You've counted calories for years, swore by your food scale, and have read more nutrition labels than you could even begin to count.
You've spent globs of money on gym memberships and classes.
You've gone to bed almost every night beating yourself up for eating 10-miles-past-full and snacking your way through your after-dinner TV time.
 
And right before you go to bed, you promise yourself, "I'll be better tomorrow".
 
 
There are so many other things to think about and reasons to put it off. 
Covid. Remote learning. Remote working. A big deadline. Kids at home way more than normal. Weekend plans with your quarantine pod.
 
 
And now you're terrified that you'll never figure this out, thinking that you may just be too obsessed with food and eating to ever lose weight and feel free.
How do I know this? 
Because that was 100% me. 
  • I know what it's like to go to bed night after night so full from the combo of food and shame, you feel like you may want to vomit.
 
  • I know what's it's like to wake up full of regret and promising yourself that today will be different.
  • I know what it's like not to be able to shut off the constant food noise in your head and wonder if a lobotomy is the only solution.
  • I know what it's like to feel hopeless because you've tried everything you can think of and nothing's worked. 
I also know what it's like to live life not only at my ideal weight, but  totally free to take a bite of a cupcake, savor its delicious-ness, and have no desire for the 2nd bite.
I taught my brain how to do that...and I can teach your brain to do that too.
Reading this thinking, 'wow, sounds great, but that won't work for me?'
You're thinking that because...
 
 
 
 
 
 
It's a totally different approach.
I bet when you've tried to lose weight before, you told yourself you 'can't' or 'shouldn't' eat [insert yummy food here] and thought if you could only eat kale at every meal, you'd be set.
But the problem with that is that your entire focus was on just saying no. 
And you had no clue what to do when, in-the-moment-with-cookie-in-hand, you didn't WANT to say no. 
I am going to teach you how to go to the control center of your brain, the part of your brain that can make rational decisions, in the interest of longer-term self interest, called the prefrontal cortex. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
It's hacking your own brain. You're not changing or getting rid of the hungry monster part of your brain.. you just learn how to TURN ON the other part of your brain.
Willpower feels frenetic and tense. When you learn how to turn on the other part of your brain, you can have the cookie in your hand and want to eat it, but there will be a calmness that will allow you to feel like you can call the shots… without feeling strained.
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This is a skill that diets and exercise programs don't teach.
 
But it's what's been keeping you from losing your weight for good. 
If you're looking for a totally new approach to weight loss- one that teaches you how to get to and stay at your goal weight forever- minus the anguish and deprivation..
Click here to schedule a free, no-obligation consult call with me. 
It's a 60-minute conversation designed to give you an understanding of where you are at, what I do and if it is a good fit for you. I'll ask questions, you talk, I listen. And then we decide if we are a good fit together.
Your weight loss starts here: 

The words, "I'll be better tomorrow" feel like they may be your tagline.

But it's a bit like groundhogs day- tomorrow ends up just like today.
Eating feels like the only relief you get from all the stress.
My clients learn how to break the pull food has over them, stop obessing, still eat what they love AND lose weight.
You've never tried to lose weight this way before. 
And you'll be able to experience that moment of having the cookie in your hand in a completely different way. 
Willpower will become unnecessary.

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