#1 Struggle is With Overeating and Binge Eating






We wanted to find out what the #1 thing you struggle with the most with your relationship with food so we ran a few polls on social media. For those within our Community, it appears that your #1 struggle is around overeating, binge eating and compulsive eating.

There are so many factors associated with these. In this video, the following is addressed to help you:

1) understand what is overeating and some of the causes;
2) understand what is binge eating and compulsive eating and some of the causes;
3) one (1) very powerful and practical strategy overeaters and binge eaters can use, to feel more in control with eating, for life.

P.S. If you have had Weight Loss Surgery, this will be invaluable to you. If you are wanting to add a practical tool into your life to help you lose and maintain your weight – use this!

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Do You Want to Know More?

Ask Kellee your own questions, and we will answer – via email or YouTube video ๐Ÿ™‚

Click on the following link to ask your own questions, and start getting the answers you need to have a healthier relationship with food, your body and ultimately yourself:

http://bit.ly/ask-kellee

P.S. The more specific you are, the more spot on the answers will be to suit your situation and needs.

General question example – too many variables and very difficult to provide a targeted answer:
Why do I crave sugar?

Specific question example – This has lots of information and I can provide a really targeted answer:

I begin to crave sugar between 2 and 3pm. I just canโ€™t stop thinking about it until I eat something and that usually is chocolate or biscuits.

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For those of you who are ready to gain positive support and start your change process toward better understanding and practical strategies, I have created the Reset Your Mindset: Online Community.

This offers people with a shared experience of body, weight and food issues to have a safe and respectful place where they can be honest about what they are going through.

The first month is free so you have nothing to lose….just the opportunity to be open to a new and positive experience for yourself.

We meet twice a month and have a private online group to connect with throughout the month.

This allows you to have discussions about anything you need help with, guidance through difficult times and celebrate any changes and wins.

Come and join us, just click on the link today ๐Ÿ™‚

http://bit.ly/RYMOC

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Click on the link to learn more:

https://www.mindandbodyarchitect.com

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#1 Struggle is With Overeating and Binge Eating

We wanted to find out what the #1 thing you struggle with the most with your relationship with food so we ran a few polls on social media. For those within our Community, it appears that your #1 struggle is around overeating, binge eating and compulsive eating.

There are so many factors associated with these. In this video, the following is addressed to help you:

1) understand what is overeating and some of the causes;

2) understand what is binge eating and compulsive eating and some of the causes;

3) one (1) very powerful and practical strategy overeaters and binge eaters can use, to feel more in control with eating, for life.

P.S. If you have had Weight Loss Surgery, this will be invaluable to you. If you are wanting to add a practical tool into your life to help you lose and maintain your weight - use this!

=====================

Do You Want to Know More?

Ask Kellee your own questions, and we will answer - via email or YouTube video ๐Ÿ™‚

Click on the following link to ask your own questions, and start getting the answers you need to have a healthier relationship with food, your body and ultimately yourself:

http://bit.ly/ask-kellee

P.S. The more specific you are, the more spot on the answers will be to suit your situation and needs.

General question example - too many variables and very difficult to provide a targeted answer:

Why do I crave sugar?

Specific question example - This has lots of information and I can provide a really targeted answer:

I begin to crave sugar between 2 and 3pm. I just canโ€™t stop thinking about it until I eat something and that usually is chocolate or biscuits.

=====================

For those of you who are ready to gain positive support and start your change process toward better understanding and practical strategies, I have created the Reset Your Mindset: Online Community.

This offers people with a shared experience of body, weight and food issues to have a safe and respectful place where they can be honest about what they are going through.

The first month is free so you have nothing to lose....just the opportunity to be open to a new and positive experience for yourself.

We meet twice a month and have a private online group to connect with throughout the month.

This allows you to have discussions about anything you need help with, guidance through difficult times and celebrate any changes and wins.

Come and join us, just click on the link today ๐Ÿ™‚

http://bit.ly/RYMOC

=====================

Click on the link to learn more:

https://www.mindandbodyarchitect.com

Follow Us:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MindBodyArchitect/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindandbodyarchitect/