Posts Tagged "dieting"

Diet Chatter at the Hair Salon

Posted by on Jun 10, 2015 in iEat Mindfully™ | 0 comments

Diet Chatter at the Hair Salon

It’s interesting the conversations you overhear in the hair salon!   Yesterday, I was at the salon getting my hair done. As I was sitting minding my own business reading some notes in preparation for an interview later in the day (as a side note, I was interviewed for a telesummit, more on that in the next week or so), I overheard a few women talking.   What do you think the conversation was about?   Well, when a bunch of women get together, the chatter is usually about the...

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Willpower is a Dieter’s Word

Posted by on Apr 29, 2015 in iEat Mindfully™ | 0 comments

Willpower is a Dieter’s Word

How many times have you used the word “willpower” when you’ve been on a diet? “I wish I had more willpower not to eat the cake”. “Why can’t I just have the willpower to say NO?” I am NOT going to eat the chocolate, no, no, no! I must have the willpower!”   How has this strategy of willpower worked for you?   I bet it’s worked for a short time, but inevitably when you try to “will” yourself to not eat something that you really would love to eat, you break down...

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Are You a Yo-Yo Dieter? Find out now!

Posted by on Feb 4, 2015 in iEat Mindfully™ | 0 comments

Are You a Yo-Yo Dieter? Find out now!

It’s the same story with every diet you start: “this time it’s going to work, this time I’m going to be stronger, this time I’m going to stay committed”.  However, the unfortunate truth of dieting is that it will never help you achieve your long term weight loss goals.  In fact, statistics show that 46% of people who make a weight loss resolution never make it past 6 months.  So, if dieting doesn’t work you may be wondering how you will ever reach your weight loss goals.  The...

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Stepping Away from Dieting in 2015

Posted by on Dec 29, 2014 in The Nutrition Key with BRG | 0 comments

Stepping Away from Dieting in 2015

Year after year we make New Year’s resolutions to better ourselves in the coming year. Losing weight, eating healthier, and exercising more are among the top ten resolutions made each New Year’s Eve.   The media buzzes about what diets to start in 2015, how to lose the weight, what you should and shouldn’t eat this year, and so on. What they are not telling you is that these “shed the weight fast” diets will not help you achieve your goals long term.   In 2013, only 46% of...

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“Good” Foods and “Bad” Foods

Posted by on Nov 5, 2014 in iEat Mindfully™ | 0 comments

“Good” Foods and “Bad” Foods

Do you have a list of foods that you consider as “good” or “bad” to eat? How do you feel if you eat a food on your “good” list? What about on your “bad” list?   One of the first things I help my clients do is to get rid of the food lists. Foods should not be categorized into good and bad.   Why not?   Watch this week’s episode of The Diet Free Zone Show™ to learn more.   Then come back and comment: How you will discard your list of “good” and...

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