Your Relationship With Food Is Terrible
It’s the last thing you want to be doing when you have a really bad relationship with food - starting yet another diet, to further damage an already damaged relationship with food that's not going to get any better with more crazy dieting practices, something that's already failed you massively in the past and yet you find yourself again about to embark on the exact same journey.
So you want to lose weight, you've tried numerous times to do so, resorting to drastic low calorie diets that you can't maintain, doing so over very long periods, and now the likely hood is you have become what some describe as, metabolically challenged, your metabolism at such a low point that it needs some help, some time out from the crazy low calorie diets that are now failing you, but you’re so scared to eat in fear of putting on weight, the exact opposite of what you set out to do, but it’s exactly what you need to do.
Yes frightening I know you've tried so hard to lose weight but you have got to the point where you can’t really eat any less and this approach isn't giving you what you want, so what are you going to do? Are you going to continue to be stuck or are you going to spend some time putting this right, rebuilding your relationship with food so you can live a normal life again, a life before diets took over, before you became scared of food, looked at all foods as good and bad, and what food is going to put weight on me and what food will help me lose weight.
So you’re ready to rebuild that metabolism and that relationship with food but you don't know where to start? Well you start by asking for help, asking somebody that's got a proven track record of helping people do exactly what you want to do now, I've helped hundreds through this exact problem, helping people to be free of diets, to help rebuild their relationship with food and to go on and lose weight just like they always wanted to, just without crazy restrictive practices and ruining their lives.
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Blog of Ian Glass, formerly obese, founder & owner of Ian Glass Fitness, transforming people through health & fitness, physically & mentally.