Guilt about Overeating Does Not Help
Overeating and food guilt go together like peanut butter & jelly.
But shouldn’t guilt help you? Shouldn’t you win a Major Award for swapping salad for French fries?
In a word: NO. Cutting out foods you love is a perfect recipe for snarfing down a pan of brownies when nobody’s looking. And then guilt leads to even MORE eating.
So what can you do about it? Enter your name + email to grab your guide:
How to End Food Guilt: So you can enjoy food freedom and get on with your life.
Guilt creates a vicious circle
Feeling guilty usually makes you double down on avoiding certain foods, only to rebound big time.
How to End Food Guilt will help you understand:
- Which foods are your Kryptonite.
- Why deprivation (physical and psychological) is a sure-fire way to end up eating more than intended.
- How to introduce those foods back into your life in a sane way.
Hiya, I’m Barb Spanjers
As a therapist and wellness coach, it’s my mission to help women feel peaceful and at ease around food and in their bodies. (I know – that sounds radical!) Feeling guilty about eating is one of the most common concerns I hear. That’s why I created this guide.
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