Is The Diet Industry One Big Lie?
Hello, loves! I have something SO special to share with you today. This community has really grown over the past year, and most of you are new to what I’m about to share, which is very exciting! (I made a special video for you below, so don't miss it:)
Let’s talk about dieting. The concept seems to rear its ugly head a few times per year, especially after the holidays and at the start of the school season (now!) when we’re all feeling amped up after summer.
I have a question for you today, though.
What if we lived in a world where dieting didn’t exist? (Because let’s be honest, dieting makes us all a lil’ cray cray.)
I don’t know about you, but the concept of “life without dieting” has me wanting to raise my hands in the air and vigorously start clapping. 👏
Can you imagine what life would be like if dieting were a thing of the past? How simple things would be if you never had to…
- Second-guess whether what you just ate was “good” or “bad” (Guilty.)
- Listen to your Mom or coworker or best friend’s advice on how to finally give up sugar
- Pay attention to magazine covers that make you believe you can lose 10 pounds in 7 days, like the one pictured
- Feel like if you’re not dieting, you’re doing something wrong
These feelings, my beautiful friend, are real. And they’re far too common.
Yes, there have been success stories from traditional dieting methods. But they’re few and far between.
Most people who diet (over 66 percent!) and actually lose weight end up gaining it all back within 1-4 years.
Statistics don’t lie. And us women who take up the bulk of the diet market? We look like crazy people.
Here’s how the story usually goes...
We engage in a new diet/lifestyle for a matter of days or weeks (whether it’s Jenny Craig or Paleo or Raw Vegan), maybe find success (but probably not), and feel like sh*t when we can’t keep it together and end up binging or torturing ourselves mentally.
But then wait! There’s this other new diet your friend told you about that you should try.
And the cycle goes on and on.
By definition, do you see how dieting is simply a version of insanity?
I’ve done it, and I know you’ve done it too. I’ve never met a woman who hasn’t dieted or experienced some sort of dysfunction in her relationship to food.
The good news is that you’re not alone in doing it and there IS a way out.
As a nutritionist and healthy living expert who truly cares about her community, my goal for you is to NEVER have to diet again.
I want you to be able to see those magazine covers and laugh to yourself because you know losing 10 pounds in 7 days is completely unrealistic. (And F those guys for lying to you about it. Right?!)
I want you to be able to watch Dr. Oz or The Today Show without buying into the latest diet hype because you’ve figured out how to eat in a way that works for YOUR body, and you don’t need their generalized and often promotion-based advice.
And I want you to be happy. The kind of happy where regardless of where you are in your health right now, you can look in the mirror with a smile on your face without one judgmental thought crossing your mind--because you know you’re working at a pace that feels good to you.
Those overnight success stories and six-packs you see on Instagram and Facebook? A lot of them aren’t real. So stop comparing yourself to what you think you see and only compare yourself to the person you were yesterday.
What I just told you is exactly how I’ve learned to live my life. And I’m going to teach you how to do all of this and more in my 3-Part Video Training Series called Food or Fiction.
Dieting sucks. Let’s just call it what it is. You and I both want to be over it, and I’m going to teach you how I’ve let go of the diet mindset and learned to live a NON-diet approach to life, so you can escape those lies and live your very best life!
Make sure to watch this special video I made for you below.
The video series is totally free, so click here to sign up. I promise you’re going to love it! The first video releases Thursday, September 21st.