121. How to Get Consistent With Your Eating Again

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Inconsistent eating is a side effect of diet culture thinking.

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You might have the best of intentions for taking control of your life, but if you get unknowingly sucked into the diet culture trap, you’re going to find it difficult to maintain any semblance of consistency.

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A little too much restriction here, and a dash of all-or-nothing thinking there, and before you know it, you’re stuck in the ups and downs of the diet cycle and your eating feels like a roller coaster.

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In episode 121 of Fitness & Sushi, Deanna and I help you understand why you’re being inconsistent and what you need to do to break free from diet culture’s prison.

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In this episode - “How to Get Consistent With Your Eating Again”, you'll learn...

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🔶 Why we fall into inconsistent eating despite our best intentions

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🔶 Where we typically start struggling with consistency

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🔶 What you need to focus on so that your goals and actions come into alignment

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🔶 How to break free of the “on a diet” and “off a diet” cycle

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🔶 Why diets give us a sense of identity

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🔶 Why Deanna is so paranoid of Tony’s perceived judgements when podcasting

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…and much more!

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