This is going to be a 3 part series on Stop Overeating. I'm going to talk about WHY we're overeating, explain what happens in our brain and body when we overeat, and what to do to stop overeating. I'm going to share as much as I can in the next 3 weeks and if you have any questions in the meantime, please get in touch. I want to start by asking you to think about the most difficult part of where you are right now. Maybe the most difficult part for you is that you can't recogn
Sometimes I think about the old times when I was overeating, overweight and desperate to change. I ask myself: "What made me try so many different diets?" "What made me go to a nutrition course?" "What made me take lots of supplements?"
"What made me work with so many different professionals?" The answer can be long or can be super simple. Ok, the simple answer is: Because the brain always think it needs more information. Let me explain. Looking into the big picture, the onl
I want to tell you something about me that you probably already know (or not)... I love CrossFit. I love working out! I train 3 times a week, every week for the past 21 months (almost 2 years wow). At this exact moment my body is very sore. I have muscle pain, sometimes I don't feel like going to class, I push my body to the limit that I never thought was possible for me. And I got a body transformation as a result. (If you want to see it, check my instagram.) I'm physically
One of my biggest ah-ha moments last year was when my coach said: "Everything we do it's because of the way we believe we'll feel". This also works for things we don't do or react to. That fits so well with emotional eating, because the reason we emotional eat is because of the way we'll feel afterwards. Even if it's just for a moment. And the reason we are emotional eating is because of the way we're feeling. It's all about feelings. Let's understand more about feelings. - T