Yes Thanksgiving is in November but we're supposed to be doing a LIFESTYLE CHANGE!! This would be a great time to get through temptation.
Does anyone want to try the challenge or add some ideas to it?
How are you doing? Welcome back! That's what we're all going to do....try!! 😊 It better to try than to quit!! Guess what? You're back and that means alot.
I eat when I am bored, I eat when I am tired, I eat when I am frustrated. I am constantly eating for reasons other than hunger. How do I stop? It's like it just slips under my radar and next thing I know, I have polished off a whole pie, or cookies or bag of potato chips.
I have PCOS, Diabetes 2, fatty liver, and a lot of abdominal belly fat. I am looking for a meal plan that is actually sustainable to do with simple basic food menus that my husband, who has food texture problems and food allergies, can eat too.
You name the diet, I think I have tried it. I loose 10-20 lbs and then stop loosing weight. I get frustrated and end up giving up. So any suggestions?
I realise that my inability to lose weight is psychological. I've been through a lot of therapy over the years and we've identified the sources and triggers. But even though I am aware of my triggers and emotional eating and secret eating habits, I just can't seem to get into the mindframe of "now I will only eat clean and healthy", "no more bingeing" etc. The big irony is that I do really enjoy eating healthy, but I also go and eat lots of rubbish.
Has anyone tried hypnotherapy to help deal… read more
I would avoid this like the plague! Dangerous.
So as we all go down this road known as obesity together, to those of you who go to the gym like I do. My question is this. When you get in a rut (we all get there) what do you do to motivate yourself to get out of the rut?