December 3rd, 2012
by admin · Filed Under: Weight Loss
The holidays are upon us, which means one thing: everyone reading this knows someone who is about to start a diet.
Between Thanksgiving and New Years, most people will gain weight. Then come New Year, they will start a diet and FAIL. Going on a restricted diet to ‘improve health’ or ‘lose weight’ seems like a great idea and feels awesome at first, but often ends up disastrous. For many, it’s just a simple misunderstanding, but for others it’s fantasy ideal that pulls your strings with false hopes and fear of punishment. That New Year’s enthusiasm eventually wanes or gives way to anxiety, guilt, shame, body image distortion, compulsive behaviors and hormonal issues for what seems like an eternity in bodymind-hell. Many of these diet beliefs are false. Most of the diet Gurus are lying their asses off. Behold the Diet-Haunted World.