Whenever I talk about eating in moderation, having a cookie or two then stopping, or the fact that it is possible to not eat an entire jar of peanut butter in one sitting, I get a lot of resistance:
“Are you crazy! I could NEVER stop at two cookies! I could never have just one scoop of peanut butter! You don’t get it, I LOVE food!”
And I used to think the same exact way.
I love to eat. I love food. I have a big appetite. I always have. And for a long time, I made that mean something bad.
It meant I had no control. It meant I would always be someone who couldn’t stop at 2 pieces of chocolate. It meant that my weight was just gonna keep climbing and I’d have to figure out how to live with that.
But something happened about 5 years ago that completely changed not only my relationship with food and my body.
For the first time in my life, loving to eat, loving food and having a big appetite wasn’t a bad thing anymore. I cracked the code on how to have a few bites of something and not have to polish it off, and I was both losing weight and eating foods I loved with minimal effort.
That shift happened when I started implementing two key things – and in this episode, I’m telling you exactly what those two things are.
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