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With this two-book healthy eating bundle from Gabrielle Townsend, you’ll get both the guides for sugar detox and intuitive eating.
If you’ve tried every diet there is, yet you still haven’t achieved your health goals, then keep reading….
Over 50 percent of women are on a diet at any given time, according to Livestrong, but studies show that diets don’t actually lead to sustained weight loss or health benefits for most people.
Researchers at UCLA found that at least two thirds of people who go on a diet regain more weight than they had originally lost within four or five years. This fluctuation in weight increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure.
One of the primary reasons why people regain weight is because it is so hard to stick to a diet. Diets often mean restrictive rules that require you to avoid certain types of food and certain times for eating.
If you are one among the constant dieters who keep failing to sustain any progress in their weight-loss goals, don’t give up just yet. A proven method exists that doesn’t require you to deprive or punish yourself with the sole purpose of fitting into an old pair of jeans.
Intuitive eating is a simple concept that encourages eating based on physical cues of hunger and stopping when you are satisfied – and that’s it. Understanding the principles of intuitive eating is easy, especially if you have an easy-to-follow handbook to refer to. In Kicking the Diet Mindset, you will discover:
- How to prevent overeating by knowing the difference between actual hunger versus boredom
- The healthy activities you can do instead of reflexively turning to food every chance you get
- How family traditions from your childhood may have negatively affected your current eating habits, and how to break free from these unhealthy patterns
- The five easy steps to follow to make lasting changes to your lifestyle and finally reach your weight-loss and health goals
- The dangers of binge eating, and how dieting can trigger this harmful disorder
- Why intuitive eating leads to improved psychological health and self-esteem, increasing the possibility of sticking to healthy habits
- How you can eat exactly what you want without feeling guilty or ashamed
And much more.
Sugar is more addictive than cocaine, but you can give it up for good in just two weeks. You can’t wait to unwrap that chocolate candy. You want it so much that your hands shake while you’re trying to tear through the packaging. Two hours later, you’re cranky, you’re listless, and you crave something sweet again.
It feels that if you don’t have that sugary rush one more time, your head’s going to explode. There is no denying, you are a sugar addict.
Sugar addiction is a real thing. When you eat lots of the white stuff, it acts on the brain in a manner similar to cocaine. That’s why sugar is so difficult to give up. Some people attempting to detox could even experience potent sugar withdrawal symptoms.