December 02, 2022
“Every year I would barely eat before Christmas dinner to “save up” my calories. I would be so hungry that by the time dinner rolled around I would eat so fast that I barely tasted my food. Now that I’ve learned how to nourish myself and listen to my body, I can actually take my time and enjoy Christmas dinner.”
“Before I always felt like I had to work off holiday eating through exercise. The holidays are already busy and this was one more thing to fit in. Now I move when I want to. Sometimes I move as a way to destress but never because I feel like I need to earn my food.”
“As a family we would make holiday cookies each year. While I loved them, I would always feel so much guilt about eating additional sweets that it would ruin the experience. Now I can enjoy them without guilt and shame. They’re just another part of what makes the holidays fun.”Do You Want To...
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In my practice, I often work with people who are managing a chronic disease (diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, etc.) and while weight loss is never a focus, there is a common misconception that when individuals start making dietary changes to manage their chronic disease, weight loss will follow. After all, we're always taught that if we eat the "right" foods and move in the "right" ways, our bodies will get smaller.
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