Am I Hungry?® Mindful Eating Program
We have all been there, the moment of truth when for whatever reason, the decision is made that “I HAVE TO CONTROL MY EATING!!” At that point the search begins for the perfect diet. Depending on the plan, you count calories, track points, write down every morsel of food consumed, stop eating all your favorite foods, go to the gym every day and then, the inevitable happens, some type of life stress overtakes you. It doesn’t even have to be a major stressor, perhaps just a holiday or a virus that puts you in bed for a week. So, then you go “off the diet” and decide you blew it again, so you’ll just wait until the stress passes or the holiday is over and you will “start again.”
This becomes what the Am I Hungry?® Mindful Eating Program calls the “Eat-Repent-Repeat Cycle.” The solution is to learn to eat what you love and love what you eat through mindful eating in the Am I Hungry?® Mindful Eating Workshop or Am I Hungry?® Mindful Eating Personal Coaching.
The Am I Hungry?® Mindful Eating Program will help you:
- Finally understand why diets don’t (and won’t) work long term for you or most other people
- Discover simple yet powerful methods for knowing when, what, and how much to eat without restriction
- End mindless and emotional eating
- Consistently eat the foods you love without guilt – and without binging
- Learn the truth about nutrition without confusing, arbitrary rules
- Never again exercise to earn food or punish yourself for eating
- Nourish your body, mind, and spirit to build your health, energy, and joy
Stop obsessing about food, eating, and weight
The Am I Hungry?® Mindful Eating Program provides you with the tools and strategies to make the best decisions for yourself which frees you to live the full, rich life you deserve without obsessing over what, when, or how much to eat.
Eating is a natural, healthy, and pleasurable activity for meeting our energy and nutritional needs. However, in our food-abundant, diet-obsessed culture, eating is often mindless, consuming, and guilt-inducing instead. Mindful eating is an ancient mindfulness practice with profound modern implications and applications for resolving this troubled love-hate relationship with food.
For more information, here is a link to an informational video: Eat What You Love video on YouTube