"HELP! How do I deal with all these tempting treats around?"
Have you ever felt that every time you seem to get ahead in your health and weight loss goals you encounter another Yom Tov and you end up leaving your plan behind…..?
Like you wish you could elevate the whole experience, but it's just too hard to make proper mindful choices amidst the constant barrage of food coming at you from all angles? And you don't know how to keep yourself on track!
Now that we are learning more about health, many people ask me how to deal with all the tempting yet unhealthy food (and the vast quantities) that will be walking in their door this Purim (and Pesach and Shabbos and simchos, Kein Yirbu!) They really don't want to be eating it, but how can they be expected not to when it’s right in front of them?
In my coaching practice I teach my clients many techniques for helping with this, each client on her level. We go deep into the mindset, emotions, and the root of things in order to tackle the temptation. I also offer many practical suggestions that really nip this ever-pressing issue in the bud and BH, my clients really see results. Here's what one successful client wrote.
“Had the weirdest experience today at a class…staring at cupcakes and cheese cake hamantashen and literally no desire to even try it.”
This comes to show you that it IS possible to get there!
If this whole struggle resonates with you, I want you to know you are not alone. But leaving this issue for after Yom Tov when you might be putting yourself into an even bigger rut, is not the answer. NOW is the time to take action, BEFORE the Yom Tov season hits you full force....
I would love to offer you a FREE coaching session where we can strategize and create a plan of action to BECOME AND STAY Heathy. Fit. and Free. IYH, through any situation.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 973-803-8698 to be in touch.
In the meantime, here are some ideas I shared over Chanuka that might be of help to consider for any time food takes center stage....
And don't forget to drink plenty of water and eat a healthy nourishing breakfast (and prepacked lunch) to stay in control and one step ahead.
Wishing you much hatzlacha, a freilichin Purim, and a beautiful and healthy Yom Tov season.