From: Anne Cuthbert MA, LPC, LMHC, Licensed Mental Health Counselor Specializing with Binge Eating Disorders. Dear: Woman are tired of the yo-yo diet cycle that gets you nowhere – except more obsessed with food and your body?
Find yourself at the fridge, over and over again, never full and never fully satisfied
Know you eat for emotional reasons but you have no idea why or how to stop
Think about food and eating much more than you want or know you should
Are tired of dieting just to find yourself out of control and binging once again
If you have any of these challenges with food, I can help you end this crazy making cycle so you can finally eat what you want and what’s good for your body, without guilt.
The secret to resolving food challenges is to let go of those diets that don’t work and never will!
Lots of people are doing the diet thing, trying to get the weight under control so they feel good about themselves. Like 98% of people, over and over again, you find they don’t work! Well, it isn’t you that failed. It’s the diet!
You probably know that Restrictive Dieting Plus Emotional Eating Equals A Never Ending Self-Critical Cycle of Feeling Out of Control with Food
Diets just keep you in the cycle of restricting your favorite foods which is exactly what leads you back to binging on those foods and feeling out of control. Diets teach you to not trust yourself and are the key reason you feel so out of control with food. They don’t work!
I’ll teach you what will work to get you off the diet roller coaster and on with your life!
Learn the number one tool to stopping the binge cycle in its tracks
With my 4-Week Self-Study Program “Battle of the Binge”. Your First Step to Freeing Yourself form the Binge Eating & Emotional Eating for Good!
Battle of the Binge is a self-study course that you do in the privacy of your own home. Instant Access to all four weeks of Audio Sessions & the Battle of the Binge Workbook. I will teach you everything you need in order to take your first big step to get out of the cycle of dieting and binging. Each week on the “Battle” Office Hourse, we will go over any questions, concerns, roadblocks etc. that you may have. You will have time to work on each step along the way. I’ll be in your ear, encouraging you along the way.
Here’s some of the results you’ll get:
Move far away from the binge cycle so you can trust yourself with food again.
Start giving your emotions what they really want so you don’t have to turn to food for anything but fuel for your body.
Enjoy your favorite foods again without any worry that it’ll start you on the slippery slope to binge-ville.
Never find yourself in a bad mood due to the deprivation feeling of yet another diet.
All of my clients have found not only lasting success with these tools but many find relief from binging very quickly.
This self-study course was created because this step alone can help you make significant strides in letting go of emotional eating. It’s that powerful and I want you to have this tool! Imagine living a life without dieting, without binging, without heading to the fridge for comfort. You can have this life because this step works!
In this course:
You will receive all the information you need to put an end to binging. I will give you specific tools that you can implement right away so you can see results immediately.
This program will take you off the diet treadmill so you can start listening and trusting your body again. No longer will you need to deny yourself what you love. You’ll get the courage and hope you’ve been seeking to let go of the vicious circle that dieting traps you in.
You will see how doing this one step will completely change your view of food. It’s the most important step to changing your relationship with food forever. You will join the many women who have given up on the empty promise of diet misery.
You will learn how to end the pattern of emotional eating because I’ll teach you how to deal with your feelings in a way that’s healthy. Your emotional health is the key to authentic happiness.
This is for you if…
You have realized that dieting doesn’t work, are tired of blaming yourself for the failure of the diet, and you’re ready for something that will bring you peace. You may feel afraid to give up the diet and the hope dieting brings. However, you realize there’s more to life than the next diet and failed promises.
You know you’re eating for emotional reasons but you’re not quite sure how to change this pattern. You want to be emotionally healthy, grow and change. You want to learn how to cope with stress in a way that works and let go of turning to food to do it.
You are tired of feeling out of control with food. You want food to stop having some magical power over you. You’re ready to take your life back!
Battle of the Binge 4-Week Warrior Program
Week 1: Put an End to Binging
Ever felt like a failure for binging after weeks of successful restricting? Ever blamed yourself that you couldn’t stay on that diet that promised you successful weight loss and a happy life, forever?
Well, it’s not your fault! Making food good or bad only leaves you thinking you’re good or bad because you want to eat. It’s also the #1 reason you binge. I’ve got news for you: You’re neither good nor bad for desiring anything!
This module will help you end the cycle of viewing food as good or bad that translates into good me / bad me. You will learn to change your mindset around food – to recognize your thoughts around food and to change your interaction with it.
This is the module that will completely change how you interact with food because you will, for the first time, let go of the cycle that always leads you back to the binge.
Week 2: Listen to Your Emotions and Tackle Common Challenges
Do you have fears around letting go of dieting? Are you convinced you’ll gain weight? Do you wonder how you’ll replace what food gives you? Are you worried about what to do if you don’t eat to cope?
During this program, I’ll share with you tips to conquering common challenges I hear from people embarking on this journey. Learn how to change your thinking, how to use your desire to eat to teach you how you feel, and how to feel your feelings rather than run from them. You will start to separate food from your feelings so you can live that happy life you want.
Part of ending the cycle is handling how you view food. The other part is managing your emotions in a healthy way. The emotions part is the key to true happiness and completely leaving food obsession behind. This week’s session will start you on that journey.
Week 3: Tackle the Critical Voice
Do you blame yourself for, well, nearly everything? Do you feel like a failure and/or fear failure? Are you a perfectionist?
In week 3, you will learn all about how your critical voice sabotages you and what to do about it. You will learn how to add in more nurturing and why that’s so important. I will also teach you how to use your disordered behaviors around food to teach you more about yourself. No longer let your behaviors rule you; let them teach you.
Working on these aspects will help you feel more peace and freedom in your life. I know you want that and I want it for you too!
Week 4: Reset Thinking Errors
Our culture teaches some pretty nasty stuff when it comes to food and body image. We have so many beliefs about what’s healthy and what isn’t. It’s so powerful that it can completely effect how you feel about yourself, and not for the better!
The last week’s program will help you learn what to say to yourself around food and body image so you can make a shift in your thinking. What you believe to be true now impacts your binging behaviors.
Challenge your beliefs! Learn to stand up for yourself! Take steps to feel great about yourself and to start to accept your body.
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Food Freedom! Program SCHOLARSHIP ($1800 value)
This 4 week self-study course covers in great detail the first step in the full Food Freedom! Program.
The Food Freedom! Program
This is our 12 week telephone group program in which I take you through all the steps to completely heal your relationship with food and body image.
Your investment for this self-study course will provide a discount from the Food Freedom! Program!
After you get a taste of the freedom you can have with food, you won’t want to miss out on the Food Freedom! Program. I want to support you in finding the freedom you desire. Therefore, I would love to have you join the program.
At the end of the program, you will receive a free Food Freedom Breakthrough Telephone Session. In this session, we will go over all the progress you made during the self-study course and I will answer any left-over questions you might have. We will also talk about your next steps to fully freeing yourself from food challenges!
You will love this FABULOUS self-study course!
All you have to lose is the shameful cycle of binging and restricting which no longer serves the Authentic You!
What you will receive:
Four MP3 audio downloads, INSTANT ACCESS. So you have time to work on each step along the way
Battle of the Binge Workbook that will increase your learning and understanding
A Scholarship to the Food Freedom! Program. A 3 month, group support program where you get my help to take this step and all the steps toward complete freedom with food and acceptance of your body
Here’s how it works:
After you purchase the program, you will get instant access to the program as an MP3 audio program right away to your email inbox.
Listen on your computer or download to your MP3 player. Listen over and over again.
Right away, you will also receive the Battle of the Binge Workbook. Download the workbook, print it out and use it for more support and to deepen your learning.
Weekly “Battle” Office Hours with Anne. Each week you have the opportunity to join on an anonymous call with Anne to go over your questions, concerns and receive support.
Only you can make the choice, whether you’re perfectly happy with how things are going for you now, or whether you’re ready for a shift.
But more than that… when you combine the feeling of using food for fuel with living your life as you want to be, you have an incredible sense of fulfillment. And that’s what it’s all about, isn’t it? It’s about more than food… it’s about the quality of life that you have always wanted.
It is something you have always wanted and I want it for you too! I sincerely hope you get started right away. This world needs you and all that you have to offer it. No longer let a struggle with food hold you back!
About Anne Cuthbert
Anne Cuthbert knows what it’s like to obsess about and hate her body. After years of struggling, she finally realized that life could be a so much better and started on her path of personal growth.
Anne is living a vibrant, healthy and joyful life in the body she now accepts and even shows off at times. Along the way she studied psychology, disordered eating, and discovered the value of exposing emotions to help others make similar changes.
With her Master’s Degree in hand, Anne is Licensed Counselor in three States and is armed for sharing her own growth and compassion as true gifts for others.
14 Day Satisfaction Guarantee! (No Questions Asked)
Just as I recommend sending back food that you don’t like (at a restaurant or at home), I want you to be satisfied with this program! If, after you immerse yourself in the first week’s program and find it isn’t as helpful as you hoped. No problem. Just let me know and I will refund your money.
P.S. Still have questions? Email me at email@example.com I look forward to hearing from you.
P.P.S. Close your eyes for a minute and imagine yourself six months from now. Are you still exactly where you are now or are you engaging in life and feeling good about your body and food? The choice is yours. Six months from now, you’ll wish you’d started this today.
First, the good news — it’s almost impossible to gain 5 pounds of fat in two days. Each pound of fat stores 3,500 calories, so gaining 5 pounds of fat would require eating 17,500 extra calories in two days, in addition to the calories you need to maintain your weight.
When you don’t get enough rest, your levels of ghrelin (a hormone that makes you want to eat) go up. Meanwhile, your levels of leptin (a hormone that decreases hunger and the desire to eat) go down. These two hormones control feelings of hunger. The result: You feel hungry even if your body doesn’t need food.
Some research suggests that changes in the levels of the hormones estrogen and progesterone cause cravings for foods rich in carbohydrates and sugars before a period. … Compulsive eating before a period can sometimes indicate premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD).
How can you modify your eating habits? Don’t skip meals. You should be hungry when you go to eat a meal. … Pause before eating. … Banish distractions. … Chew more bites. … Keep track. … Address stress. … Eat at home. … Choose wholesome foods.
One day of binge eating may add a pound or two, but it’s temporary water weight, not fat. Continuously eating more calories than your body needs — day after day — is what causes fat gain. Consult with your doctor if you think your binge eating is out of control and is affecting your weight.
15 Healthy Foods to Eat After a Binge Yogurt. The probiotic power of yogurt can help tame tummy troubles brought on by too much food. … Bananas. Blood pressure on the rise from a sodium surge? … Oatmeal. A bowl of this breakfast staple will start your day on the right foot. … Green tea. … Nuts. … Beans. … Eggs. … Spinach.
One day off the healthy eating won’t hurt, you think. … Just one day of binge eating can have a big impact on your body, according to a new study. Researchers from the University of Loughborough asked 15 healthy people to eat a high fat diet for one day. They ate 78 per cent more calories than the recommended amount.
To help stop emotional eating, try these tips:Keep a food diary. Write down what you eat, how much you eat, when you eat, how you’re feeling when you eat and how hungry you are. … Tame your stress. … Have a hunger reality check. … Get support. … Fight boredom. … Take away temptation. … Don’t deprive yourself. … Snack healthy.
Nighttime eating may be the result of overly restricted daytime food intake, leading to ravenous hunger at night. It may also be caused by habit or boredom. … Binge eaters also tend to eat very large amounts of food in one sitting and feel out of control while they are eating ( 6 ).
10 Ways to Get Back on Track After a BingeGo for a Walk. Share on Pinterest. … Sleep It Off. Getting enough sleep after an episode of overeating is a good way to fight off cravings and get the next day off on the right foot. … Eat a Healthy Breakfast. … Stay Hydrated. … Try Yoga. … Fill up on Veggies. … Avoid Skipping Meals. … Start Exercising.
No, you can’t actually gain weight from one day of overeating. You would have to eat 3,500 additional calories that day to gain just one pound of fat. … Many people complain that they gain weight around the holidays, but you’ll be happy to know that you can’t really gain weight from a single meal or day of overeating.
Behavioral and emotional signs and symptoms of binge-eating disorder include:Eating unusually large amounts of food in a specific amount of time, such as over a two-hour period.Feeling that your eating behavior is out of control.Eating even when you’re full or not hungry.Eating rapidly during binge episodes.
Every meal you eat regardless of macronutrient composition “ triggers dopamine release. Dopamine is a feel-good chemical associated with feelings of happiness and reward. … Second, with binge eating, your pancreas goes into overdrive, releasing larger-than-normal amounts of insulin.
After bingeing, a person feels guilt or shame because they ate too much. These feelings can cause more overeating. Stress and Anxiety. Sometimes people binge after they’ve gone through a major stressful event, like a divorce or losing a job.
What Is Binge Eating? Binge. The word is often used to describe an episode of heavy drinking. However, it can also mean something different when the substance that is overconsumed is food. In some situations, binge eating can be considered an eating disorder, called binge eating disorder