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Reconnect To Your Hunger Cues!

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Why I think it's essential that we work on listening to our hunger and fullness cues to decide how much we eat.

  • A lot of bad information is available about health, wellness, and weight loss.

  • Studies indicate that diets have an extremely high rate of failure, with many individuals gaining back all, if not more, of the weight they lost while dieting.

  • Diets that impose physiological and psychological restrictions are difficult, if not impossible, to adhere to

  • The Minnesota Starvation Experiment illustrates restriction's short-term and long-term effects, including decreased strength and stamina, energy loss, slowed metabolism, preoccupation with food, irritability, anxiety, and depression.

  • When individuals stop restricting their food intake, it is common to experience overeating, similar to gasping for air after being submerged in water.

  • Many commercial diets are designed to create lifetime customers

  • The dieters are not failing the diets. The diets are failing the dieters.

  • Many of us have repeated the dieting cycle again and again. I think it's time to consciously decide to address the underlying issues that lead to continuous dieting.


Listening to your internal cues will help you shift from ext...


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