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Mental side of weight loss looks at what motivates and influences your healthy and not so healthy behaviors around weight. The mental side of weight can be influenced by high stress, tense relationships, poor sleep habits, outdated food beliefs and a perception of self that sells you short of the body you’re capable of achieving and maintaining.
Every one of us was built for health. But not all of us developed the kind of patterns and behaviors early on in life that makes losing and maintaining weight an easy task. Skinny Brain is our way of describing the healthy brain patterns we help you form which enable healthy behaviors to follow.
What makes Skinny Brain’s approach different is our relentless focus on lasting weight loss. We fully recognize that there are programs that provide quick and easy solutions, but their temporary results speak for themselves.
According the National Weight Control Registry, only 20% of all dieters are able to maintain even a 10% loss of weight for one year.” At Skinny Brain, we think these statistics say more about the poor quality of what’s being sold than it does about the capabilities of the dieter.
To make weight loss last we approach weight from a unique angle. Starting with the end in mind, we prefer a slow and steady approach that allows our members to develop skinny habits. Habits that with enough practice and support they will learn to do automatically.
Simply put, quick and easy weight loss doesn’t last. Weight loss takes persistence and dedication. And there’s nothing worse than regain the weight you worked so hard to lose.
To prevent this yo-yo experience we avoid harsh calorie cutting and excessive exercise and instead focus on how we can make small tweaks in your life. Small tweaks that over time add up to significant and sustainable weight loss.
OSkinny Brain values relationships because people are social creatures. “No man is an island”. And neither does weight gain occur without the influence of relationships.
When dieters develop a good sense of who they are in the context of their relationships, they’re in a great position to make lasting change with their weight.