My 13 YEAR eating addiction BROKEN and 65 pounds lost using this natural weight loss program (and understanding emotional eating).
If you’re ready to reach your ideal weight, naturally and without dieting– and if you’re wondering how to do that – you’re in the right place! My name is Elizabeth 'Lily' Hills and I conquered a 13 year emotional eating addiction, lost 65 pounds and have kept it off for over 23 years, with ease. Since 2006, through my radio shows, books, workshops and private coaching practice, I've now supported hundreds of thousands of people in learning the keys to getting over emotional eating to reach their natural weight without dieting or deprivation.
And starting NOW I'd love to help you too!
Obesity experts agree...mindful eating is crucial to weight loss!
And mastering your mindset is CRITICAL to your ability to stay committed to all of your health related goals. I learned from the best-of-the-best ... attended seminars with my role models and thought leaders, went to therapy and focused on my addiction to food and that's why I'm FREE from emotional eating AND body judgement today
and starting today you can too!
"The 'Maserati' of Mindful Eating Trainings..."
In the New Mindful Eating Method Online Program, I developed what I, and my clients most wanted when desperate to conquer overeating habits. They, like you, wanted to know EXACTLY how to lose weight, NATURALLY (without dieting) and wanted support 24 hour a day, 7 day a week for any time they wanted to eat but weren't physically hungry. After almost 7 years in production - here it is!
You are not alone. I’m a former compulsive overeater who has lost 65 pounds and kept it off for 20 years, and more importantly, I’ve lost the obsession with food that made every single day a HUGE challenge. I figured out how to master my "untamed" mind, the persuasive voice that made me reach for food automatically and sometimes against my will, to cope with any uncomfortable emotion I was feeling … like worry, boredom, overwhelm, depression, confusion, frustration, hopelessness or in some cases dehydration and exhaustion.
Can you relate? Getting over overeating takes mental training and you definitely want to put it on the dashboard of your priorities rather than the back seat where it can get ignored for years. There are no shortcuts here! You have to take getting over emotional eating very, very, very seriously as it only gets worse if you don’t meet it head on… I know from over 13 years of personal (and painful) experience.
Endorsed by the National Council for Certified Personal Trainers!