Do you struggle with a daily, hourly, and minute-to-minute obsession of unwanted thoughts around the food you eat and the weight on your scale?
Do you sometimes wish you could just eat what every other 'skinny' girl eats and not worry about it? Or stop fussing and re-adjusting your clothes during the day?
Do you wish you just knew HOW to stop the obsessive, never-ending thoughts inside your head?
It is here you will learn to stop obsessing and start living. Start by entering your name and email for our 'What Feeds You' Friday weekly inspiration mail.
Maya is a registered dietitian teaching women dieters the proven and specific step-by-step process that ends the obsessive thinking addiction for permanent weight loss and peace with food.
Don't know where to start? Call us at (480) 481-6697
Overturning The Golden Rule: the Rule of Self-Adoration The golden rule: Treat others as you want to be treated. I don't believe we have an issue here; we are generally kind and nurturing women. The problem is in the implementation of the opposite: Treat yourself as you would want others to be treated: the Rule of Self-Adoration. In the first weeks of our small group coaching/10 Weeks class, one woman read her new story with food sharing her realization: there is no way she would treat another woman the way that she treated, and talked to, herself. ... Read More >>
"I feel crazy!" The 3 voices inside your head and who you should really be listening to No, you are not crazy. Yes, you do have yackers inside your head. And yes, they are very much a part of you whether you like it or not. Let's talk about who they are (in order of obnoxiousness): #1: THE JUNKIE The junkie can take many forms and names: fear, ego, judgment, asshole, crazy, etc. It is the voice that has been the director of your life... up until now. You can read more about the voice of my past junkie here, an... Read More >>
The Power of Giving Yourself Permission to Be Exactly Where You Are In the midst of our daily busy-ness, in the midst of our daily goal's pursuit, we can experience self-induced frustration, anger, fear, worry, and anxiety, for not reaching unrealistic expectations fast enough or not having enough time left in the day for our to-do list or not being as far along as we wish we could be on our journey to health and wholeness. And it is this very struggle that is robbing you of your current moment's peace. ... Read More >>
To the the Debbie Downers, Negative Nancys and Pessimistic Pattys: How to Practice Emotional Discipline Emotional addiction is toxic. It will not help you reach your goals. In fact, it does just the opposite. Emotional addiction helps to maintain your current state of being, the one you want so badly to get out of. The fix? Emotional Discipline. We are disciplined with our schedules, maybe our cash, maybe our our weight loss efforts.... so why not our emotions? You can't organize them in a file folder or sort them in an excel spre... Read More >>
"What should I eat?!" The #1 food skill every binge-eater should practice on their journey to balance For yo-yo dieters and binge-eaters, THE most important working piece is, and will always be, the mental detox. It's the one crucial step we take together in my private coaching practice. It is also the step that is often missed. It is the step where we begin to identify personal adopted thoughts and truth creations in order to purge and replace them. But there's a catch. We have to eat during this process. And the question is always: &q... Read More >>
Do you have common excuses for your health like time or energy? If you shout, "But I don't have time!" Watch: Making room for weight loss with Behavioral Nutritionist and Registered Dietitian Maya Nahra Destruction is often thought of as a 'negative' word, yet the very act itself can be productive (and even liberating) when it comes to permanent weight loss. In fact, the act of destruction is so important for you, the yo-yo dieter, binge-eater, and emotional eater, that it is one of the 4 stages I work through with my one-on-one coaching clients. ... Read More >>