Feed Your Soul,
Nourish Your Life.
Helping people end their emotional eating.
It’s painful when you can’t stop overeating.
- You tell yourself you should know how to stop overeating by now, even though you don’t.
- You imagine how much better life could be without those extra pounds.
- You want to stop thinking about food and overeating.
You are a smart person and this is the one area you just cannot figure out.
- You have tried diet after diet, exercise, pills and maybe even surgery and nothing has worked.
- You feel embarrassed to talk about it.
- You know what you are “supposed to do” and you can’t do it.
Are you an Emotional Eater?
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Emotional Eating Solutions Self Study
This program is for you if you are motivated to end emotional eating, are tired of diets, and want a success plan.
If you are ready to get off the diet roller coaster and turn your life around this program is for you.
Stop Overeating- Quick Fix Guide
I have created a Quick Fix Guide that, when followed, it can help you curb those food cravings.
This struggle affects other areas of your life:
You hate how your body looks.
You are embarrassed to wear your favorite clothes or even go outside, because of how you’ll look.
You are afraid you will pass you’re eating issues onto your kids.
You don’t have the energy to get through the day.
It’s hard to even talk about your difficulties with food. It’s too complicated. You’ve tried everything you know. I get it.
I know you have tried everything and you do not know what else to do.
The problem is tough to deal with on your own. You have tried many diets to deal with this problem. If diets worked, you would have lost the weight by now. You are not alone. I understand. You can get a handle on food and not have it rule your life.
Wondering if this program works? Here are some results from participants.
Here are some results:
- Participants report they are better able to stop eating when they are comfortably full.
2. Participants report they are less likely to eat if they are not hungry at mealtime.
3. Participants report they are able to identify how they are feeling when they are overeating.
4. They report they are more likely to handle emotional situations before they overeat.
Here is a comment from a former participant: “I learned to look at the challenges in my life from a different perspective. Moving from a road block or hassle to a choice, a decision I get to make so I can live a better life.”*