I know first-hand how scary it can feel to walk away from a lifetime of dieting, restriction, and low-grade craziness when it comes to food. Because you’ve been taught that it’s the only way to maintain a healthy weight and feel good in your body. Your fear of losing control around food is REAL…
Because that was me too – scared of a family-sized packet of potato chips. Yes really. More scared of potato chips than a giant spider in the shower.
I desperately pleaded with my husband not to buy potato chips, because as soon as I saw them lurking in our pantry, they’d fill my every waking-hungry thought. The knowing that they were there in the pantry. Oh, and the annoying realisation that my husband could eat a few chips and then stop. While I had no control around them.
The idea of letting go of the tight-grip that I had around my weight and which foods I ate was scary. Of choosing to nourish and listen to your body rather than depriving yourself and using shame as a motivator. It feels weird and kinda terrifying. I get it.
And that’s why I have a proposition for you…
What if you discovered your general aura of badassery when it comes to food? That you could have a formidably impressive new relationship with food (one your girlfriends would envy, your husband would be totally confused by, and your kids would join you in, cue: evil laughter!).
A relationship with food that encouraged you to eat what you love (yum-yum-yum), while healing your health and wellbeing.
Because kicking diets to the curb and enjoying your life is a powerful kind of personal rebellion… and it gives you a feeling of confidence and power that positively affects every area of your life.
But you’ll never know it, or feel it, or truly get to enjoy the food you love, until you try it!
And the truth is, if you try it, you might find that you never want to go back to the old way — because a more easeful, pleasurable and FUN way of eating is possible… and a better relationship with your body is within reach.
✔ Wonder whether you’re doing “healthy eating” and diets right, because you’re not losing weight — no matter how much you exercise, or how many green smoothies you force yourself to drink.
✔ Find yourself eating food for no reason, even if you’re not hungry, and when you allow yourself to eat, you eat too much and feel over-full.
✔ Feel out of control around food — especially the sweet stuff. It feels like the only way you can resist the foods you crave is to not allow them inside the house.
✔ Have an “all or nothing” approach to healthy eating, and you wish you could be more “moderate” with how you eat… but you’re not sure where to start.
✔ Feel like everyday is such a challenge when it comes to food. You worry about whether you’re making the right choices and there’s never an “easy” decision when it comes to what you eat.
✔ Are ready to learn how to enjoy food without all the stress, guilt, or worry about what you eat.
✔ And you want to learn how to feel better in your body, move and eat in a way that feels good, and get on with living a rich, fulfilling life!
Then I have the solution for you – it’s a FREE video tutorial series, with a cute little name: The Happy Eating Toolkit.
Here’s a handy little intro video to explain:
A freaking FREE video tutorial series that is worth its weight in cupcakes – trust me!
The focus of The Happy Eating Toolkit is about helping you make peace with food, feel better in your body and escape the diet trap for good…
Without restrictions. Without crazy cravings. And without white-knuckling another diet…
Because life is WAY too short to waste on sad kale salads and plain chicken breast.
I’d rather get on with my life in a way that feels more pleasurable and fun. To eat food I love. Wouldn’t you too?
In 4 videos I’ll explain everything from how to overcome cravings to the real reason why you find it so hard to stick to a diet, and showcase some real stories about women and mums just like you who’ve gone from yo-yo dieting to creating a loving and happy relationship with food and their body.
All you need to do is try it out for yourself and see what’s possible
So the only question left to ask is…
Are you in?