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Who you are:
You are successful, smart, and attractive, and how you look is very important to you. You try to eat healthy but over the last couple of years you keep gaining weight no matter what you eat. Your biggest need right now is to lose weight, get control over your cravings and binges, and start feeling confident in your body. You are looking for a specific plan for how to stop overeating, binging and feeling guilty about the food you eat and how to start losing weight while enjoying tasty food that's good for you.
What your issues tend to be:
You really want your sexy body back but right now you are upset and frustrated because none of the diets you tried work and none of your clothes fit. You are on a diet rollercoaster and you seem to keep falling off the wagon and back into your old habits. You feel tired and hopeless from trying so hard and having small or no results. You either are not eating enough and skipping meals or overeating at night and feeling guilty. If we’re really honest, sometimes you stopped going out because you don’t feel confident in your body and in the clothes you can wear. You feel that each meal is a constant battle with your willpower that you too often lose.
What do you need most right NOW:
Your primary focus needs to be on creating a simple plan that is clear and easy to follow. You need to know exactly what to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and what to have as snacks. No more skipping meals and starving yourself during the day and then attacking your fridge at night. When you have your plan on auto-pilot you can stop thinking about what to eat all the time. You’ll start feeling good about the food you eat and experience less cravings, binges and overeating. It’s all about a specific step-by-step action plan to get out of feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, and hopeless and feel in control so you can move forward quickly yet comfortably, and start seeing results.
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June 27 .............................................................................
Are you living in the COMFORT zone?
I'm sure that you know somebody like Jane or John.
Jane (or John, if you prefer) comes home from work, turns on the TV, or the computer, eats her/his dinner mindlessly, checking messages and surfing the Internet. After dinner s/he opens a pint of Haagen Daz or a beer or a bag of chips… and "chillaxes" (a combination of chilling and relaxing) for an hour or two… or more. Chillaxing reduces stress or perhaps just numbs the emotions for a while. The pint of ice cream or the beer help as well. Without the TV, the computer, the ice cream or the beer, life would feel boring, lonely, and stressful. These habits are created to stay comfortable and feel less anxious and bored.
And, there is nothing wrong with that… except, Jane also complains that she would feel better about herself if she weighed a few pounds less. She believes that because of her weight she is single and doesn’t have a boyfriend. John feels uncomfortable in his body and doesn’t have many friends.
Well, an ice cream, a beer, a bag of chips while watching TV or surfing internet may feel good for a while but won't get them closer to these (supposed) goals. Just the opposite it will keep them stuck exactly where they are as long as they allow it.
What both Jane and John need is a new mindset… and find a new “zone” to live in. They must create a new “fun zone” or “happiness zone” for themselves. Notice that I said create a new “fun zone” or “happiness zone” instead of leaving your comfort zone. After all, who wants to be uncomfortable?
Instead of being committed to your couch, TV and other sources of “comfort” and “fun”, you need to start being committed to yourselves. After all, loving ourselves is the best commitment we can make. I’m not talking about being selfish but nurturing our bodies and our souls with love, food, relationships, spiritual practice, physical activity.
Believing that there is a new and better comfort zone, in fact, more of a "happiness zone" out there will make it easier for you to manage stress, eat well, and look and feel your best.
And, guess what. The guys and girls who are in their "happiness zones" are the ones that are attracting other girls and guys. "Happy and comfortable" is very attractive! Comfortable, but dissatisfied isn't.
All of this is not only possible, but easier than you think.
Like with nutrition if you want to make changes in your way of eating you need to replace the layers of the old and unhealthy habits and replace them with new layers of healthy eating habits instead.
I would like to share with you My 3 Tips to live more in a “fun zone” and less in the “comfort zone”:
1. Have fun in your own life instead of watching other people having fun on TV!
Make a list of things that you always want to do, like go for a bike ride, get a massage, go to a cooking class, take a dance lesson or a Zumba class, then circle 3 things on the list… and DO IT! Not in a week, not next month, do it this week and weekend… starting today!
2. Shift your thinking! From Food = Fun (translation, Eating = Fun) to Friends and
Company = Fun (translation, Relationships, Love, Experiences = Fun)
Get together with your friends and people you love and enjoy and celebrate their company more than the food. (I would suggest also you choose a restaurants that offer healthy food options or prepare a healthy meals for your parties to stay committed to your goals:)
3. Go on a first date with your food!
Would you go on a first date with a hot guy/girl and check your emails, facebook, and send text messages to your friends? You would never do THAT! You would focus all your attention on him/her listening, paying attention, enjoying the experience.
I want you to treat the food that you eat the same exact way you would your first date. Focus, relax, enjoy, listen, take your time. But, enjoy the experience. It’s the difference between dining and just eating.
If you are like Jane or John and you are ready to start living less in the “comfort zone” and more in the “fun zone”, let’s talk.
Sending you lots of love,