I can’t eat what I love without overeating!

By Michelle May, M.D.

When people hear the title of my books, Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat, they often respond with something like, “If I ate what I loved, I wouldn’t be able to stop!”

I get it – because that may have been your experience in the past (it was mine too!). In this short video, I explain why that happens and how eating what you love can help you decrease overeating by:

  1. Taking the power back from food.
  2. Reducing your cravings.
  3. Stopping when you are satisfied instead of stuffed.

When you’re ready to take back the power from food, read chapter 5, “Fearless Eating” in Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat. Believe me, you can eat what you love without overeating!

 

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