So there you are, rocking your life, feeling in your power with your food…
Then you pop onto Instagram and BOOM. There’s that super-buff Instafamous fitness model in a bikini on a white-sand beach. Everything about the post is perfection.
There’s one small step you can take today to take one giant leap with your weight loss efforts.
STOP weighing yourself.
Let me ask you a question. If you’re looking to lose weight, what’s your motivation?
Is it because you love your body and you want the best for it, or because you look in the mirror and you hate the reflection?
Ever feel like your food and body struggle completely steals your happiness? Diets, bingeing, attempts at controlling yourself, overeating…
The shame, the guilt the confusion, the trying it all with nothing seeming to last.
I’ve been there so many times, and Alex was too (before she reached out to us).
You know the drill by now with most diets and exercise programs. They’re all about what to eat and how to move. And most of them stop right there with a little “mindset” work at best.
The conventional wisdom is that fixating over what’s on your plate and following a crazy gym schedule is what you need to succeed.
Let’s start with what we know: dieting can drive you absolutely insane.
It makes you obsess about food, crave everything on the “forbidden” list, and end up falling into eating overdrive (when you inevitably give in, that is!).
If you’ve been with me for a while, you know about the pitfalls of traditional diets. And I’m sure that you’ve experienced plenty of them firsthand.
Ever hear people tell you to listen to your body and have a reaction that’s something like…
Ummmmmm all my body wants is pizza (insert your food of choice here) – if I listened – I’d be eating anything and everything.
I get it. I remember when coaches used to tell me to stop dieting and listen to my body I thought they were completely crazy.
Over the last several years, I’ve helped thousands of women lose weight. But their success has gone well beyond shedding a few pounds.
Our clients at Beating Binge Eating transcend their struggles with their bodies. They leave behind binge and emotional eating for good.
I’m bringing you something really special today…
After hosting this interview with Caitlin, one of our graduates who finished our program about a year ago, who also has a VERY unique perspective on what gave her freedom (different than any of our other interviews) I was feeling so lit up and inspired…
She says something incredible about the worth of what she went through, and I don’t want to spoil it…just watch it below.
Think about the last diet plan that you tried. I bet it was a clear, structured, step-by-step regimen that promised miraculous results–IF you followed the directions to the letter.
I’m guessing it told you to eat this food and not that one. Follow this exercise plan and don’t miss a day. Track every bite, calorie, and macronutrient, and stay vigilant.
The struggle is real. At least that’s what everyone says these days…
But when it comes to binge and emotional eating, that struggle you hear so much about might actually be more than real. It might be actually be something of a comfort.
When one of your student puts an end to her 40+ year dysfunctional relationship with food in just 8 weeks, you write an email about it and scream THIS from the rooftops:
NO MATTER HOW LONG YOU’VE STRUGGLED AND HOW MANY THINGS YOU’VE TRIED TO STOP -> YOU DON’T HAVE TO STRUGGLE WITH YOUR BODY AND FOOD ANYMORE.
Ok, now that you got that message (and please know that was for you and ALL the women in the world who feel stuck) here’s a video that will give you the steps to find freedom…
The other day I was speaking with an incredible woman where I shined some light on why she was binge eating and how to stop.
At the end of the convo she said, “You know what, I’m just going to try this alone.”
And I get why, I suffered on my own thinking I could figure it out by piecing together information from books, articles, and different experts online, but EVERY SINGLE TIME I’d always end up binging, overeating, or stuck in my struggle (for nearly 12+ years)…
Loving the body you live in is one of the most liberating feelings there is. And over the last few years, I’ve had the privilege of helping thousands of women learn to do just that!
Nothing is more gratifying than helping someone break free from things like binge and emotional eating, lack of self-worth, and negative body image. And from there, guide them to find peace, freedom, and ease with their body and their food.
You see it at nearly every grocery store these days. The shelves are filled with products claiming that they’re “gluten-free,” “dairy-free,” “wheat-free,” you name it.
People are understanding that food intolerances are a thing and what you eat can impact your health.
I work with numerous women with food intolerances, and it seems like they’re becoming a more common diagnosis all the time.
I’m not gonna lie. My journey to peace with my body was quite the long one. My relationship with food took time to heal. And the journey wasn’t without that recurring pitfall that we all know too well…
Of course, I’m talking about “that time of the month.”
Oftentimes we talk about releasing restriction – but what if you aren’t actually restricting your food?
What about those times where you just feeling like you can’t stop overeating?
Where you know you need to get on track, but can’t seem to find it in you to start and stick with anything. We see this with many of our clients, and taking them from a place of struggle to a place of normalcy and easy with their food is an amazing thing!
Ever had a moment when you’re feeling kind of “meh” for no apparent reason?
It’s like you’re stuck in a funk, technically you know what you should be doing, but for whatever reason, you can’t get yourself off of dead center.
Maybe you’ve tried all the things to snap out of it, but harder you work to claw your way out, the deeper in the emotional hole you get.
It happens to the best of us, that dreaded feeling of being STUCK.
I’m sure you’ve heard myself and others talk about releasing restriction and control with your food choices as a foundational part of stopping binge eating…
But what if you want to lose weight too? How can it be possible to eat what you want and not completely lose control with food and your weight?
Well, it’s possible, and in the incredible interview below, Sara shares how she partnered with her body, stopped binge eating, and released weight without force, restriction, dieting, or controlling her food!
SO I was watching some interviews with a few of our graduates and I felt like you really needed to hear the message in this one…
Originally the interview was just meant to encourage and inspire those in our program, but after a few minutes with Julie I knew this is something you could learn from!
Julie is an absolute powerhouse. The interview will leave you feeling inspired and ready to step into your power.
Welcome to BeatingBingeEating.com! I’m Brittany Brown.
My goal is to transform the health and happiness of the world, starting with you. You were not put on this earth to struggle. I’m here to show you how to finally feel at home in your body and end your struggle with food and your body for good. This mission was born out of my own passion-driven breakdown. Here’s my story...Read More
Powered by WishList Member - Membership Software