Fearlesseating is about a non diet approach to living life in a country that spends billions on weight loss.
Fearlesseating is eating without fear of losing control or feeling deprived which only leads to overeating and takes away from the enjoyment of life. You decide if you feel better with more or less of this or that. Eat without fear by asking;
What do I want?
What do I have?
What do I need?
Let your own health and well being be your guide!
Are you reaching the health and wellness goals you want? Is nutrition working for you?
There are many approaches to health through nutrition. Individualizing your diet is key.
My website provides information on mindful eating (slowing down) and intuitive eating (using our internal cues to guide our eating) plus low carbohydrate and very low carbohydrate lifestyles supported by these approaches. What does that mean to the non-dieter? If re-adjusting what you are eating for carbohydrate (starches and sugary foods) makes nutrition work for you - not because you have to but because you want to; then you may have figured out that eating lots of them and not much fat because it's suppose to be bad for you, hasn't actually worked out.
Think about nutrition as a tool. As a tool, it can serve to deliver a way of eating that can be lived as a lifestyle. This happens when we are truly grounded in lifelong health and not quick fixes. I encourage you to explore more of my website.
A diet mentality will always (well at least 96% of the time) leave you with more weight and body fat than when you first started out all gung-ho!! NOBODY Wants THAT! Moving towards health by lowering carbohydrates in your diet to a practical level (very individualized) is a enjoyable, maintainable and DOABLE way of life for many people.
"It's not really the case that you are on a low- carb diet. It's just that most
Americans are on a high-carb-diet. No, let me take that back-- most Americans
are on a soaring, towering, health-destroying, pancreas-killing, life-shortening,
sugar-gorging, stratospheric-carb diet."
Dennis Pollock, author of Overcoming Runaway Blood Sugar and 60 Ways to Lower Your Blood Sugar.
You decide. Lowering your carbohydrate intake to a practical level is very useful for those who experience cravings throughout their day for sugary foods and drinks, feel out of control with starches and who are struggling with blood sugar management. How in charge of our eating can anyone feel with this going on?