I am not a fan of the term "Weight Loss." What are we losing? Where does the weight go?
I would rather ask, "What can we gain by having a healthy relationship with our body, mind, and spirit?"
I encourage my patients to examine their relationship with food when exploring the idea of a healthy body.
If we are at peace with ALL aspects of our life and we structure our days with balanced, whole plant based foods, we can find a natural weight that suits us.
I say this to my clients: When you crave certain foods ask yourself, "What am I really craving? Maybe you just need to let down, cover up, or escape something and you use food to do this. Believe me it happens for most of us. I heard a patient tell me "I eat my emotions" and another say "I avoid eating to control my emotions." We cannot use food one way or the other. Food is food. It fuels us. Period.
How can we become neutral and lighthearted about food? When I work with patients about weight loss I avoid making weight loss the goal and instead encourage patients to take a path of self discovery. Once a person can see the patterns in his or her life that are a hinderance to becoming one"s best self, healing begins.
The rest falls into place. Then, education about nutrition can be properly applied and digested (literally).
How can we become neutral and lighthearted about food? When I work with patients about weight loss I avoid making weight loss the goal and instead encourage patQuoted From: https://www.pohalaclinic.com/blog/i-am-not-a-fan-of-the-term-weight-loss