Free From the Tyranny of Diet(s)

Declare yourself free from the tyranny of diet(s)!

diet noun

  1. the kinds of food that a person, animal, or community habitually eats. “a vegetarian diet”

synonyms: selection of food, food and drink

  1. a special course of food to which one restricts oneself, either to lose weight or for medical reasons     “I’m going on a diet

synonyms: dietary regime, dietary regimen, dietary program, restricted diet, crash diet

The first definition is the true meaning of the word. The way we eat is our diet, singular. But the weight loss and diet food industries have convinced you it’s really the second. That throughout your life you will go on many diets, plural, for 2 days, 2 weeks, or a month, hoping to melt away a lifetime’s worth of overeating so you can fit into a dress for one night.

Then go right back to eating the way you always have and gain it back.

Then you go on another ‘diet.’

The food industry has created ‘diet’ foods like low-fat cookies and sugar-free candy out of chemicals. Cookies and candy are supposed to be occasional treats at best, not daily parts of a balanced diet. And these companies have convinced you that you ought to be able to eat these things as much as you want and maintain a low weight. They’ve created a false claim and you’ve accepted the blame for it not working.

I saw an advert for a particular brand of ice cream. It says:

“Enjoy a health-conscious ice cream that’s low sugar, low calorie, low glycemic, and low carbohydrate. Plus, it’s high in protein and packed with anti-inflammatory goodness.”

Listen, Smart Girl, the only goodness ice cream is supposed to be packed with is cream. That’s why it’s called ice cream.

You may be eating fruits and vegetables and you’re still heavier than you want to be – maybe for you it’s not what you eat but how often. Or maybe it’s not what you eat at all…

Here’s a little food for thought – The cause of your being overweight is not what you’re eating as much as what you’re thinking. This is what’s causing you to overeat.

Is it time to stop just thinking your thoughts and start changing them so you can change your results? Then it’s time for you to hire a coach!

When you’re really, really ready to have the thing you really, really want and you’re ready to get help to achieve it at last, I’m only a click away!

If these ideas resonate with you and you’re ready to change your life contact me at and we can schedule a free, 20 minute phone call.

Right now, take a moment and affirm for yourself:

I eat balanced meals, I think balanced thoughts and I create results I desire!