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    Mind Over Matter - Losing Weight is Mental

    Mind Over Matter - Losing Weight is Mental


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    Mind Over Matter - Losing Weight is Mental

    Shifting your mindset about how to lose weight is the biggest factor in losing weight. Sure, you can pick some new, quick fix diet out there and drop some weight but you may gain it all back once you discontinue the deprivation you've been on. It's easy to get obsessed with results, focus on quick fixes and lose sight of sustainability and health. 
    We can't shift our weight from the outside without realizing the correct inner resolve and intention.
    Here are some helpful affirmations to keep in mind on your weight loss journey:
    • *Better health, a longer life, more enjoyment in everyday activities and the prevention of diabetes and heart disease, energy levels and mood more regulated throughout the day, being able to walk longer in the grocery store without as many aches and pains. These are all exceptional benefits for our body! 
    • Why do we struggle so much? It's because we're battling our mind, heart and emotions, which are all very powerful. The traumatic experiences you endured in life are there to help build you into the person you are meant to be, but you have to choose how they define you. Do they fill you with self-doubt, self-hate, and self-sabotage or do they build you into a warrior?
    • Say goodbye to guilt when it comes to healthy eating. There's just no room for it, and there's definitely no place for punishing yourself if you slip up on your healthy eating goals. Stop feeling guilty, show yourself some grace, and just pick up where you left off if you do get off track. We have to stop looking at food as a reward or exercising if we overeat as a punishment. Both healthy eating and exercise are two forms of self-care, so we need to reframe how we think about them. Start to think about how transforming eating habits for the better is a form of self-care. So, reward yourself daily with nutrient-dense meals and snacks instead of looking at cheat meals as your "reward." It's easy to get caught up in healthy eating goals and wanting to transform eating habits immediately. Rapidly changing everything right this second may prove to be too overwhelming, and it may set you up for a ton of disappointment. 
    If you want to transform the way you think about healthy eating, you may have to change your lens a bit. Healthy eating doesn't have to be hard, overwhelming or out of reach. By simply changing your mindset, you may find healthy eating to be easier, more achievable, and more possible for the long-term.

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