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After dinner, teach yourself to think of the kitchen as being closed for the night, and brush your teeth — you’ll want to eat less with a newly cleaned mouth. If a craving hits, wait 10. 6 Steps to Fix Bad Eating Habits. 1. Take Baby Steps.

Making small changes in your diet and lifestyle can improve your health as well as trim your waistline. Some suggestions from 2. Become More Mindful. One of the first steps toward conquering bad eating habits is paying more attention to what. 15 Ways to Break The Bad Eating Habits Behind Your Weight Gain Clean your kitchen. A study published in the journal Environment and Behavior found just being in a cluttered, messy Hide your vices. The foods that are easiest to reach for are the ones you’re most likely to take.

A study conducted. Embracing healthy eating habits and quitting bad ones is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions among people from all over the globe. Even though many. There are many ways to break bad habits. This is absolutely essential if you want to stay fit and healthy, so don’t wait any longer and give our tips a try.

Recent research shows that breakfast skippers tend to eat more calories during the day than do people who don’t skip. Eating breakfast may actually help you achieve and maintain weight loss. The fix: Breakfast doesn’t have to be a drawn-out affair, but try to eat about an hour or two after you get up. “Aim for 250 to 400 calories, and include at least one serving of whole grains, a.

Introduce new healthy eating habits, like reducing portion sizes and increasing the amount of fresh food that you eat. Replace the bad with the good. 3. Become more mindful of what you eat.

Another tip on how to break bad eating habits is to start to think more. 15 Ways to Break The Bad Eating Habits Behind Your Weight Gain. These science-backed tips are your keys to success!

By Olivia Tarantino. August 28, 2020. Healthy Habit Swap Either prep meals in advance or purchase a few portion-controlled meals at the grocery store and stash them in your If you do order in, order an appetizer as your main entree or split your meal in two before eating. Enjoy the second. Any amount of change is a good amount of change, Fear says, so don’t think you’re a failure if you can’t immediately break a bad habit. “Just look.

Eating a large salad or bowl of low-sodium, broth-based soup before lunch and dinner may be an effective way to prevent overeating. Summary Use.

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Here are some changes youcan make in your eating behavior that avoid the necessity for willpower: Eat accordingto a schedule to avoid unplanned eating.Eatthree meals a day and twoor three snacksdaily, preferably atthe same time each day.The snacks should be low in calories,such as carrot sticks or celery.

“Prediabetes For Dummies” by Alan L. Rubin
from Prediabetes For Dummies
by Alan L. Rubin
Wiley, 2009

• Eat small meals or snacks whenever you want.

“Consumer Health USA” by Alan M. Rees
from Consumer Health USA
by Alan M. Rees
Oryx Press, 1997

Buy just one piece, eat in public, or do whatever is necessary to ensure that you can enjoy a reasonable amount without feeling at risk of bingeing.

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from Nutritional Foundations and Clinical Applications E-Book: A Nursing Approach
by Michele Grodner, Sylvia Escott-Stump, Suzanne Dorner
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

A good way of doing this is to ask patients to visit a local supermarket and write down all foods they would be reluctant to eat because of their possible effect on their shape or weight, or because they fear that eating them might trigger a binge.

“Clinical Handbook of Psychological Disorders, Fifth Edition: A Step-By-Step Treatment Manual” by David H. Barlow
from Clinical Handbook of Psychological Disorders, Fifth Edition: A Step-By-Step Treatment Manual
by David H. Barlow
Guilford Publications, 2014

keep you full (think of Thanksgiving, when you eat a lot of different things, stuff yourself, and still have but if you make this a habit for at least one meal a day, it’ll decrease your temptations and help you stop YOU-reka!

“You: On A Diet: The Owner's Manual for Waist Management” by Michael F. Roizen, Mehmet C. Oz
from You: On A Diet: The Owner’s Manual for Waist Management
by Michael F. Roizen, Mehmet C. Oz
Simon & Schuster, 2006

Realize that it is not always your body that tells you to eat — it is often your mind.

“Quantum Eating: The Ultimate Elixir of Youth” by Tonya Zavasta
from Quantum Eating: The Ultimate Elixir of Youth
by Tonya Zavasta
BR Publishing, 2007

Refer back to the questions beginning on page 26 or go to my website for some emotional eating/self-discovery exercises.

“The Best Life Diet” by Bob Greene
from The Best Life Diet
by Bob Greene
Simon & Schuster, 2007

You can begin to break the habit of wolfing down your food by practicing “mindful eating.”

“Health & Wellness”
from Health & Wellness
by
, 2008

Do not ban any foods (this might be counterproductive because you might develop cravings for them), and do not restrict what you eat (this might trap you into thinking more about food).

“Manage Your Mind: The Mental Fitness Guide” by Gillian Butler, R. A. Hope
from Manage Your Mind: The Mental Fitness Guide
by Gillian Butler, R. A. Hope
Oxford University Press, 2007

A simple mindful tip for eating is to let your stomach do the eating.

“One Second Ahead: Enhance Your Performance at Work with Mindfulness” by Rasmus Hougaard, Jacqueline Carter, Gillian Coutts
from One Second Ahead: Enhance Your Performance at Work with Mindfulness
by Rasmus Hougaard, Jacqueline Carter, Gillian Coutts
Palgrave Macmillan US, 2016

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  • Ive been vegan now 6 months because of health issues, never felt better. I was addicted to junk food. 25lbs later gone and I am a new man.

  • For breakfast as a 12 year old I had 5 cookies, for lunch I had chips and chocolate milk, 3 pieces of pizza and another cookie. I’m Somehow not 400 pounds but I probably will be if I keep this up ��

  • Honestly feels so good to know I’m not alone.. my food addiction made me gain 100lbs.. I was able to lose it but still battle with it everyday and gained about 20 back it’s seriously an everyday battle..foods on my mind almost 24/7

  • I feel like, as the amount of people who care about their healthy diet increase, then the worlds unhealthy food companies will decrease, or vice versa, if People stopped producing junk food or processed food, we would all have no other choice but to eat healthy, thus we could all be models!!

  • I really enjoyed the video up to the point you said, “If you take away all the depression then there’s no way you can go into the pattern anymore…” You said this without no explanation on how to eliminate the depression. You also say it as if you can just move some boxes out of your garage. This isn’t a rant by the way but I see this a lot and it can be quite frustrating, when you read the title of the clip, build up some hope, then get smashed half way through when you say something like, “Just get rid of all the depression, lonliness, heartache..” Or whatever it is that’s emotionally disturbing you. Easier said than done bro but thanks for the video. You care man and that shows. I’ll say it again, it’s not a rant, I’m just a bit disheartened slightly. I’m struggling like mad to stop eating junk, I eat when I’m happy and also when I’m sad, how do I deal with that. I go to cook a healthy meal and just say, “Fuck That, it tastes shit.” Then I order an Indian meal and feast haha

  • I Love, love, love cooking. My boyfriend and I cook almost every evening together (unless we have leftovers) and it’s almost meditative and it’s a lovely activity together

  • Its funny that a few hundred years ago, obesity was a sign of wealthsome extra pounds showed people that you could afford meat and food, while the working class was eating whatever they could manage to grab, and now its completely changed. Now, fast food is cheap and eating “healthy” and organic natural foods are expensive, so that contributes to problems as well. I wonder when that massive shift happened?

  • you make the best videos. Simple, straightforward, well explained, beautifully filmed and most of all inspiring! Just like a reflection of you:)

  • I’m at college now and there’s two sides to the dining hall: good and bad. Fat oily food or healthy food. I need to like the good stuff.

  • I’m sort of an intermitent faster. But I never eat less than I need! I just love eating three large meals instead and I don’t always crave food in the morning ��

  • Hintsrest is a great site where you will find beautiful articles related to daily life. Articles about health, beauty, cooking recipes, wellness, lifestyle, and all that is related to your everyday life. You will also find well-chosen advices, hints, tricks that can make your life easier and find your happiness. And more several informations may change your life and help you to be in good physical and mental health. Try to visit http://hintsrest.com/ is a great site where you will find beautiful and useful articles

  • my mom always has headaches and i think its because she smokes everyday. i always tell her to stop and its so bad for her lungs, but she never listens to me. ��

  • Hi Jenny, just a quick question. Where can I buy nutritional yeast in Germany? Do they have it in regular stores or do I have to order it online? Thank you:)

  • I’m so happy you did a collab with Pick Up Limes, so I was introduced to your channels. I absolutely love, you and Davids videos. You deserve to be living your dream! Cheers!

  • Probably the best advice here is cooking food that tastes good. Unfortunately ready made food that is actually healthy is hard to find

  • Wonderful presentation up until the very end, when he said that the solution to addiction is to have better food to eat. Food addiction is real, just as alcohol addiction is real. The solution to alcoholism is not to remove booze from the market place so that it is not easy to get. The answer for the alcoholic is not moderation, but total abstinence. The answer for the food addict is no less critical. His closing remark was that we do not have to abstain from these foods, but just eat them in moderation don’t eat cake every day, but only once in a while. You would not tell an alcoholic to only drink once in a while. He did such a balanced presentation of the true nature of food addiction as a real addiction, then gave a solution that does not actually deal with the addiction. I agree that it would be nice if the food supply was “cleaned up”, but that will not help those already addicted. Speaking as a carbohydrate addict myself, abstinence is the only answer. The addict needs knowledge and a support system.

  • Hi Jenny! Tebello from SA here. I’m struggling with snacking… how does constructively and consistently do that? Especially on a college student budget?
    P.s. I love your channel

  • Love this video and love all your videos in general. I would really like to see a video dedicated to each meal and snack. My eating is a DISASTER and I don’t even know where to start.

  • Do you have any ideas or thoughts on cooking in small spaces or cooking for one (sad face)? I live in a teeny tiny apartment, and my kitchen doesn’t even have a counter-top. I have a rolling cart I can cut vegetables on, but sometimes I watching cooking tutorials and I dont’ even have enough space for all the bowls (let alone own any of the bowls). Also, I hate cooking because I just have no room haha… once I have my dream kitchem maybe I’ll like it more. Also, I try to stick to raw-vegan, which helps with eating for one, but being a single guy is hard with cooking, and I feel like I waste food a lot because I don’t get to eat everything:/ Two video ideas!

  • My mom bought a box of chocolates with more than 100+ mini kinds of chocolates. I have 3 siblings, and after 3 days, BOOM. Its empty. Every like = an attempt to stop binge eating junkfood. Try your best to not eat them, and if you are already, like me, then exercise, eat healthy, and make a border between you and junkfood. Another tip is, KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE PRIZE.

  • i eat a big bowl of cereal, a bowl of ice cream, 5 ice teas, and 2 bowls of ramen, I really need to stop this habit i’m like 150 pounds

  • My biggest weakness CARBS!! ���� everything from bread to rice to potato chips or fries. Not a big fan of sweets but savory and carbs are my weakness!!

  • What if your job causes your food schedule to be a mess?:/ I eat breakfast around 7 then don’t have a lunch break anywhere from 1:30 2:30. I work at a vegan cafe and on my toes non stop.

  • THE SECRET FORMULA FOR SUCCESSFUL CHANGE

    The desire to make things better is part of human nature. Just about all of us have embarked on some type of self-improvement project at one time or another, whether it’s a New Year’s resolution to get in shape or a commitment to quit an unhealthy habit. But for many of us, it can be frustrating to feel like we’re putting a lot of effort into changing ourselves without seeing the results we want. So what’s the secret? If you’ve been wondering how to make a real, lasting transformation in your life, you’ll love this inspiring video from #IPEtv! Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, will explore the ways we unconsciously sabotage our changes and reveal the best way he’s found to create the shift you’re longing for! In the comments below, please let us know: What techniques have you found that helped you make changes in your life? We love hearing your thoughts!

  • I agree with you about fad diets. I like mostly fruits and veggies myself. I do like small amount of meat once in awhile, but I try to make sure more fish and very little beef or pork. Your a Veagan eater and I’ll call myself a Mediterranean eater. Thank you for sharing and you look great!

  • I love this message! You tell your brain what to believe!!! This makes so much sense. It is the self-fulfilling prophesy concept anyone who takes psychology 101 learns, but you explained it in a way that really makes sense.

  • I find myself being a binge eater most of my binge eating is linked to me feeling lonely & bored I’m starting the 21 challenge today thank u for the great advice

  • The presentation was good, but I think it’s a little naive to think that the solution to this issue is to have major corporations change the way they produce food. Corporations will change the way they produce food when WE will change our habits individually, so in that sense I think he has it upside down. I would have liked to see what kind of changes WE can make on a day to day basis to improve our eating habits, instead of just waiting for the food industry to change their ways of producing food by mere goodwill.

  • Everything you had said makes so much sence, if i get stuck im gonna come back to this video. thank you for this this makes me confident that i can loose weight and stop my bad habits

  • I’ll start off by saying this is one of the best videos on habit building I’ve seen and I’ve gone through a few. And no disrespect but wow you are fine a’f.

  • Trying to loss weight it was working but I just come to a stop and not seeing result any more so it just get me sad and depress so I started eating jrunk again ��������������

  • I loved it! Thank you I’m dealing with food and now I think I able to change my habits, it won’t be easy but I believe it’s worth it!

  • Food addiction is actually a new concept to me. I have battled and quit drinking and smoking cigarettes cold turkey with a few relapses of course but this addiction has honestly been the hardest to face and hardest to even recognize. Anyway I’m going to battle this addiction and win because I know I’m stronger than my appetite and I’m more motivated to change this pattern than I ever have been since my cigarette addiction has been beat. This was a great video and I appreciate what you said and how you said it.

  • I can honestly say if we follow these principals.We can achieve weight loss. It takes commitment to yourself. I am seriously thinking of a sleeve. I think certain foods are difficult to swallow for me. I had the band. I was trying to eat fish, chicken, eggs. they were too fibrous. Nobody explained it to me. I was just told to eat protein, low fat, sugar free and to avoid other foods. I am like an alcoholic but with food. certain foods send me into a problem where I cant stop the craving to eat more. I am a celiac and I also think the band prepared me for the changes needed if I go with the bypass or sleeve. I am at a weight that if I do not make the changes I will not last past a few years. I estimate 5 years. I paid for my funeral in advance as I had given up. Then I went into therapy to work on my emotional issues. Childhood trauma led to an eating disorder. The abuser has had too much of my life. My life, my mind and my body belong to me. One day at a time I will find the answer to whether I should have surgery. This Dr goes further than any advice I have ever had from surgeons and nutritionists. God bless you Dr V

  • Andrew keep doing what you are doing. Think of yourself as a front line warrior. Don’t think it’s a stretch to say all our obese family and friends are battling this addiction, and this will be a multi-generation war that will continue to claim millions of casualties. It’s time for more of us to make sure we are on the right side of history.

    I have just gone through a major transformation this past year lost 72 pounds (252-180). I am determined to keep it off, but I know I have food addiction issues. Going from weight loss mode to weight loss maintenance brings new challenges. First step is recognizing my food addictions are real, just like a drug addiction. Starting to deal with this through mindful eating practices and learning what my triggers are for unhealthy food cravings.

  • Why not make one trigger to rule them all? Create a Trigger => Action => Feeling cycle that is very strong. When you notice a Trigger, invoke your Trigger and follow through its cycle. Example: Use a favorite song as a trigger, come up with dance moves as the action, pretend to feel your desired emotion. Repeat this, make it strong, make it second nature. Next time you become aware of a bad trigger, invoke your trigger and accompanying cycle to interrupt the bad trigger’s pattern.

  • I feel more depressed and I still haven’t found my passion in life and don’t have anything to look forward too so eating healthy is depressing as fuck

  • Just finished watching and haven’t tried the test yet, but this all makes so much sense to me. I’m going to check out your other videos. If they are as good I will recommend to my daughter and sub.

  • It is really hard for me to stop overeating because my mom cooks amazing food and our kitchen cupboard is always full of junk food(chips,chocolate,etc.).And for some reason I never ever feel full, and I also never feel hungry.So I can’t decide if I need to eat or if I just want to eat. Do you have any advice that can help me?

  • 1 TRICK TO MAKE YOU IMMEDIATELY HAPPIER:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2uhuDvVjqY

    according to me and david anyway ^.^

    love // jenny

  • I remember this time last year (April 2019) I ate a cheese stake at 199.8 lbs. I was about to be 200lbs and my belly button started leaking fluid ( disgusting I know). I was a couch potato.

    This year April 2020 same time, I’m down t0 169 lbs and feeling/sleeping so much better.

    Goal: 150lbs.

  • This is a really concise, accessible description of a cognitive behavioral/mindful approach to habits. Addiction alternatives to 12-step programs recommend a process something like this for cravings. One problem, though, with anything that targets motivation, is that it’s contingent on dopamine, the neurotransmitter associated with reward. The way the brain processes dopamine varies from individual to individual. An approach to habit formation like this will be easier for some people than others, depending on brain chemistry.

    One theory of ADHD is that there is a dopamine issue that keeps people with the disorder from feeling rewarded by completing a task and hence motivated. Addictive drugs like meth that release high levels of dopamine eventually result in the brain releasing less dopamine on its own, so the addict loses motivation to do anything but get high, which as tolerance builds, isn’t that high at all. Therefore, if you’re dealing with new habit formation in a person whose brain releases less dopamine like a meth addict or a person with ADHD, for instance you have to tailor a behavioral method that takes their unique motivation challenges into account. I’m just now looking into this but my gut feeling is that for the dopamine-challenged, a mindful approach like what you’ve described is helpful but with baby steps and lots of rewards integrated into it. I’m glad you mentioned meditation. Whenever I try to redirect action, I do deep breathing and find it hugely helpful. A morning meditation gets the day started right.

    So glad I found this channel.

  • Im glad he kept saying chocolate thats my major trigger ( this video is something i need to watch for a while until i seeps into my brain for good)

  • Great advice in your video. As someone who has lost 35 pounds in the last 6 months and greatly improved his blood chemistry I have one word of advice; beans. A serving of beans once a day, usually a black eyed pea & roasted vegetable salad for lunch, has made a tremendous difference in my health. Along with switching over to a more plant based diet. One of the flaws I see in a lot of vegetarian diets is an over reliance on processed foods and faux “meats”.

    When I increased my bean intake I was worried about increased gas, which happened at first but then my body adjusted. And as you point out, my palate changed and I started craving different foods.

  • One thing I have learned about myself recently is that I’d rather satisfy myself with the better tasting peanut butter (that is sweetened) than the raw, healthy kind. It tends to satisfy my sweetness craving so that I’m not tempted to eat cookies or other sweets

  • A TIP! Save this video in a playlist where you can go back. Become familiar with your trigger and every time you realize you’re being triggered, COME BACK TO THIS VIDEO! It will help re motivate you.

  • My diet has changed drastically through COVID19 and for the better, but yesterday while I was driving I saw a lineup at McDonalds and wondered why?

  • I thought it was going to be just another lecture on how to eat, but he had some very compelling research and really knows the struggle, good talk.

  • Love this! Always looking for new ways to challenge my body and mind, looking forward to putting this tactic to the test. Thanks for sharing!

  • The way I quite smoking was I used to buy them from my friends who worked at the store and cause I’m only 17 But they quite their jobs and I had no way of getting them

  • Very informative, well-structured video dude. I felt like I was in a classroom. Def gonna have to watch this video a few times, thx

  • Meal planning and a good list is also one of my musts. I plan out all our meals on Friday and then we make a trip to the local market over the weekend to get what we need. I also find that buying locally sourced food is not only fun to shop for (who doesn’t wanna go to a farmers market and enjoy the fresh air) but also tastes so much better.

  • I’ve gotten at bad habit of having to eat starch like potatoes, rice or noddles with every meal, and it makes me feel so disgustingly full! Any tips on what to replace them with?

  • Unfortunately, the focus of the food industry is not to provide a healthy, quality food supply. The main focus is profit. And just like any drug dealer knows, addiction is the best way to maximize profits. It is pure economics.

  • I was in an endless loop of getting thin and right away getting fat. I started binge eating like never before and I got afraid for my health. I started to wonder why when I am always close to finally reaching my desired weight I always, ALWAYS self sabotage myself. I was thinking why do I do this to myself and the root was deeper and my problem is complex and comes from à lot of things and events that frustrated me. Facing my problem and admitting it, digging deeper, reaching out to my friends and comfronting the things I repressed helped me feel at ease and peace. I hope I will have enough emotional strenght to stop my fluctuating weight and establish a healthy relation to food. I want to free myself from my own mental prison and focus on the beauty of life.

  • This was a very good talk but I think he forgot to tackle one very important aspect. Although process food, junk food, fast food, high sugar foods are making us sick, the companies that produce them are rich. In a capitalist, profit-driven society, the consequence of altering process food recipes to make them more healthy will make those foods unpalatable for the millions of junk food addicts making those profit-driven companies lose a significant amount of money. Sadly, this will never happen. The only thing people can do is educate themselves by watching great videos such as this one and by making the necessary choices for themselves to stop buying those foods and stop making those greedy companies rich. As a result of this decision, they will gain their lives back. Yes, this is hard, but it can be done.

  • What’s my dream “me”
    Eat pizza and work at gym all day �� that could be a dream

    Unfortunately it doesn’t work that way ☹️ �� ��

  • Watching you is such a pleasure. It calms me down! And your advice is always on point. As a youtuber and as a person you are one of a kind and I am happy I found your channel!

  • Honestly this video has completely changed the outlook on my life. I know it sounds petty, but lately I’ve been waking up at odd times in the night and just feeling really depressed about my body. I’ve always generally been quite an active person, going to the gym and playing sports, but I’ve never been consistent and it’s all come down to habits that I need to break. Thanks for the video, I honestly believe that this is the start of a major change in my life!

  • They will never take responsibility. As long as corn, wheat, and soy are subsidized in the US we will continue to have the problem of a toxic, addictive food environment.

  • Hello Jenny! I just found your videos a few weeks ago and I’ve been binge watching them ever since:) I really like your channel and it makes me want to live a better, healthier life, thank you for that. I’ve also started becoming a minimalist and I’m seriously loving it! I had thought about it some time ago but never really knew how or where to begin, and your videos helped a lot:D Greetings from Mexico:)

  • I’m trying to loose weight and it’s so frustrating. I enjoy eating junkfood, sodas and sugary sweets. I end up hating myself after I eat it because I have quite a bit of weight to loose.

  • Mr. Becker,
    Thank you more than I can express for committing to providing people with I think information that is as important, pertinent and life saving as any AA program.
    The absolute irony that I encountered before this video was an ad for “Cinnamon Toast Crack”!!!.. uh…I mean Crunch… nope I mean CRACK.
    Keep spreading the info sir…please keep going.
    Thank you.
    LeAnn W

  • Hello Jenny. I’m a new subscriber to your channel. I tried clicking on the link to your cooking for dummies video but I got a message that the video was unavailable.

  • Oh the truth that this man speaks! Nutrition is definitely one of the answers to help ourselves live the best lives. Unfortunately, due to poverty, which we all know is growing exponentially so many people do not have access, or the ability to even. I hope we can find the balance to help everyone.

  • Being vegan changed my life and I love love love it. Also (Random), I’ve noticed you use blush on your temples and it makes your eyes POP! So lovely!

  • This will actually help because my friends are always saying that I don’t need this but I eat a lot and especially junk food I just have a really fast metabolism. I’m literally 100 pounds and I’m 13…

  • I’m always searching for videos like this to inspire me to change my habits after eating a 300g chocolate.
    But this is the only video which the main message wasn’t just stop it.
    Thanks Matt I’ll try this. This is the first video where someone actually bothers to explain where these triggers come from and how they affect us.

  • For the longest time these food companies have been systematically enslaving people to the unbreakable addiction of processed foods to keep their recurring revenue high.

  • I’m addicted to unhealthy food, and idk how to quit, when I’m stressed or have anxiety I eat way more then when I’m calm and feeling good. I’ve lost 50 pounds from cutting back, and now I’m back to where I started…

  • Like any addiction, food addiction is both physical and emotional and it has been my lifelong struggle. However, what helped immensely combat my food addiction was first significantly reducing my sugar consumption. I am more into savory food than sweets but for some time I had been consuming lots of processed sugar and my body was asking for more and more. I had very challenging withdrawal symptoms for the first 2+ weeks but later it became easier. If I did not make a sacred oath, I do not think I would had enough will power to restrain myself.

    I did not eliminate sugar completely but have reduced my consumption by 90%. To indulge my sweet tooth, I eat fresh and baked fruits, figs, prunes, and some other dried fruits but in small quantities. I use pure vanilla extract, cinnamon, date paste/sugar, and occasionally honey to sweeten my low sugar desserts or lemonade. I do not use artificial sweeteners. Very rarely I would also eat a regular dessert. That alone was not enough but made my transition to the next phase smoother.

    After I normalized my sugar cravings, I shifted my diet to eating 90% of time unprocessed foods mostly vegetables (fresh, baked, cooked, fermented), tubers, mushrooms, legumes, nuts, seeds, herbs, spices, fresh fruits, some dry fruits, homemade yogurt, occasionally some wild fish and grass-fed meat and cheese. Different kinds of bread and pastry are my weakest point so I try to eat them only occasionally and/or in small quantities. I also do intermittent fasting (12-21 hours, usually 16hours daily) and during my refeeding periods I have 2-3 defined meals and do not have any food or caloric drinks in between. When I do eat, I take my time to finish my meal to give my brain sufficient time to register the fact I am satiated rather than eating fast and therefore, possibly overeating. I usually chew my food and rarely drink smoothies. I usually finish my last meal at around 6-7PM, but occasionally later, too. I did not prohibit myself from ever eating some processed foods but it will be more an exception rather than a rule. I try to set and stick to optimal times and foods but do not stress if I divert occasionally from them when I find it appropriate.

    What is interesting is that I eat significantly less now yet feel much more satiated. I do not count calories. I eat until I am satiated. It does not take much power of will or the constant struggle to make healthy food choices or not to overeat, it just comes much more naturally now. I do not have to resort to making a sacred oath to restrain myself or do much restraining at all! My cravings have changed as well. While I would still definitely enjoy some cake etc. now I find myself craving more some real and unprocessed foods. Even during times of stress and emotional upheavals, my appetite does not increase as much. I used to feel as if I were a bottomless pit.

    It is not totally effortless to make good food choices especially when living in different food culture, however, it has become significantly easier and more natural even only after just 2 months of such diet.

    My relationship with food has changed for the better and it is not a relationship of a struggle anymore but of symbiosis. I used to feel that food was in control of me. It was such a devastating feeling to feel weaker than a piece of bread that cannot move, speak or point a gun at you and yet, do its bidding. In all areas of my life I felt very strong except when facing a piece of food. I was in a vicious circle. Now I feel more in control and without a lot of effort on my side. I realized now I was not weak or without character, I was eating the wrong foods which made my body and brain demand more bad foods and perpetuate the vicious circle.

    This is what has been helping me. Please share your revelations. I wish all people find their way to breaking out of their vicious circle and as importantly, never return to it. If you tried to break out of it and did not succeed or you did but the vortex sucked you in again time and time again, do not lose the confidence, do not comfort yourself with more wrong foods, embrace it as a learning experience, do not be too hard on yourself, understand that you are not your addiction and not every bad choice you made was always and really entirely just yours or what you really wanted. Do not beat yourself, be understanding to yourself but do not pity yourself. Pick yourself up and help your body help you make choices that are really yours not of your addiction which rides on dopamine, insulin and leptin resistance, bad sugar-craving bacteria in your gut and all psycho-emotional struggles that precede and/or follow the food addiction. Have faith in yourself. A great fighter is not just the one who always wins effortlessly but also the one who falls down but gathers the strength to get up and continue fighting.

    The curve of progress does not have to be linear, in fact, it more often varies between constant rise and fall, but as far as you are learning from those falls and continuing to fight, in the long run the curve will show an upward trend. Knowledge, power, self-love, good luck and health to all of us!

  • So the better solution for obesity is that you not only quit all palatable junk foods, but also avoid michelin-starred delicious foods or anything you feel delicious? If doing this for a month can help lose weight, why not.

  • Last year I watched this video and was so moved by your message that I dropped all my rules of eating, including the good ones. I was at a healthy weight, I just felt pressured. I was relieved after I watched this video. A year later, I am now overweight. I don’t have any restrictions on what I consume and eat whenever I feel like it. I am now back where I began lol

  • What a good talk, I had obesity issues (I will forever actually because I could slip back), took me what feels like a lifetime to bring it under control and it really is training the brain. Good talk good research, very important Andrew thanks.

  • I want cheese and bacon and eggs and grilled chicken, coke ł, beer. Lots of more thing my tongue haven’t tasted anything good been 4 years. ��

  • I have a bad addiction of healthy food i overeat vegetables and bland food
    I don’t know why can’t i stop eating them
    Whenever i try to stop eating them it make me irritating and angry

  • Thank you Dr Leaf. This is amazing I love these videos, I know that I can change my toxic thoughts and renew my thinking to God’s thoughts.

  • Man I can’t lose anything no matter how healthy I eat and workout I’m just about to eat vegetables and that’s it once a day this some bs

  • Can food be addicting?

    Or can going to toilet be addicting?
    🙂

    Such things are basic needs of man and i think they shouldn’t be classified ‘addiction’ as they can only be controlled to some extent. For instance you could stop depending on foods for 7 days most. Or you could eat 7 days’ food in a day. Each has its harms.

    There should be a third way i think

  • Why do I just love this lady so much? I think it’s because she makes me smile. Lol he can come around on Friday and Saturday �� I thought that was so funny even tho I don’t drink ��

  • I have a lot of habits. I binge eat, even if I’m not hungry. I bite my nails. I fidget a lot. I procrastinate. And I dont know if this is a habit, but I always make self deprecating jokes/ comments. I do it, even if I’m not thinking about it. I mindlessly get up and walk to the fridge or pantry. I mindlessly start tapping my fingers, or biting my nails.:I

  • Im recovering from restricting my caloric intake from 400 calories a day. I have a goal weight in order for me to stay vegan, (which was set by my parents) and Im not particularly underweight by a lot. I’ve been eating junk for like 5 days and its making me sick because I used to eat extremely clean. No processed food, no oils, no salt, no sugar. I literally ate foods in their purest form and now I switch to processed, oily, Vegan junk food and feel like dying. Im alwayssss nauseous. I havent gained more than 2 lbs but Im retaining water soo badly. Literally just been binging to the point where I feel sick and kinda wanna just throw it all up and its not because im particularly scared of the calories, just that it seriously does not agree with my body. I wanted to try and recover with a super clean whole food based diet, but my digestive system is so sensitive

  • Nice presentation, Andrew! I really liked how you equated telling an overweight person to go on a diet/eat healthier on their own with telling someone who’s addicted to drugs or alcohol that they need to reduce their use. It just won’t work. I’ve never heard it stated that way before, but it makes a lot of sense and really puts food addiction into perspective as what it is an addiction.

  • Excellent presentation. I think that your summary of the current body of research and scope of the problem help shape the call to action. Definitely an important up and coming issue in our society.

  • Also, how often do you rat tofu? I’live it even though I’m not a vegan. But I’ve read that it can slow your thyroi. Do you know if that’s an issue only for people with thyroid problems to begin with? Or can it affect a healthy thyroid as well?

  • I had a bad day today.. Went to the show and ate popcorn..����
    I doesn’t happen often.
    Question? How do you know you’ve stretched your sleeve? Tuesday will be a year out 61 lbs down…

  • Having horrible health issues and yet my stress and emotions trigger immediate bad decisions with food even though I know better. I really appreciate this video! Going to try this out

  • Ok I just jumped up like a loon to my cooler ringtone that i didn’t know i had! I have faith in this, seems logical. I’ll see you in 21 days, this could change my life. Thank you for the video!

  • So true I never thought I was an emotional eater until I kept hearing why do you eat then I thought I must be an emotional eater. However your right it is really habit so true I can beak the habit this is a aha moment thank you