You have tried absolutely everything to get a handle on your out-of-control eating.
And maybe to lose any extra weight too.
Nothing worked—at least not for long.
You’ve done, over and over again
- 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. You may well have tried much more. I also experimented with smoking, family packs of diet fizzy drinks, booze — anything to stop the eating chaos. And degrees in Nutrition & Psychology – until I was bingeing while studying and knew it was another false start.
A lot of money. A lot of years. A lot of emotions.
Is there a benefit of having tried “everything”?
Yes, for sure.
Each attempt creates more insight, more data. Some move you a teeny bit forward, some a big stride. Some show you what isn’t right for you.
Maybe looking outside yourself for answers is not the way. Maybe others don’t know better. Maybe only you can find what’s right for you.
It’s not surprising it’s lost under all those layers of confusion. It might take some experimentation to uncover what you need. But you can find it.