Have you tried every diet, failed and then you are faced with the idea that you can’t lose weight? What if we could find true motivation to lose weight – through connecting, not dieting.
Diet & Weight Loss
Diets Don't Work
Getting off the merry-go-round of dieting and indulging
Are you on a merry-go-round of dieting to lose weight, with deprivation, followed by over-indulgence? Maybe it is time to make a change.
Are weight-loss pills or bariatric surgery the answer to weight loss for obesity?
This article questions whether weight-loss pills or bariatric surgery are the answers to weight loss and obesity, or do we need more individual responsibility?
Why dieting isn’t the answer to our weight problems
It can be all too easy to look and judge what appears to be an issue with overeating; are the facts however showing us that we haven’t been looking at the real cause?
Fat Attack: shaming obesity does not work
When we attack fat by shaming obesity, we call it ‘bad’ instead of seeing it as the result of the emptiness, sadness and disconnection that it truly is. No diet or willpower can fix obesity – reconnection to the beauty within is the key.
10 things the diet industry don’t want you to know
The diet industry knows its products fail, yet sells an image of a thinner happier life. It is a false sell. The way we look at our bodies as fat is a body image issue, not a fat issue. We have a giving-up crisis, not an obesity crisis.
Diets don’t work. Stop dieting – start connecting
Diets don’t work because they focus on food, not on the person choosing the food. We need to look at ourselves and why we might choose to be overweight.
Diets don't work
It is shocking but true – diets don’t work, they make you fatter. If we want to lose weight we need a different approach – let go of dieting forever and start connecting.
Why can’t I lose weight?
Losing weight has more to do with a connection to ourselves, than to the best diet in the world.
Diets don’t work ... but there is another way!
Diets don’t work because they focus on food, not on the person choosing the food. We need to look at ourselves and why we eat and why we might choose to be overweight.