Healthy Eating

Ever wonder why your last diet and healthy eating plan ultimately resulted in disappointment? The fact is that within a year’s time, 95% of people who lose weight on diets or with traditional healthy eating programs will regain the weight. However, people are so convinced that traditional diets do work since they do provide weight loss initially that they keep trying the same things again and again in hopes that this time they will succeed. But what people don’t understand is this: they are not failing the diets, the diet is failing them!

I am here to help lead you through a process to help you develop healthy eating habits that work with your body instead of against it.

Say goodbye to a life of deprivation. Say goodbye to boring, traditional exercise programs. It is time for you to be free!

As you explore this site, you will find healthy diet tips and wellness concepts from a totally new perspective. Many people resist changing their ideas about what a healthy eating plan means. But you must truly accept that what you have learned about nutrition and fitness in the past has not worked in the long run.

I am not here to tell you about quick weight loss. It may take you longer to find weight loss success with this process (if losing weight is your current measure of success). But I can tell you this…these changes are for life!

I will provide you with diet tips that guide you to have a balanced diet effortlessly. Remember that when I talk about diets, I am referring to your natural pattern of eating rather than some restrictive, artificial way of eating.

This healthy eating plan will allow your body to settle into its ideal weight. I refer to this as a set point weight, which is the weight your body returns to naturally. This may not be the ideal body weight you see on the charts or in the media for many people, those weights are unrealistic and unnatural.

It is very easy to read this information about how to eat right, and then go on with your usual eating habits. You may decide it is too hard or too time-consuming. But as you know: doing the same thing over and over, and expecting new results is the definition of insanity. While this road can be long and difficult, it will result in a lifelong balanced diet and ultimately a healthy relationship with food.

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