Often dieting becomes a life long project.
Going from diet to another, losing interest.
The weight goes back on.
More often than not with a few extra pounds for your trouble.
Why Dieting Is Not The Answer
• Dieting does not deal
with emotional or additive eating.
• Dieting makes "forbidden"
food more tempting and takes away the pleasure
• Dieting does not help you understand your body's nutritional
• Dieting increases guilt if not followed. This leads
to failure and low
So the cycle goes on.
The Weight Reduction
with Emotional Eating
Eliminates Addictions and Cravings
Releases the "Can and Can't Have" syndrome.
Encourages you to understand Physical Hunger.
Helps you to let go of Guilt.
Increases your ability for meal times to be a Normal, Satisfying
and Pleasurable Experience.
Builds your Self-Esteem and Confidence.
Provides a Few Simple Steps to Change the way you think about
Ensures that these Positive Changes feel Natural and Remain
All too often eating habits
have very little to do with food and hunger.
Emotional hunger is one of the primary causes of obesity and
no amount of dieting ever deals with this.
Understanding the difference between physical hunger and emotional
hunger, dealing with it, is a major step towards your weight
Addictions and cravings for certain foods are learnt behaviours,
by eliminating these, you are nearer to your goal.
When people feel they are overweight food becomes a persistent
thought pattern in the mind. Food becomes either good or bad,
black or white and the ability to enjoy food is lost. The
"Can Have" and the "Can't Have" are constantly
battling inside. A large plate of "Can Have" still
leaves that empty unsatisfied feeling consequently the "Can't
Have" becomes extremely tempting and impossible to ignore.
When you give in, you are left with feelings of guilt, failure,
and your self esteem begins to suffer.