(And no, it’s not because of a lack of willpower, commitment, nutrition knowledge, or discipline)
Is it true dieting doesn’t work? In the long run, the answer for many people is that diets don’t work the way they’re intended to. But that doesn’t mean you can’t develop healthy eating habits and a positive relationship with food.
Countless men and women have good self-control and success in many parts of their lives, yet feel stuck with their relationship with food and body. Dieting simply doesn’t work for them.
Research as far back as WWII repeatedly shows the process of dieting itself, independent of genetics, is a well-established predictor of weight gain. It is suspected as THE leading cause of weight gain in this country.
I’m here to tell you that diets don’t work. But it’s not your fault, and there’s a way to have a healthy relationship with food moving forward.
You are simply operating in a broken system created by our diet-obsessed culture…