Have you been working out and eating healthy without seeing the kind of results you expected? It could be your feelings that are making you fat.
Weight loss for people who feel too much
What if someone told you that losing your excess kilos has nothing to do with exercising or the half turkey and two extra servings of dessert you had at Christmas, but that those love handles around your gut are actually a result of being an extremely empathetic person or of feeling too much?
Weight Loss for People Who Feel Too Much by internationally acclaimed, bestselling author and motivational speaker Colette Baron-Reid offers a new concept in weight loss for women who are sick of dieting and getting nowhere fast.
It’s not your typical diet plan — you don’t have to count points or calories or have a zero tolerance for carbs, and the plan doesn’t provide a selection of tasty recipes using just tofu and mung beans.
Throw all your preconceived dieting ideas out the door, because with Baron-Reid’s eight-week program, you will learn to ditch the dieting and change the way you think about why you eat. “It’s about releasing emotional burdens you have carried with you your whole life and freeing yourself to have a new, healthy relationship with your body, weight and food,” Baron-Reid says.
The reader will need to embrace four steps during the program. The first step is discovering how to be kind to yourself. The second is learning how to say “no” to drama — in all its forms. The third step involves understanding “How Salt Heals.” And the final step is focusing on how to simplify your life, health and emotional well-being.
Baron-Reid believes what we’ve known all along: Diets simply don’t work. They don’t change anything, but changing the way you think changes everything.
Before we go ahead and cancel our gym memberships, we’d like to hear from our readers. Has anyone tried this program? How has it helped?