Feb 5, 2019
When you put food on your plate, do you think about how much you need to be lightly full? Or do you just fill the plate?
Do you eat on autopilot, automatically finishing what’s on your plate, regardless of how full you feel?
No doubt you’ve heard that two-thirds of the people in the United States are either overweight or obese. I know I’ve said it a few times in this podcast. And the reason for that is . . . overeating.
We live in a culture of overeating.
Almost everyone I know overeats.
I overate for most of my life.
Most people don’t even realize they’re doing it. I know I didn’t. I thought I didn’t eat that much, compared to other people. Which was probably true. That’s because overeating is the norm.
I say this not to be judgmental. I want you to notice how much you’re eating so you can learn how to eat the right amount of food to be your healthy weight.
Listen to learn how you can buck the culture of overeating, and enjoy the foods you love while dropping down to your naturally healthy weight.
Are you an emotional eater? That’s the other reason most people are overweight. Join my new program to help you end that habit! It’s called 30 Days to End Emotional Eating Forever. Once you stop emotional eating, losing weight and keeping it off is so much easier! Learn more and sign up at the links in the show notes at sharibroder.com.