Eating Without Information

This week I had a session with my client, Lauren. Lauren told me that while she had a good week, one day she ended up going way over her allotted calories.

Just This One Time

In session this week, my client, Tom, told me that over the weekend he’d eaten an unplanned snack in the middle of the day. Tom, like many of my clients, follows an eating schedule.

Cravings

Like many dieters, Kim can recall countless instances of falling into the all-or-nothing sugar trap: eating way too much sugar, cutting it out completely, then falling off the wagon and eating way too much again. Repeat.

I Lost Weight…Now What?

Her weight has mostly stabilized, although she’s still losing about a pound a month right now. She’s not quite sure how much more she’ll lose.

Change in Circumstances

Sharon has worked in an office setting for the last twenty years, so suddenly being home a lot more during the day has been a big change for her. Unsurprisingly, she has had some trouble with her eating.

Feeling Good vs. Good Consequences

When she thinks about eating more sugar, she’s focusing on the taste, not the consequences that follow. This is extremely common.

Reducing Bread

My client, Jane, told me she was eating too much bread (which was translating into too many calories per day). 

Friday Weekend Warm-Up – February 8, 2019

“Calories don’t count on the weekends.” FALSE! Calories count just as much on a Saturday as they do on a Monday. This weekend, don’t fool yourself!

Cheat Days?

I was asked a question this week that I often hear from my dieters: Is it okay to have one “cheat day” per week? 

Making Mistakes

Jen had been doing exceptionally well for months and months, but recently has gone through some hard times in her personal life, and was struggling more with eating.