January 30, 2024

Naturally Thin for Life with Laura Dixon | Ideal Weight Loss Focus Ratio

How much time do you spend thinking about food or your body every day? When these thoughts come up, are they propelling you forward on your journey, or holding you back? Knowing where your thoughts are going is a crucial piece of the Naturally Thin for Life approach.

In today’s episode, I discuss what I call the weight loss focus ratio: the optimal breakdown of weight loss thoughts and energy during your Naturally Thin for Life journey.

Tune in this week to reflect on the extent to which your weight loss thoughts are directed toward food, rather than the reasons why you want to lose weight in the first place. Reflecting on the time you spend thinking about food is an important practice to make sure your mental space is in alignment with your Naturally Thin Self.

If you are ready to lose weight without deprivation, restriction, or willpower, join the only program designed for successful, driven women to end obsessive dieting and gain the freedom of being Naturally Thin for Life. You’ll learn to implement the tools and concepts I teach to only eat when you’re hungry, stop when you’re full, and become Naturally Thin For Life. Click here to join the program today.

What You’ll Learn:

  • What the weight loss focus ratio is.
  • How to bridge the gap between your ideal weight loss focus and what it currently is.
  • The three primary obstacles that stand in the way of shifting your weight loss focus.
  • How to discover what your ideal focus ratio is.
  • Some practices that will help you focus on feeling great in your body, instead of just on the food you eat.

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