Nourishing with Healthy Food
The other half of the story is who we are as eaters.
We’re all biochemically unique and our physiology is profoundly impacted by our mind and emotions, and there’s a fascinating science behind it all. So if you’re doing everything you’ve been told to do, and still not getting the results you want, Dynamic Eating Psychology & Mind Body Nutrition can help you figure out why.
They can help you figure out why you don’t do what you know you “should” and why some approaches that work for others don’t work for you.
“I’ve lost 80lbs, in 9 months before, and gained it all back, in a matter of months. I was still exercising, and eating as good as I could, but then, I just couldn’t retain the weight loss, and to this day I am still off and on again.
I know why I continue to have these struggles, and it has to do with how I feel about myself. I was getting a lot of attention, and I was not ready for it.”
Would you like our certified trained coaches of psychology of weight loss, help you incorporate and understand the seven breakthrough principals from this cutting edge body of
Each One of Us has a Unique Relationship with Food and Body that Needs to be Honored, Respected, and Nurtured
What this means is that eating psychology and nutrition are NOT a one-size-fits-all affair. Each of us must be seen for how our own unique metabolism, lifestyle, personality, and more synergize together to create a one-of-a-kind relationship with food that needs to be addressed on
its own terms. In other words, there is NOT “ONE RIGHT WAY” to lose weight, stop overeating, or transform unwanted eating habits.
There are as many effective strategies as there are people who need them. Doesn’t it make sense that a 50-year-old menopausal woman living in
a cold weather climate needs a different nutritional approach than a 22-year-old male athlete in the tropics?
Food is a Doorway
What this means is that we have all kinds of challenges with food and body that aren’t quite what we think they are. When we truly look at what’s going on with our eating, it generally takes us somewhere else.
Our relationship with food is a beautiful doorway that’s asking us to walk through. That doorway invariably takes us deeper within ourselves to
Our Relationship With Food & Body is a Great Teacher
Once we walk through the doorway, we’re essentially in a kind of classroom. And the wisdom of Life is asking us to learn about ourselves. The body is here to teach us. There are so many lessons we can learn, and the learning in life never stops.
Dynamic Transformational Responsive Mindset understands that it’s NOT about solving all of our eating challenges and having the perfect body and perfect weight and we then we live happily ever after.