For 15 years I rode the weight loss roller coaster.

I lost some weight and gained it back.

I gained some weight and then lost it.

This weight set point or weight identity is a real pain if you know what I mean.

Your brain wants to find equilibrium so if you gain some weight outside of your typical weight identity, you’ll find habits and patterns that lead to you losing some weight to get you back to that set point. And vice versa.

It was happening to me for nearly 15 years.

All because my brain likes equilibrium. Yeesh.

Up and down, up and down, up and down.

I always felt out of control of the number, but it always tended to average out the same no matter what my goal was.

That is until I learned how to stop overeating entirely.

After losing 10lbs over a year and a half ago, my brain no longer tries to go back to my old weight set point.

It’s no longer the weight I identify as.

In case you were wondering, yes I am a magical unicorn…Just Kidding!

The magic sauce is in solving the underlying problem, not just trying to fight the brain’s natural way of being.

Once you solve the underlying problem, you won’t have to worry about your brain trying to get back to equilibrium.

You will CHANGE your weight identity.

Now that’s magical.

You won’t wonder if you’ll gain the weight back again like you always have.

You’ll just be at your new weight.

And your new weight will become just the weight you’re at.

And if you’re anything like me, you’ll start to forget that you were any higher than you are now, because it’s just the weight you identify as.

Goodbye wondering.

Goodbye roller coaster.

P.S. If you want to lose weight with ease, instead of forcing it or depriving yourself, I’m your gal. I specialize in helping you lose 10lbs at a time effortlessly. Once you know how to lose 10lbs, you’ll be able to lose another 10lbs if you desire, all with ease. Schedule your free consultation call to get off the weight loss roller coaster today.

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