Nov 22, 2020
🟡 There’s more to permission-based eating than just saying yes
to all the foods you want to eat.
I see it all the time. People give themselves permission to eat foods they’ve placed off limits, so they go to the store and buy the food, but then they end up eating way more of it than they wanted.
So they quickly write off the idea of practicing moderation and go back to placing these foods on their “trigger foods” list.
Here’s the thing - permission is a feeling, not an action.
You can say yes to buying any food you want. You can tell
yourself you have permission to eat it any time you want. But if
you don’t actually feel and believe that’s true, all you’re doing
is fueling distrust and scarcity, and loading the spring of
In episode 82 of Fitness & Sushi, Deanna and Tony are going to show you what’s missing from your permission-based eating lifestyle so you can start being around the foods you love without feeling out of control around them.
In this episode - “How to Keep “Junk” Food In the House Without Eating it All”, you'll learn...
🔶 Why you feel out of control around junk food
🔶 Why you can’t force moderation
🔶 Strategies for loosening the grip that these foods have over you
🔶 The important distinction between permissive behaviors and a permissive mindset
🔶 How your body image influences how you feel and act around food
🔶 The hypocrisy behind Tony asking Deanna if she wants to go to the grocery story
…and much more!
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