You may have come to the realisation that diets don’t seem to be working for the majority of people.
Yet when it comes to weight loss, diets are the only approach you ever hear about.
If diets are so effective at helping people lose weight, we won’t need hundreds of them, we wouldn’t have an obesity epidemic, and we wouldn’t have a new diet plan appearing in a magazine, newspaper, or book every month.
Diets are ineffective because they mainly rely on the individuals will power and discipline to stick to a certain meal plan or number of calories.
The problem here is weight gain is usually due to overeating in one form or another, and if you overeat regularly, and on a consistent bases, your overeating becomes a habit.
This overeating now becomes part of your unconscious programming. Meaning you are no longer eating consciously.
Your internal signal from your stomach to tell the brain you are full is missed, and so you continue eating until you eventually feel stuffed.
Sugars and fat content comes second.
Overeating is the biggest culprit to weight gain.
That is were the problem lies and the solution needs to begin.
Now let’s examine this notion of eating habits and habits in general because there is a correlation between the two.
Did you know the majority of smokers often find it difficult to stop smoking, and in some cases, find it difficult to even cut down.
Why is this?
Because smoking a certain number of cigarettes a day has become a habit for them. A habit is an internal, unconscious program that has become hardwired in the brain.
This hardwired habit is often difficult to over ride consciously because it will require constant, persistence, and consistent effort.
Just ask a smoker who has tried to quit just how hard it is to override their inner cravings.
The most effective way to change a habit is to change the internal unconscious programming.
Just as you would change the software on a computer if you wanted to perform a different task.
The habit of weight gain is no different. Your constant and persistent overeating has now become a habit.
This overeating program has now become hardwired in your brain. Dieting only allows you to temporarily take in less food.
It does NOTHING to change the habit of overeating that you have acquired.
This is why, when you stop dieting, you put the weight back on because your habit of overeating is still active.
Some diets ask you to eat mindfully. But that still won’t change the internal habit of overeating, will it?
It is crazy to think that we give so much emphasis on dieting when you realise just how ineffective it is.
It’s a temporary solution to a permanent problem.
Not forgetting the emotional stress and anxiety it causes.
So tell me, do you still think dieting is a good idea? No, I didn’t think so.
So what’s the real solution? Really want to know?
Would you like to discover how to change your unconscious eating habits so you actually start eating less, and hence begin to lose weight naturally?