As a yo-yo dieter, I have gained and lost over 1,000 pounds — and now I am at a healthy and stable weight. I know what it is like to be enslaved by food, and also to find a path to freedom! If you have tried everything but can’t seem to change your relationship with food, you are in the right place. Get ready to roll up your sleeves and explore a new approach to reconnect with your health and vitality!
“If you have gained and lost weight over and over again and STILL can’t keep it off, chances are you are an emotional eater and are using food for comfort. It’s okay—this is typical for many of us! It doesn’t mean you aren’t committed to losing weight — You just need a different approach in order to finally lose the weight and keep it off!”
Improve Your Health
“Losing weight and keeping it off is bound to improve your health in so many ways! Imagine what it will feel like when your aches and pains start to go away and you feel more alive than ever!”
Have More Energy
“Is your mind active and nimble but you feel like you are trapped in a body that doesn’t really belong to you? Do you want to enjoy a different future? It is time to have your mind and body work together so you can do the things you dream about!”
“Don’t turn away, keep your eye on the bandaged place. That is where the light enters you.”
“There is a secret person undamaged in every individual.”
“We have to dare to be ourselves, however frightening or strange that self may prove to be.”
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You have your own answers, and I can help you access them!