How often have you taken a bite of food expecting it to be good but it wasn’t? What did you do? Did you eat it anyway? Perhaps. I have. Yes, I’ve been there, done that.
What is it about taking a bite, not loving it, yet eating it regardless? Why do it?
Do me a favor.
Stop it. Continue reading
Have a plan. Perhaps you’ve heard the phrase, if you fail to plan, you can plan to fail.
It’s a theme I hear from clients—not planning. Not having a plan leads to problems with not making good decisions and often mindless munching. Continue reading
One of the most important things my clients work on when we begin our coaching relationship is to honor hunger and fullness. It’s one of the best ways to break away from the diet mentality. There are many examples of how this propels my clients forward in establishing a healthy relationship with food.
Little things add up. Can you think of the everyday activities you do now that used to require movement? If you’re of a certain age you will remember. Others might be scratching their head—life without a smart phone?! Continue reading
Hit a weight loss plateau? I get that. It happens.
Years ago when I worked at Cooper Clinic I acquired a client when another staff dietitian left. The client had great success losing about 60 pounds in less than a year—just over one pound per week which was fabulous weight loss! But she had hit a plateau and her weight had not budged for several months. Continue reading