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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Be Curious

It's time. Learn to think with your senses.
If you're ready to get off the diet treadmill and 
stop fighting with your weight -       
Make 2 resolutions & get results you've been dreaming about.

Start easy.
1.  Taste every bite of food you put in your mouth. This is you reconnecting with your body.
2.  Be curious. This is you reconnecting with your intuition.

  • Everyone has intuition. 
  • Curiosity is intuitive. It's part of your survival instinct. 
  • You don't think, curious; you feel curious. It's a physical intuitive nudge.  
  • The more curious you are, the more aware you are, and so the more you discriminate, the better choices you make. 
  • Be curious and respond to what you sense.

2012 is year to feel and look great. It's easy.
In 2011, 95% of dieters gained back their weight. 2012 is the time to think differently.

OLD diet methods are generic and create stress.
NEW is custom-tailored to you and effortless.
It's natural to base what you eat on cues from your senses that tell when you're hungry and when you're not.
Intuition works with your brain and your body as a focusing, balancing and awareness lens. This creates a relaxed way of being in sync with yourself that's easy, relaxed feeling. 

Welcome to the 21st century!
Am I Really Hungry, 6th Sense Diet: Intuitive Eating tells you exactly how to recognize your intuition. Then, it tells you exactly how to be aware of it and use your senses as a protective guide when you're around food. Make it easy for yourself in 2012.

Check this link for more ways to stay in control of your weight without dieting!  

Sunday, December 18, 2011

When self-discipline fails.. PHAT

We all have those moments when the effort to put on the brakes is too much. Here's the intuitive way to fulfill your inner baby and protect your real-time body:

Start easy.
Bypass the emotional hot buttons to connect with your body when frustrated with temptation by relying on the intuitive basics - your physical senses. 
Pamper yourself by eating sensually. 
Just use one sense: Taste.
  • Taste what tempts you and really savor it. 
  • Make love to your food with your tongue.  Do it slowly.
  • Taste what you eat as if it's your last meal.
  • Search for pleasure and satisfaction
Intuitive eating is sensual and very seductive in a satisfying way. 
It's when you zone into your body and what feels good with every bite. 
There is nothing forbidden, but lots that's pretty, hot and tempting. 
Enjoy eating, and enjoy yourself by tuning-in to what you taste. 
Pamper yourself with pleasure and dignity. Be sensual and get satisfaction. As you use your intuition you gain a permanent weightless understanding of yourself and you lose weight.

For the past few weeks, Am I Really Hungry? has been a best seller on under health: mind and body and mind-body connection! People are using the book to change their lives! Give yourself a gift!

Self-discipline is a handrail to grab to stay clear about where we want to get. But sometimes it's hard to reach our goals. We're too tired, or our inner baby just wants to eat cake. That's when the only available transportation is a leap of faith.
  • Have faith that you deserve a body that is healthy and feels good. 
  • Trust that it's worth the short-term frustration of ignoring your inner baby to have the long-term result of liking yourself. 
  • Take the leap when you can't deal with self-discipline and you'll discover yourself smiling.  

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

It's time to feel the joy!

Stop being manipulated! Old school diet plans manipulate you with guilt and doubt so that you become emotionally starved and binge out of frustration! It's the opposite of joy.

Aren't you ready to feel the joy?
In truth, eating is strictly physical. Step into the 21st century by using intuitive tools to be clear about what will give you the best quality of life. Intuitive eating is all about you.

Feeling joy is an obvious key to quality of life. By using curiosity and foresight for perspective and protection around food, you can stay clear about your priorities. You'll feel the joy of self-control!

Many holiday foods can fuel your body and streamline your life.
Eat with the purpose of achieving best quality of life.
To do this:

Eat less, but eat variety.
Take 'tastes' and savor them.
Pause to notice what you eat.
Don't feel a need to try everything at one time.
Listen to your body, not your emotions.
Trust your intuition. 
The following 'super foods' have more nutrition per calorie and high levels of antioxidants and phytochemicals. According to authorities, they protect you against cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, stroke, obesity, diverticulosis and cataracts.
Super Food list:
Chocolate: dark (at least 60%) is best, enjoy a few bites
Nuts: a small handful, well chewed will give you long-term energy
Pumpkin & Sweet Potatoes: mega vitamins for your immune system
Pomegranate: anti-inflammatory, benefit nervous system, inhibit tumor cell growth
Cinnamon: helps maintain healthy blood sugar level, considered anti-bacterial
Cranberries: high in vitamin C which is why it's tart, eat in moderation
Nutmeg: have in small doses, can enhance sleep and help regulate anxiety
Brussels Sprouts: especially  protective against cancer
Enjoy food at parties by eating for quality of life. Use your intuition to see the big picture.

Using intuitive tools like curiosity and foresight puts you in control by giving you long-term perspective. See yourself healthy and fit. Have tips, tricks and techniques on your phone 24/7 for support.   Feel in control and feel the joy!
It's easy. Intuitive eating keeps you aware of what you eat, so you can demand, expect and create the quality of life you want. You can't buy good health, but you can enable it.

At mealtime, use your all of your senses, including common sense, to relate what you think with what you physically feel.  You'll discover that using your mind to fuel your body protectively, becomes automatic.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

The Stock Market & Intuitive Eating

It's still party season and will be until January. Think of eating as making an investment in yourself, and position yourself for success. Use intuitive tools to guide your choices so that you stay grounded and in control.

When diet restrictions cause frustration, often the result is emotional eating. When you use your intuition there are no restrictions. Instead, you focus on your immediate quality of life.

Intuitive eating is like smart financial investing.

An article about financial investing said:
"Emotional decisions tend to be impulsive and irrational decisions that compromise the realization of your stated goals."  That's exactly what happens when you make emotional eating decisions.

The stock market has been completely unpredictable for some time. It goes up and down, creating frustration and disappointment for many. For some, this yo-yoing is part of investing. For others, it creates a spiral of despair.

Here are intuitive rules to remember when you eat and are ways to make a solid investment in yourself and your future.
  • Don't panic and let your emotions drive your investment (eating) decisions. Instead, take a long-term approach, confirm your previously set goals and assess your risk tolerance in view of your eating choices. Protect yourself by using your intuitive tools to stay clear about your priorities.
  • Have a taste of what tempts you to make yourself comfortable. Really make sure you taste it for pleasure. Chew well and slowly. Take a second taste and you'll notice it's not as good.  When we're not really hungry, just a taste is the rational investment.  Consider how you would feel if you ate more than your body wanted, and ended up binging. You always have the option to eat less. You are in control.
  • Keep an open mind and be skeptical when someone tells you the latest fad for maintaining your perfect weight.  You can try anything, but trust only your own body when it comes to eating. No one except you knows how you feel physically. It's good to learn about your body and it's best to stay connected to your physical and emotional priorities to make grounded decisions.  An open mind shows you your options.
  • If you overeat, don't fixate on food you've eaten. "Once you make  a purchase, focus on whether the stock still represents one of your best ideas." Beating yourself up is destructive emotionally, and useless. Instead, learn from your mistakes. Everyone slips up; the intuitive way to handle it is to give yourself grace and commit to being wiser next time.
  • If your first choice isn't available or you find you're at an unexpected party where food is abundant, stay balanced by using common sense to stop and assess your options. It's intuitive to be flexible and go with the flow. Enjoy yourself by tasting your options with dignity. Stay clear about your long-term goals.
  • Anticipate the foods that will tempt you at a party, and plan to ride out the evening without panicking by remaining committed to your long-term investment/eating plan. This way you will position yourself for success.
Intuitive eating is the healthy solution to 21st century stress-driven living and eating challenges. It's having an open mind, a flexible attitude towards yourself and eating - you know yourself. Stay clear and you'll like the way your investments turn out. 

"All investors have a unique situation regarding their finances." Your eating choices are uniquely related to your lifestyle and body type. "Solutions to your financial concerns vary dramatically depending on your particular set of circumstances."

Intuitive eating is personal. Download your kindle copy of Am I Really Hungry? 6th Sense Diet : Intuitive Eating,  and have the answers in your pocket 24/7.  It's an investment in your future you can count on!

*Investment article written by Joseph M. Lanza, Branch Manager of SagePoint Financial, Inc., Ridgewood, New Jersey

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Samson & Delilah and intuitive eating..

Do you feel like time speeds up during the holidays? Don't fall into the "I'm too busy to use my senses when I eat", trap! It's a poor excuse, which you know.

If you start feeling the holiday rush, why not use your common sense to stay connected with your body when you're eating? 

Here's a guaranteed TIP  that will help you maintain your weight during this holiday season, more than you can imagine! Start now and do it until Jan. 1 2012. The result will amaze you.

Use your sense of taste to control your weight. The strength you're looking for is what you taste when you're eating. 

In the story of Samson and Delilah, Sampson is  a very strong warrior who falls in love with Delilah, who is a spy. As long as he has long hair, he stays in control. But she cuts off his hair, removing his strength and he was defeated. When you cut off your sense of taste by ignoring it, you lose control of your eating.

When you choose to taste your food as you chew it, you're intuitively tasting strength. It puts you in control. This includes not eating unless it's the right environment where you can taste your food. This may mean eating less, or just less often. 

Wishing you good health and deep satisfaction~
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Eat and drink in the Thankfulness around you.
Come back refreshed.


- Am on a talk show this Monday, at 7PM  called THE GAME OF LOVE,  on Read My Lips, with Bonnie D. Graham. 3 Authors.  Promises to be intense.
Special link:
call-in:   (310) 807-5219 

- The shot  below is a pre-lim part of one of 2 on-line videos I'm doing for The Learning Annex on 11/30/2011, talking about sensuous eating based on Am I Really Hungry? 6th Sense Diet : Intuitive Eating.  Am I Really Hungry? 6th Sense Diet : Intuitive Eating.