Use this intuitive shortcut in sync with your Body Image.

The one way to lose weight consistently, is to be in tune with your body. You can connect with your body by day dreaming for 2 minutes before you eat. Take that time to tune in to your dreams and rediscover with the big picture of who you are.

When you see yourself clearly, you can take action to stay in touch with your body.

Day dreaming helps you stay in touch with how you want to see yourself.

It's body image power.

Allow yourself to visualize how you want to appear and how you want to feel.

Binging as a physical "solution" to emotional stress that's like putting a band-aid on a broken heart or rubbing butter on a burn. It's a mountain of tension with nowhere to go.

Allowing yourself to day dream relaxes tension. Get ready to be surprised.

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Reconnect with simple day dreams and your self-image will change. You will respect yourself differently.

You'll discover a new found patience with who you are. The result will be a new relaxed way of eating

Who knew?

Because being in tune with your body is a natural part of healthy eating, people make it look easy.

Actually, it is!

Shortcut #2 Tune in to your body.

Pay attention to how you feel an hour after a meal and you will start to recognize your body's signals.

Do you feel energized and satisfied, or exhausted and still hungry? Did the food hit the spot, or was it just a quick fix?

Notice how you feel emotionally. Check-in with your mood. Are you in a good place or do your feel irritable or edgy?

Notice what leaves you feeling truly satisfied.

As you start recognizing what your body's telling you, you'll notice what triggers you to overeat.

You'll become aware of what tempts you to revert to the all or nothing diet mentality.

Why it works :

Awareness is 50% of change.

Taking 2 minutes to daydream about how you like to see yourself tunes you in to your priorities.

Recognizing cues from your body means you are in control of knowing what you want to eat so that you will feel and look good.

As you start listening closely to your body, you'll begin to recognize cues every time you eat.

Ultimately, you will tune in to your physical needs before you eat to notice if you're really hungry. Then you'll know exactly what to eat.

And you'll start to recognize when you're satisfied and are ready to stop.

Your 6th sense keeps you in touch with your priorities and personal boundaries.

As you tune-in, prepare to be amazed by how much you discover. Right now your body is letting you know how it feels.

You get cues 24/7. For example, you feel curious or dignified or determined. All of these are physical, not something you think.

It's really easy.

Respect the needs of your body and you will feel good about yourself. This is just the beginning.


Shortcuts! Action!


Physical cues from your body happen all day long. When you're talking to a friend, on the job or walking down the street, you're always getting messages.

Learning to recognize your intuition when you eat will give you surprising insights into other areas of your life.


Am I Really Hungry gives you the tools.


# 3 Only eat when you're hungry.


# 4 Only eat what you want.


# 5 Stop eating when you're satisfied.


# 6 Don't multi-task when you eat.


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Discovering diet habits don't relate to your body is like learning you've been paying for something that you never received.

It's a relief to stop paying.

Being happy with your body is not about your weight, it's about you.

Eating is normal and when you tune-in to your body at mealtime,it relaxes. You digest food most efficiently when your body is relaxed.

You're naturally in control of what you eat by tuning-in to your body, not by following a plan where you ignore your body.

Diets create stress and your body is put in a state of confusion.

The result is often an emotional response - binging. It's logical to feed physical hunger when you eat. Emotional hunger is never satisfied by food.

Intuition is a total support system that connects with what you value to balance your emotions, appetite and personality.

Your 5 senses connect you with physical hunger and the intuitive tools connect with confidence, dignity and self-esteem so these are part of your eating choices.





Isn't it time to decide feeling good is worth the effort?

It's a relief to stop ignoring your body. Eating intuitively is being in sync with yourself.

Think out of the box and break the self-defeating 'diet' habits.

Learn to follow your senses to relate to hunger and your tools to stay in sync with your self-respect.

It feels so good that it becomes automatic.



Don't feed your diet. Feed your body.


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