This On-Purpose Minute is designed to save lives. Perhaps it is you or someone you know who is stuck in a cycle of unhealthy weight loss.
Why do people stay in unhealthy relationships? I've watched the reality crime shows on TV of domestic abuse and often wondered why they do. It is easier to see the predicament of others than that of oneself.
I am recovering from an unhealthy relationship with sugar and ice cream. Watch today's On-Purpose® Minute and see if you relate to my issue and what I've done to gain health in my life for life.
If a doctor or health coach has forwarded this blog posting to you, then follow up with him or her to help you redefine your unhealthy relationship with food.
If you need an introduction to a health coach like the one who helped me, then contact me and I'll set it up for you. Reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Add "Health Coach Request" to the subject line.
If you need to talk with a counselor or therapist to help you overcome what's eating you, then let me make an introduction for you. Reach me at email@example.com. Add "Counselor Request" to the subject line.
Obesity in adults is highly preventable. Figuring out how not to eat or choosing the best diet for yourself or deciding what exercise program to start or having gastric bypass surgery are delaying tactics for too often avoiding the underlying and very real issues of weight gain. A revised nutritional lifestyle is essential.
Before I had my health coach, you can't imagine how many weight loss mythologies and misunderstandings I had about eating, dieting, and exercise. It is no wonder I was adding 2 to 4 pounds of weight per year and yo-yoing my weight throughout the year.
Please let us help you get to a healthy weight and learn how to stay there.
P.S. Have your read FIT 4 Leading? In this book I address the top four obstacles to success. As you might have guessed, one of the four is health and being overweight. Learn what you can do to become a better leader of your life.