Manage episode 250036106 series 122023
Today JJ talks about how having a healthy mindset can affect our physical body. When we have a good mental outlook, we are more resilient, and better able to deal with any challenges that come our way, including those that are diet-related. Listen in today and get ready to change the way you think.
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Main Points From Today’s Episode
- Resilience, gratitude, community, and forgiveness are essential mental and emotional traits for weight loss success. Practice these to make your weight loss journey easier.
- Your perception of something can have a physical result. So keep your attitude positive no matter what challenges come your way.
- A diet is more than just what you’re putting on the plate or watching the scale. It is a mindset of positivity that you must have in order to yield the best results and a happy life.
[0:56] Everything is created twice; before you can create something, you have to do this
[1:20] Dr. David Bressler recommends this technique for success
[3:50] “When it comes to the uphill battle that is weight loss, your mindset is your greatest asset.”
[4:30] Once you lose weight, one of the best things you can do to keep it off is this
[5:13] Different ways mental and emotional well-being can predict weight loss.
[8:05] Study showing how people’s perception of a thing affects them physically
[9:15] What are some ways we can show gratitude and reap the benefits?
[10:00] Another mindset hack that is foundational and game changing
[11:40] All of these things help reduce stress, which means greater results here
[12:45] “Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace.” Jonathan Lockwood Huie
[13:35] This topic is a huge factor in your weight loss journey
[16:18] Social media is great for learning and education, but making sure you are staying connected this way is just as important
[17:40] This last factor is the ability to bounce back
[19:50] Instead of behaving badly and blaming circumstances when things are hard, instead train now so that you’re prepared for when things get challenging.
[20:00] The 4 things discussed are important not only for overall mental health, but also for this.
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