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October 14, 2017

Are you sick of dieting?

9:35 am - Posted by Gregg

Want to know why 22 of the world’s leading nutritionists, psychologists and transformation experts tell their clients to take the “Non-diet Approach?” Perhaps because the world is full of diets (seems like there’s a new one every day). And yet people seem to be having a harder and harder time losing weight. Would you agree you’ve had similar results? I know I did when I was on the diet rollercoaster. Up and down and round and round. (Emphasis on “round” – the pounds always seemed to find their way back to me!)

If you’ve noticed how difficult it is to lose weight and keep it off by dieting, you’re not alone. In fact, all of the experts mentioned above agree that losing weight is about so much more than following another diet plan. And they are all gathering together in a monumental, transformational online event called the Right Mind, Right Weight Summit 2017 to discuss how changing the relationship you have with food (instead of staying on the diet roller coaster) can transform the way you approach weight loss so you can learn how to keep it off for good!

Because this event isn’t open to the public, you can only get access if you are invited by a member of the panel of experts. And lucky for you… Yours truly is on the panel! So, if you’d like to join me in taking part in this transformational and life-changing tele-summit (which is absolutely free of charge), then all you need to do is claim your spot by registering at this link.

Because this is an 11-day tele-summit, over the course of 11 days you’ll be receiving emails with links to the live sessions. That means you don’t need to travel anywhere, you don’t even need to change out of your pajamas! (And don’t forget – it’s free!)

Just sign up by clicking here, get ready to take notes and to experience a transformational change that will hopefully give you the tools you need to finally stop dieting forever!

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October 5, 2017

Do diets work?

12:17 pm - Posted by Gregg

Do you think about the struggle with dieting, losing weight and keeping it off? Do you think about the emotional ups and downs that always follow living on the same diet “roller coaster?” The frustration of “cheating” on your diet, the constant tinge of hunger that goes along with starvation, and the realization that it’s just too easy to put all the weight you might lose after a diet right back on again…

The good news is that all of this can come to an end if you learn how to change your habits, behaviors and the relationship you have with food. Losing weight doesn’t have to be a struggle, doesn’t have to be hard – and your body doesn’t need to make it a challenge. The “trick” (which, really, isn’t a trick) is to learn new habits and change your mindset when it comes to food and eating. And yes, doing so is really possible. It’s just a matter of having the right tools at your disposal.

This is why I’m excited about participating in a new (and free) digital summit the features 22 nutritionists, doctors, fitness experts, psychologists, coaches, therapists and other transformational health experts who will be on-hand (well, on screen anyway) for 11 straight days to share all of their expert techniques, tips and advice with beautiful you. It’s my good friend Lisa Goldberg’s Right Mind, Right Weight Summit for 2017. And it’s something anyone who has struggled with weight issues isn’t going to want to miss.

This isn’t just another “diet discussion” that will lecture you about what you can or can’t eat, or how much you should exercise to see results. This event is focused on changing your actual mindset in regard to healthy eating. It’s also going to help any participant learn how to change one’s thoughts, habits and relationship with food. This summit will strive to provide the missing ingredient to overcome anyone’s struggle with lifelong yo-yo dieting. In fact, you’ll have the opportunity to discover that losing weight doesn’t have to be difficult because you don’t need to “diet.”

All you need to do to participate for free is register for this summit and learn how to create the habits, behaviors and beliefs about food that can result in losing weight without actually going on a diet! And, once again, yours truly has been invited to be a guest panelist for the event this year! That means that I get to invite any I’d like to “attend” this event – 100% free of charge. That means you (along with whomever else you would like to invite – just share this link for free sign-up)!

Spots are limited so you’ll need to register via this link: Register Here (And remember, this incredible tele-summit event is 100% free for you.)

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April 15, 2017

Happy Easter

9:12 am - Posted by Gregg

This Easter Sunday, why not borrow a little humor from comedian and actress Caroline Rhea, who reminds us that dieting is allowed to be a laughing matter. In fact, the more of a sense of humor we have in regard to ourselves and even our life goals, the better. Life and dieting don’t have to be so serious.

So instead of stressing out about chocolate and Easter candy today, take a breath. Inhale in. Exhale out. And remember today is just one day. Enjoy yourself. And if that means taking an extra power walk to balance out some of the extra calories, then do that (perhaps while listening to a podcast that makes you laugh). It’s all about balance… And humor… And loving yourself every step (and nibble) of the way!

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8:39 pm - Posted by Gregg

Healthy Christmas JustStopEatingSoMuch.com

Question of the (seasonal) day… Does he (meaning Santa) really know when we’ve been eating?

Whether he does or doesn’t, nothing fills us with holiday dread the way an announcement that ‘There are only a certain number of shopping days until Christmas’ does. Yet, while most folks worry about finding enough time to make their list and check it twice, those of us with a dieter’s mentality fear that the visions of sugarplumbs might lead to the kind of overindulgence that could result in our waistlines (as opposed to the Grinch’s heart) ‘growing three sizes that day.’

But fear not, Little Elves! The holidays do not have to be a recipe for disaster when it comes to staying healthy, keeping fit and looking divine all the way through new year’s eve and beyond. In fact, if you follow these simple tips (which I’ve been asked to share again) as a general rule throughout the next several weeks, you’ll be giving yourself a gift that keeps on giving.

Curb hunger before you dash out the door
Whether attending a holiday party, a special dinner or even a cookie exchange, have a snack before you go. I’m not saying not to eat at the event. But I am saying to arrive without feeling starved so that you’re not tempted to make like a Thanksgiving Turkey and stuff yourself. Healthy pre-event snacks can include 1/4 of a cup of raw cashews or almonds, a piece of fruit or even a few slices of lowfat cheese. Munch on those just before an event and you’ll arrive with socializing on your mind instead of filling up on the wrong foods.

Indulge like a supermodel would
Successfully navigating holiday eating doesn’t mean giving into avoidance or denying yourself your true desires. It means indulging in a healthy and sane fashion. Want it? Taste it. Enjoy it. But stop there. You don’t have to have more than one cookie, more than a few chips or more than one helping of each dish during dinner. Pretend you’re being followed by TMZ cameras (and why shouldn’t you be?) and that you’re showing the world that you can eat anything (in proper portions) and look and feel fabulous at the same time. And by not denying yourself, you’ll be less tempted to cheat when you get home from an event or outing.

Eat, drink and be wary
Don’t forget that those holiday cocktails can be loaded with more calories than the snackaroos. A good general rule for women is to limit themselves to one alcohol drink a day. Men can usually go for two drinks, depending on their individual weight. But drink sensibly — not just because you don’t want to be the one at the party wearing the lampshade, but because you don’t want to be the one in January wearing a moo-moo. (For a holiday cocktail calorie count, click here.)

Home, sweets, home
If you’re someone who’s more tempted to overindulge at home, when in private, then don’t feel like you have to do any holiday baking. Instead, stop by your local store (preferably one like Whole Foods, which is known for using healthier and more natural ingredients) and pick up any baked goods you want to give as a gift. And do so when on the way to an event. This way you not only don’t have to have the baked goods in your home tempting you, but you don’t have to deal with seeing your cabinets stocked with the tempting ingredients (bag o’ chocolate chips be gone!).

Make time to exercise
There are no excuses when it comes to moving your body. It must be done — even if you are running all over town like a renegade reindeer. The trick is to actually do the running – or walking at the very least. If you’re spending an afternoon at the mall, make a few more rounds than you have to, take stairs instead of escalators and park far away (which you’ll probably have to do anyway) in order to enjoy the lengthy walk to and from the mall entrance. And when you can, get your butt to the gym. Or, if you’re truly pressed for time, around the block. Even when incorporating the tips above, you’re likely to still be consuming more calories than you normally would over the next several weeks. So walk like you mean it (suck in that tummy and pump those arms). For 9 ways to exercise at the mall, click here.

Become a track star
By track, I mean tracking! In other words, make sure you keep a food diary during the holidays. Write down everything you consume — even the handful of raw cashews recommended above. Studies show that dieters who keep a food diary are not only more aware of what they’re eating, they’re also more likely to take off and keep off the excess pounds. So when in doubt, write it out. For a handy food diary you can print out and use anytime, click here.

Last but not least, enjoy yourself
While the season at hand obviously introduces some added stress into all of our lives, that doesn’t mean we should make like Ebenezer Scrooge. So take a (mental) load off and be gentle with yourself. We’re often our own worst enemies when it comes to critiquing ourselves. The fact is, even for all the great reasons we have for losing weight, we are good enough and hot enough right in this very moment (you’re being followed by TMZ cameras after all, remember?). So add a little of your own joy to the world — and to yourself – while living through and hopefully enjoying the season at hand.

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November 14, 2016

Create a lighter life

12:42 pm - Posted by Gregg

Create a Lighter Life JustStopEatingSoMuch.com

My friend Lisa Goldberg has invited me to speak at the Master Your Mindset and Create a Lighter Life Summit! I’m incredibly excited because, along with that invitation, I was offered the chance to extend to you the opportunity to all of you to listen in and watch for free.

Lisa asked yours truly and over twenty other well-known health and wellness experts to join in a discussion that will help you discover the real reasons why dieting fails – and how mindset techniques and strategies are the key to not only losing weight, but also maintaining a healthy lifestyle. These are people I know and trust (and learn from) – all of whom have overcome incredible challenges and have made it their life’s mission to help others do the same. You will feel inspired and ready. Not to mention fully equipped to meet and maintain your goals, free yourself from the dreaded “dieter’s mentality,” master your own mindset and change your life forever.

This telesummit doesn’t cost anything, but it will equip you with the skills and strategies can change your life (and health) for the better. If you’re searching for the secret to lasting health and getting off the diet rollercoaster forever, this opportunity is for you. And there’s no cost to anyone who wants to participate. (In other words, it’s completely free!)

Beginning November 28th, you’ll get exclusive access to an all expert panel as we equip you with invaluable skills and strategies which will help you:

•  End the struggle with emotional eating and create a healthy relationship with food – and stop dieting or good!
•  Have more confidence in your body’s progress and see real and lasting results
•  Break down your barriers to health and wellness success
•  Discover real solutions that are delivering lasting results for people like you every single day
•  Learn the importance of mindset mastery in weight loss
•  Find ways to let your perspective serve you, rather than being overtaken by it
•  And much more…

All you have to do to participate (and benefit from all of the speakers – not just yours truly) is reserve your free “virtual seat” by clicking here

With the holiday season upon us, there’s no better time to stop settling for less in life than you deserve, start feeling good about yourself every day, and finally have the peace of mind and mental and physical health you’ve always wanted for yourself.

If you are ready to make a change, then I’ll “see” you at the Master Your Mindset and Create a Lighter Life Summit. (Between you and me, I already have every session booked on my calendar)!

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