Have you wasted hundreds or even thousands of dollars and years of your life trying desperately to lose weight, and failing miserably? Have you resigned to the idea that you will always be fat and will just have to learn to live with it?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, I know EXACTLY how you feel, because I’ve been there.
I was once 80 pounds overweight. Believe me, it wasn’t a matter of wanting to fit into a pair of skinny jeans that finally shook me up enough to take my need to lose weight seriously. It was something else, much greater than any cosmetic daydream. You see, I’d get out of breath just walking from the couch to the fridge to get more ice cream. I was addicted to food and I was seriously miserable. I knew I had to have some sort of eating disorder, because my eating wasn’t normal. No one else I knew ate the way I did and certainly, no one around me was living this low quality life, where I couldn’t shop at normal stores, I refused to ever step foot on a beach and to heck with socializing.. I was embarrassed of the state that I allowed myself to get into and I truly felt that there was no way I could ever change.
I’ll be honest with you. Losing weight was one of the most frustrating tasks I had ever tried. No matter what I did, I always seemed to end up back at square one, promising myself I would ‘start over again’, only see to experience the same, depressing results. But the Slim Down Strategy completely changed my outlook on weight loss by eliminating the obstacles, smashing down barriers and giving me a simple blueprint that is impossible NOT to follow correctly. Let me ask you a few questions:
Do you avoid eating in public, but eat far too much when you are alone? If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, you are certainly not alone. You see, people like us look at food the wrong way.
Food is meant to nourish us, not make us weak. It’s mean to give us energy, not make us tired. It’s meant to keep us healthy, not make us ill. It’s meant to support our immune system, not give us disease. But when food is abused, it has the potential…