Have Lunch with Warren Buffet. It Can Help You Lose Weight.

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Two weeks ago, the annual bid for a lunch with Warren Buffet took place. The winning bid was for just under  $3.5 million dollars.
I want all of us to take  moment and think about what it means to be the kind of person that bids and wins a lunch with Warren Buffet at the tune of $3.5 million dollars.
There is a lot we can learn from this man (or woman) that can help us in our weight loss journey. Let me explain.

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Welcome to the FoodLove Community!

 

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My name is Ryan but you can call me FoodLove Girl!  me_bitmojiI originally thought of that nickname because I loooove food….. but food has not always loved me.  I have been struggling with my weight for 15+ years now and although I haven’t quite mastered it yet, I’ve learned a lot along the way and now I want to share it with you.

 

The purpose of FoodLoveMe/FoodHateMe is to share  my ongoing journey as a “lessons learned” and “lessons learning” in an attempt to help you shorten your weight loss journey.  If I can help just one person shorten their journey by one year, or even one month, then all of the pain and struggles I’ve been through related to my weight will have been worth it.

 

You have arrived at a safe haven for people who have struggled with their weight and their relationship with food for years and are tired and ready to heal.

In this struggle to be healthy and happy amidst a complicated world of misinformation that leaves us frustrated and unhappy, I believe there is a simple solution to ending the madness and healing our relationship with food.  Here in the FoodLove Community we focus on what I believe are the 3 main elements of that solution: 

  1. Surrendering Your Weight Loss Journey
  2. Focusing on Living “Full Out”
  3. Creating Systems to make everything easier and less stressful

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How to Stop Mindless Eating While Watching Television

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I am working very hard right now to try to eat without distractions and be in the moment and enjoy my meals.  So much of my excess weight is a result of mindless eating.   Most of that mindless eating has happened while watching television.  Over the years I’ve formed a bad habit of getting off work, feeling the need to unwind and choosing to sit down in front of the television and snack.  2 hours later, I’ve wolfed down 300-500 totally unnecessary calories.
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There is something missing from my life that compels me to this habit day after day.  This is a hard issue to resolve and it is taking some time.   While I have been exploring the deeper issues behind this habit,  I’ve come up with some tricks that are helping me break away from this habit. I  think they will help you too.

Here are 5 tips to help you stop mindless eating while watching television:

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