TORONTO, Dec. 4, 2017 /CNW/ - Maybe it's time to look at the real hard evidence that diets don't work and that we might as well just eat what we want and be happy.
The statistical evidence from The Biggest Loser research shows that restrictive dieting doesn't work. Numerous medical experts agree that dieting doesn't work. Even the dieting experts can't agree that one diet method works best.
"People continue to fall off their diets when they deny themselves the foods they love," says Irene Jorgensen, a Food Cravings Expert, Speaker & Author of Clear Your Cravings; 3 Secrets to Diet-Free Weight Loss (It's Not What You Think). "The reality is once we deny ourselves the foods we love, we start to crave them," adds Jorgensen. Jorgensen shows women fed up with dieting and struggling with food cravings how to lose weight without giving up the foods they love. "It wasn't until I found a way to eat all the foods I love--including potato chips—that I lost the weight."
Jorgensen analyzed her agonizing cravings and dieting lifestyle for ten years prior to becoming a Nutritionist. She lived first-hand through the diet-crave-binge cycle that many women go through while she kept studying food cravings and how she could use them to help people lose weight and keep it off.
Other experts in the industry agree with the philosophy of eating what you want and coined it intuitive eating. However, Jorgensen feels that simply eating what you want without addressing the type and cause of the food craving still often leads to binges and weight gain.
Jorgensen's discoveries have revolutionized hundreds of women's lives and helped them move to a diet-free lifestyle. In her book, Jorgensen identifies three distinct categories of food cravings and shows how to manage each one in a specific way.
She outlines the 7 Dangerous Traps that dieters fall into that keep them forever struggling with their weight and what to do to avoid them. The book identifies 5 diet-free guidelines to clear cravings without giving up the food they love.
It's apparent that our present culture is supported by diet restriction and deprivation. Can it be just that simple to address our cravings and eat what we want? To learn more about a diet-free lifestyle, download a free chapter from Irene's book.
SOURCE Irene Jorgensen, Clear Your Cravings
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