It’s that single question, “Why do you want to lose weight”, that can provide us with a new method of adhering to the necessary behavioural actions to achieve the goals we want. We don’t need ‘motivation’ or ‘willpower’ to succeed; but a strong, clear why.
Snacks are (probably) one of the biggest reasons why you can’t lose body fat.
So, why does the act of snacking cause so many problems?
Why do we struggle to keep a lid on those additional bites and mouthfuls between meals?
From leading to disordered eating habits, to damaged self-esteem and self-worth, perfectionism can be a dagger to the heart of many seeking to sustain any fat loss goals they have.
How can we overcome this need for perfection when dieting?
Why is it so hard to make decisions aligned with your health and fitness aspirations when at restaurants, with friends, or at other social events?
And, more importantly, is it even possible to stay on track and still lose body fat while navigating these difficult social situations?