Perhaps you've completed the 10-Day Sugar Detox and/or theRoad Map to Clean Eating & Self-Care program, but find that you need ongoing support to stay on track. Change is hard, especially when it comes to eating habits. You may do well for a while, then a stressful event occurs or you feel overwhelmed and reach for your favorite comfort food.
The truth is it takes more than willpower to overcome cravings and emotional eating. Once you "fall off the wagon" it can be really hard to get back on track. As you know, sugar is addictive so once you give in to some of those sweet treats, the cravings have a tendency to take over.
And, our modern food environment with 24/7 access to processed foods does not help the situation. Trying to stick to clean eating can feel like you're swimming upstream!
Our past experiences, thoughts, and beliefs complicate this even more. If you've tried to make changes before and didn't succeed, you may have a limiting belief that you will never be able to do it. Or maybe you have a fear of failure or fear of success that gets in the way. Learning to recognizing these or other underlying limiting beliefs and releasing them is the key!
In order to succeed long term, it's necessary to address the root causes, including stress, emotions, thoughts, and beliefs. Tapping is an effective mind-body strategy that helps reduce stress hormones and can help you release emotional blocks, and limiting beliefs.
If you want support to address the stress and underlying emotional issues that get in the way of consistently eating clean, Tap into Food Freedom is for you!
Tap into Food Freedom offers a mind-body approach to address root causes of cravings and emotional eating using EFT/Tapping and other strategies.
Sessions are held the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 7:00-8:00 p.m. and the 4th Saturday of every month from 10:00-11:00 a.m. at a location in Northeast Los Angeles for $20 per session.
Contact me with questions or to enroll at email@example.com or 323.472.7927
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with food and with yourself!