Let’s make something clear:
Disordered eating isn’t about liking cake.
“67% of women (aged 15 to 64) opt out of activities…
They don’t go to school, the doctor, or even give their opinion
because they feel badly about the way they look.”
It’s an ah-ha moment because the diet industry has conditioned you to think that anyone who’s overweight is simply weak and lacks willpower.
Dieting culture has also taught you to say “no” to dessert, feel guilty eating pizza, and exercise all the time.
But all these choices (and 1000’s of others) make your relationship with food complicated which leads to more weight gain.
You feel misrepresented in your body
—everyone else seems effortlessly fit.
So you pick the same old shirt that hangs over your butt to try and camouflage your extra weight.
And the worst part? For years, you’ve been missing out on all the magic that comes from showing up each day feeling comfortable in your own body.
It’s time to get healthy…for good.