“I’ve been on a diet every day since I was 19. Which basically means I’ve been hungry for a decade.” – One of my favorite lines form the 1999 romantic comedy Notting Hill, starring the beautiful Julia Roberts.
The first time I ever heard it, I could totally relate.
In my past efforts of not-so-fun ways to slim down via calorie counting, doubling up on workouts and juice cleansing, I was hungry ALL the time.
I would finish breakfast and immediately start thinking about my next meal.
I struggled with my relationship to hunger for many years, often searching for answers in portion control or meal plans. Only to STILL be hungry ALL the time. And I hear a similar struggle from my clients when we first start working together.
So instead of being hungry for another decade, I want to give you a shortcut to a sustainable, authentic relationship to hunger that will allow you to have more freedom around food.
I personally use this approach and my clients continue to have success with reports of “eating less and feeling full”.
It’s no gimmick and it’s in today’s J-ciniTV episode:
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Love, health and laughter,
P.S. I have some super-duper exciting things to share with you that will put you on the fast track to dropping a pant size without starving yourself. I can’t spill all the beans just yet, but watch your inbox next week. I’d hate for you to miss out on this special stuff!