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The Most Critical Step to End Binge Eating for Good

Recovered Binge Eater Shares the Most Critical Step to End Binge Eating for Good

Even if you have been binge eating for years, tried therapy, read books or tried to eliminate trigger foods without success

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Hi! Dietitian Dina here. I am not only a dietitian-nutritionist and mindful eating coach; I am an ex-binge & emotional eater myself.

Even though I have been binge free for over 10 years I still remember what it feels like to feel defeated day after day. I’d wake up with good intentions to “eat healthy” only to end the day full of guilt and shame for not just my food choices but the quantity of food I had consumed.

The shame I felt made it hard for me to get support because I didn’t want to talk to anyone about my struggles. I felt too ashamed.

I see people every day who have struggled with binge or emotional overeating for years and even decades. If that sounds like you, I know the struggle isn’t for a lack of trying. You are putting in an immense amount of effort, just like I was. Unfortunately, in addition to putting the pedal to the metal, you are probably pushing on the break at the same time.

The strategy I share with you in my free download: The Most Critical Step to End Binge Eating, when implemented, is like taking your foot off the break so all your efforts to move forward aren’t met with resistance.

Once you take your foot off the break, I can then give you strategies to make you more fuel efficient so you can eat with ease. In other words, it’s not about how to get more gas (ie willpower), my strategies help you to need less gas to begin with because your brain and body will be operating more efficiently to regulate hunger and cravings.

If you are ready to finally overcome overeating and make peace with food so you can have a trigger food in the house without it constantly calling your name, then grab your copy of this powerful resource today.

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