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-Why depriving yourself is actually leading to MORE cravings
-How to break free from the repeated cycle of dieting and restricting for GOOD
-The surprising role stress plays in how we eat, and the ways that stress can manifest
-Trusting yourself and changing how you feel around food
-Quitting the all-or-nothing mindset and learning what to eat instead
-How to adjust the way you eat naturally when you do experience increased cravings
-Sharing the specifics on exactly what I eat to feel great while keeping the foods I love like chocolate
-And, I'm taking all your questions LIVE on the call!
Hi, I'm Emily!
I'm the owner of Emily Gough Coaching, a certified holistic nutritionist who still believes in life with chocolate. Yes, you heard that right!
I went through years of trying different super-restrictive diets, cleanses and disappointments when I inevitably failed because none of it was sustainable.
Finally I got frustrated and started learning what worked for my body, why I was having so many cravings in the first place and how to eat foods I loved without stress, guilt or restriction.
The biggest issue my clients struggle with is falling into the trap of all-or-nothing mindset around food, feeling constantly stressed, and depending on willpower to get through the day.
I promise that there is a better way, and I'm SO FREAKING PUMPED to bring you this totally free training to help you conquer your stress, willpower, and stop dieting. Permanently.
Best part? I'll be answering your individual questions LIVE on the webinar!
Unlocking the secrets around why you're getting cravings that make you feel out of control around food all the time and how to stop those cravings in their tracks without ever feeling deprived.
Breaking the vicious cycle of starting a new diet or restricting yourself every Monday...only to be eating everything in sight by the weekend.
Feeling totally comfortable around food, losing the obsession so you can focus on what matters, and being conscious about how food makes you feel.