Heal from emotional eating habits & break free from self-sabotaging behaviors.

Top 5 phases to transforming from the inside out

Break-free from what is holding you back from achieving your goals. heal from bad eating habits, and transform from the inside out.

The health and wellness industry is changing and people are beginning to realize that changing their relationship with food is much more important than chasing a number on the scale.  Its time we begin transforming from the inside out. 

Why losing weight isn’t so easy for some people.  I’ve heard this many times that all you have to do is change what you eat, cook more at home, and give up soda. Who can relate?

But it’s not as easy as some people make a sound to be. Maybe for those individuals, but not everyone is designed the same, and we all need a different roadmap.

When you have a weight problem, you can’t just change your eating habits overnight because the weight problem usually comes from childhood trauma.

So before someone starts wanting to lose weight, you have to find out the root cause of your weight problem.

Your weight problem comes from emotional issues; it’s never about the food. People soothe themselves with food because they use food as a coping mechanism. This is the reason why people have a hard time sticking to a meal plan.

When you start dealing with the emotional part of your health journey, you stop gravitating to comfort food because you learn to acknowledge your habits instead of reacting to them.

When you become aware of what you are dealing with, you start shifting your mindset and begin to make food choices that make you feel good and serve your goals. You become more mindful of your emotions and food choices.

I hear it all the time when coaches tell their clients or doctors tell their patients that they need to lose weight send them home with a list of food they shouldn’t eat. They go home overwhelmed and discouraged. They start eliminating food for the first week, and then a weight of emotions overcomes them.  It’s not that you can’t do it, you just have to approach it from a different angle.  You have to work from the inside out first.

The best approach is never to be strict or cut everything cold turkey. You should always start slow by changing one thing at a time. When you take a slow approach, you are able to make long-term changes and create a healthy and balanced relationship with food.

If you are someone that is struggling to lose weight and you don’t know where to begin, you can schedule a free assessment call with me.

I help women heal and break free from emotional eating habits and self-sabotaging behaviors.

Stop feeling like you are unable to lose weight, or that you were born that way, or that you were meant to be heavy. I see you, and I want to help you. You have the ability to reach your desired goals too. You can also build a healthy relationship with food and live a life without restrictions, the same way I did!

Here is what my 12-week program Transform from the inside out consists of:

I will take you through 5 phases:

  • Reveal your eating patterns and triggers
  • Release judgement you have around food
  • Rewire the mind
  • Reinforce the tools you have learned
  • Move into a maintanence phase

During the 12-weeks, I will take you at your pace, the number on the scale will not be something we track. The goal is to transform from the inside out.

My program is not a one-size-fits-all. It is customized to your needs, your schedule, something you can sustain long-term.

I know firsthand what you are going through because I had to heal myself first. It was the best thing I have done for myself. Food no longer controls me. I live a happy, healthy, and balanced life without restrictions.

And that is why I am so passionate, to help other women achieve the same.

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Benny Gallo

Health Coach

Helping men & women build a healthy relationship with food by identifying emotional eating habits & triggers to create long-term lifestyle changes.

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