How to stop wrestling with your eating and make radical & lasting weight and health shifts
If you are like many other people struggling to reach their ideal weight, you might feel tired, frustrated and like giving up. Most probably you've already tried various diets and exercise regimes that didn't work and think that you simply don't have enough will power to stick to the healthy habits. If you’d love to live in harmony with your body and put an end to unhealthy food habits – cravings, binging, self-punishing rules etc – for good, then keep reading.
It's been 4 months since I attended SFF and so far am 8 kilos lighter. And the great thing is I'm not consciously living differently or denying myself anything - it's just that my addiction to chocolate is no longer there. I still have chocolate now and then, but only when I feel I want to, not because it's there. The craving is gone.
Why most people get caught in an
endless struggle to lose weight!
Diets alone are hopelessly ineffective in the long term, they can even be health damaging. The problem is not about the food – and most of us already know this. You might already know all those nutrition and healthy eating tips, how to exercise and how to lose weight and you might even lie awake at night beating yourself up for all of those "shoulds" you're not doing. So why is that we often fail to do what we should be doing?
Note: In Kevin's video below he describes SFF as a 3-day workshop.
Since then, it has evolved into a condensed 2-day workshop.
The truth is that if you don't deal with the root cause of your dietary problems you will end up in an endless cycle of losing and gaining weight, causing frustration, depression, hopelessness and low self esteem.
No matter how much you wish and will yourself to change your ways, it remains incredibly difficult or even impossible to make definitive and lasting change until you face, address and resolve the underlying old conditioning.
Why do you crave for foods that are actually harmful for you … and how to stop?
Most of us don't clearly realize that our addictions to particular foods are driven by deep and sometimes long-forgotten emotional issues – emotionally charged memories and conditioned patterns from long ago, that have somehow stuck with us and which continue to silently sabotage us. The unhealthy and unwanted automatic behavior patterns are only the results of these emotional issues.
Most of the weight loss programs focus on offering a strict dietary regime that creates frustration and the feeling of worthlessness. So, if we want real and lasting change we must be willing to look beneath the surface, and rather than tinkering with our difficulties at a superficial level, we need to go much deeper… we need to pull them out by the roots.
How Kevin stopped wrestling with his eating and made radical, lasting weight and health shifts
“For much of my 53 years of life I struggled with food. At 14 I felt pudgy and embarrassed about my waistline. At 16 I first looked at my body size with anger and decided to do something 'once and for all' about it. Since my mid-twenties I have fluctuated between being variously 30 to 50 pounds overweight, and although I may have been good at hiding my distress ...” Click here for full story!