For decades, when it came to fighting obesity, restrictions and prohibitions were the name of the game. Cut portions, cut calories, avoid certain foods. Etc. etc. etc. How does that advice hold up? According to the data, not so well. Over the past thirty years, the obesity rate in the US increased more than threefold, from 11% to 36%.
It’s obvious that the “Eat Less” mantra doesn’t work, yet the weight loss industry still sticks by it. There used to be an excuse for that - there was nothing else to offer. Until now.
I’ve formulated a method for weight loss and health improvement that disrupts the old dogma. It’s called “Eating Applied” (“EatApp” for short) and its premise is simple: Eat More. The more you eat, the more you lose weight.
EatApp is based on an entirely different formula for dealing with obesity. EatApp does not restrict or prohibit anything. On the contrary, it recommends you spend as much time eating as possible.
The emphasis of EatApp is not on what you eat, but on how you eat it. Unlike the old restrictive methods that actually exacerbated obesity, Eating Applied works in accord with the physiology of digestion and our body’s natural metabolic rates. In short, it works in harmony with our natural desire to eat.
EatApp is designed to avoid the common side effects of the old school of weight loss, which include hunger and stress, and which ultimately result in noncompliance and failure.
Eat App works to focus your attention on food and the actual process of eating it. It enhances the pleasure of eating, not the fear and guilt associated with it. As a result, it leaves you satiated with just a fraction of the usual portion.
EatApp creates a habit of mindful eating through a simple, but focused, change of behavior. Once that habit becomes second nature, weight loss and health improvement is nothing short of inevitable.