If you eat when you're not hungry, this is probably why

Are you completely happy in every aspect of your life, except for this one thing where you sometimes eat large quantities of food that you know will make you feel dull, nauseous, tired, and unmotivated about life?

Didn’t think so.

What is it exactly that we’re doing when we have intense cravings for foods that we know aren’t good for us?

Filling a hole that’s been created in some aspect of our life.

When I’m living a truly fulfilling day, there’s no desire for the fancy cupcake around the corner. I’m just happy being me, living a day in the life I always wanted for myself.

But when I wasn’t fully me yet?

God, those were rough times.

Hundreds of days turned awful by sugar binges from out of nowhere.

So what’s changed?

I got clear about who I wanted to be. I stopped hanging out with people who weren’t on board with that. I started using my natural talents (you have them too, even if you think you don’t) each and every day.

And now I eat something sugary maybe a few times a year, for fun, because I actually want to enjoy the taste, not to fill some hole in my day.

Do more of what you love.

Find a pathway out of doing less of what you hate.

Express your unique talents and show the world who you really are.

Then look back someday and realize that yeah...

It’s all connected.

Small changes add up to a lot. And it doesn't have to be that hard.

There are basic changes you can make to your day, and to your eating habits, that will dramatically change how much you eat, quickly.

If you want to learn how, join us here:


Jason (& Kate)


Jason Su