes your social lives, your life circumstances with all its situations and everyone involved; your emotional lives, driving the reasons that lie beneath a lot of our reactive eating patterns Continue Reading →
You know that old adage “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail..”? It sounds tedious Continue Reading →
If beating ourselves up and self recrimination really worked, we’d all be super slim and super healthy Continue Reading →
As you start to put everything together – the stuff of life Continue Reading →
Some of our eating patterns will be easy to release or change. Others are a sight more challenging Continue Reading →
I am not a nutritionist, though I will have one working with me in the near future. Basic food wisdom, however, means that we understand and find ways to balance our individual “calorific energy in versus calorific energy out – equation”. This means knowing what we are buying when we shop Continue Reading →
Recognizing your trigger foods, and recognizing that a particular diet may not have been at fault Continue Reading →
- What is your relationship with food?
- How can you stop falling into the same habits again and again and AGAIN?
- Are there solutions thast can work – and last?
Most diets work, if you stick to them, so what keeps happening? How come you either don’t get past first base, or worse, achieve a weight loss you believe you’re proud of, only to find life takes over and one day you wake up big again? Or bigger than you’d like.
Whether your version of weight fluctuation is a subtle yo-yo ing, or a more dramatic ascent straight up the scales, Overeating Unplugged has a two way approach to putting you back in charge of your weight management and your health:
First, it takes the magnifying glass and a much closer look at THE GAP between what you intended to happen, and what ends up happening. Whether that intention is to begin and continue with a reduced eating plan in order to lose weight, or whether it is about holding to a weight you have worked hard to achieve, something goes awry in the middle.
What you planned to do ◄- -► What you ended up doing!
The original intention ◄- -►The actual outcome!
8am ◄- -► Tea time / dinner time etc
◄– THE GAP! –►
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