Or was that just me.
In an attempt to improve our nations health, the Government in England is looking at a number of measures to help people lose weight.
This may include education on healthy eating and access to exercise.
There is even talk of offering bariatric surgery to some.
Good idea you say. Well, yes maybe, but…
What if their advice isn’t enough to change habits in the long term and you regain weight, again.
You might also consider another, kinder and effective method?
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) often known simply as ‘Tapping’, has been shown to help beat cravings for food, drink and other substances. With a little help, you can tap away subconscious resistance to changing habits too.
Importantly, EFT can help resolve the emotional root cause of over eating (or under eating) so you are more likely to maintain your new, healthier size.
I hold my hand up, I am an EFT Trainer and despite resolving a whole host of personal issues with tapping, I haven’t specifically used EFT for my own weight management.
Walking Our Talk
A small group of trained EFT Practitioners and students are joining me in our own awesome weight loss programme.
We are meeting online every Friday morning for the next 8 weeks and will publically share what happens as we work through the emotional reasons why we have been overeating and the limiting beliefs that have blocked us from being the slim, healthier people we would like to be.
And so to introduce myself first:
Here’s a picture of me taken today.
I weigh exactly 11 stone (154lbs).
I’ve been much heavier in the past but would be very happy to lose 14lbs over the next few months.
For me though its as much about changing to a healthier way of eating and adding more or, more truthfully, some exercise into my daily routine. That stomach has to go!
Before our first group tapping on Friday, I found myself eating lots, and I mean lots, of biscuits and sweets. Not one has passed my lips since and I don’t crave them at all.
Find out how we all get along
Come back to see how we all get along. I have a feeling it’s going to be an interesting journey.