When you try to follow a healthy eating plan, do you find yourself “good” in the early part of the day, only to fall apart as the hours go by? Or perhaps you’re on a roll for a week (or two), but then dieting fatigue sets in and you’re back to old habits.
It’s a common scenario we run across all the time. A burst of good intentions that fade when willpower eventually runs out.
Here’s the thing.
The problem with relying on willpower is that willpower is finite.
Research shows that it’s like a muscle. You overuse it and it fatigues. If you don’t let it rest sufficiently enough to recover, it won’t be much use to you for the rest of the day.
Sadly, most women wind up beating themselves up and/or feeling “weak” because their willpower fails them.
If this resonates with you, we have some good news. You don’t HAVE to rely on willpower!
Intrigued? Check out our “willpower-free” approach in our newest YouTube video.
The approach we share has been an absolute game changer for many of our clients, who were tired of feeling powerless over cravings and temptations. We are sure this can work for you, too 🙂