How many food decisions do you make each day? The answer might surprise you. Researchers at Cornell University asked their students and staff, and the average response was about 15. In reality, they discovered that the average study participant made an estimated of over 200 decisions about food per day.
It’s no wonder we find ourselves giving up and eating cereal out of the box or a bag of microwave popcorn for dinner! Oftentimes decision-making capacity is exhausted by the end of the day and the last thing we want to do is figure out what to have for dinner. Obviously this can sabotage our weight loss efforts. Join me as I share some tools on how to make this process quite a bit easier and how to create an environment with easier food decisions. It’s a decision you won’t regret!
Karen Donaldson is a registered dietitian, certified personal trainer, an EFT Certified Weight Loss Coach specializing in helping people release the hurts that are holding them back from permanent weight loss. Find her at excelweightloss.com or email her at [email protected]
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HOST: Karen Donaldson is a registered dietitian, personal trainer, and EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Certified Weight Loss Coach. As a coach and motivational speaker, she specializes in helping people lose weight permanently by teaching them powerful mind-body tools that allow them to release the need to tranquilize their emotions with food and to find peace in their lives. If you know what you’re supposed to do, but just can’t do it and you’re finally ready to lose the weight and keep it off – go to ExcelWeightLoss.com and watch Karen’s powerful free videos that finally explains the connection between your emotions and your belly fat and reveals the secret to curb your cravings permanently.
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