Almost always, people come here after they\’ve tried absolutely everything to get a handle on their out-of-control eating.
Some want to lose extra weight, but not all. Some want to find a way to stop thinking and obsessing about food all the time.
Each experiment has lead to more insight, more understanding—even if it\’s of what doesn\’t work. But it feels as if there must be more, there must be something that will feel better in the long term.
Perhaps you\’ve also tried some of the following, probably more than once …
- Slimming clubs
- Eating plans (macros, micros and everything in between)
- Calorie counting
- Replacement shakes
- Juicing & smoothies
- Exercise regimes
- Allergy testing
- Food (or sugar, or carb) addiction groups
- Books and books and books
- Sleeping … a lot
- Trying to ignore the whole mess
And that’s just a starter list. My list includes smoking, family size packs of diet fizzy drinks, booze, boyfriends, shopping—anything to stop the eating chaos. And a degree in Nutrition & Dietetics followed by another in Psychology, until I was bingeing while studying and knew it still wasn\’t enough.
A lot of years. A lot of emotions. Often, a lot of money too.
Not wasted. Definitely not wasted. More like sign posts pointing towards something new.
It makes sense to turn to experts to try to find answers to the frustrating, demoralizing, unmanageable and utterly confusing mystery binge eating can be. Having taken as much as possible from all the experiences so far, maybe now it\’s time to look inside. Maybe only you can uncover what’s right for you.
That\’s what YoYo Freedom is here to help you do.