In an adventure, things don’t always go smoothly – but the least they do change, and make you feel alive an empowered. It’s about taking back power from food, and starting to live the life you are meant to.
What does an adventure in eating change look like?
This is different for everyone. However, breakthroughs from coaching and taking action on the ideas on this site include:
- Losing weight without deprivation
- Being able to sit through meetings around tables laden with trigger foods and not eat them
- Problem reframing that helps them stop waging a war against their bodies
- Understanding that the body has its own innate wisdom, and there comes a point that you can no longer beat it into doing what you want.
Learning how your body and mind really operate means you can start to work with – not against – yourself. Imagine what it would be like to give your body exactly what it needs (as opposed to what your cravings want)? Do you think it’s going to repay you with unwanted weight gain, increased eating problems and digestive upset? Of course not. Instead, it will reward you with natural, permanent weight loss, empowered eating habits and better digestion.
Once you start to change how you think about your eating challenges, you’re off on your adventure. Some of the changes start to take effect in as little as 12 days. Just think what you can do in 12 weeks.
Harriet Morris is a qualified eating psychology coach.