When was the last time you felt guilty because you ate a favorite dessert or meal? Have you ever wondered why feeling guilty after eating our favorite foods, or any food, is even an optional response?
When did you last use a workout as punishment, perhaps for overindulging or missing several workouts? Have you ever done a workout to “earn” the right to eat a favorite treat or to “atone” for “blowing your diet”?
Have you ever attached your self-worth to the number you saw on the bathroom scale, or had your day ruined by it?
A better question is, why do we do these unhelpful things? Why do we value ourselves by some arbitrary number? Why do we follow rigid diets that can create a fear of food? Why do we allow health and fitness, something that is supposed to make us feel great about ourselves and improve our quality of life, be a continuous source of frustration that leaves us feeling less than?
Enough is enough.
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This book is for the person who knows that how they eat and work out should make them feel great about themselves. That health and fitness should be an enjoyable, sustainable, empowering lifestyle free from obsession, deprivation, frustration, guilt, and a negative body image … but struggles to make it happen.
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