If someone were to tell you that you could have it, and you only needed to do two things, would you do them?
Let’s find out.
Here’s the big secret:
It’s not about knowing what foods to avoid.
Anyone can find a list of generally accepted healthy and unhealthy foods in ten seconds on the internet.
The key to finally having that sustainable relationship with food that keeps you consistently feeling good has nothing to do with knowing what to eat, and everything to do with knowing how to get yourself to eat it.
So the first thing you need to do is shift your context from:
“What should I be eating?”
“How can I learn to consistently eat what I know is good for me?”
This has the power to completely change the way you relate to food for the rest of your life.
The second thing you need to do is this:
Actually do whatever you discover in answering that question.
The bad news is it’s harder for most people to do this than to simply start a new diet.
The good news is, if you’re willing, it will get you where you’ve always wanted to go.
If you want to learn how to bring lasting change to your eating habits, the “Do It Right, Do It Once” system you receive when you join our “Lose Weight for the Last Time Newsletter” will teach you how.