Has food become all-consuming, where you spend most of your day thinking about it?
Before joining the Mindful Nutrition Method™, Pippa struggled to apply all she knew about nutrition to her life. She said that this made her feel like a failure and that she lacked self-discipline, which made her feel worthless.
As she searched for a way to eat that would last for her, she found herself in a start-and-stop cycle, always looking for the next food regimen she could try that might work.
This took a huge toll on her relationship with food. After working through the program, she realized she had all this information about nutrition, but was struggling to apply it to her life because she didn’t have the tools, practice, or skills to do so. were not
Now that Pippa was guided how to integrate these habits into her life through small but impactful practices and using simple tools, she feels so much freer and lighter that they come naturally to her. Come
Watch her story below!
The Challenge: Information Overload and the Bad vs. Good Food Mindset
Pippa shared that she’s struggled with finding a balanced and consistent way of nourishing herself for most of her life – since she was a child.
She realized that “I had all the nutritional information about what I should and shouldn’t eat, and what was good food or bad or treats, but I was rarely consistent.
And I think it has long-term detrimental effects on so many other elements of your life because it’s unhealthy to get attached to yourself. And I will say that most of my adult life, I haven’t had anyone to help me put together all my knowledge, and so mealtime and food, it’s pretty much been a kind of love/hate relationship, I would say for many, many years.
Pippa continued to share how it made her feel about food, sharing how it affected her self-worth.
“It sounds really dramatic when I say this, but I think it made me feel worthless… I can’t do it right. It means I’m constantly failing at something. And When you feel like you’re failing at something and aren’t consistently doing your best, it makes you feel like you’re out of control or lacking discipline, which is really negative and can actually make you more Takes away your confidence. That feeling of worthlessness was there for years.”
And Pippa isn’t the only one who feels this way about food and our relationship with it.
how he tried to get over this mindset
Pippa tries to overcome this struggle by learning more about nutrition, but it keeps her stuck on how to put it into practice.
“I’ve read about nutrition so I’ve tried to arm myself with knowledge. And as I said, a moment ago, it’s very well knowledge, but putting it into practice and changing some behaviors and What you have, it’s difficult unless you have something like MNM, which I think really holds it all together.”
But thankfully Pippa asked for something different this time. She decided to break the cycle and create a new, balanced relationship with food for herself.
What helped Pippa find peace with food
To get out of information overload, overcome the all-or-nothing mentality, and stop stressing about food, you need to find a new way of thinking about food. You need to find a new relationship with food.
This new relationship should be unique to you and your needs. It needs to be tailored to suit your personality. A balanced relationship like this allows you to tune into your body, feel confident in your choices, and free from the stress of the scale.
It’s all about finding what works for you, rather than trying to fit yourself into someone else’s diet or plan. Oath By. So let’s find out how Pippa did it!
1. Making Food Choices That He Enjoys
One of the primary concepts we focus on within The Mindful Nutrition Method™ is listening to the body’s cues and making food choices that leave you feeling empowered, well and nourished. Students learn to tune into their body and trust the messages it is sending so they can feel confident about the choices they make for themselves.
It helps eliminate the feeling of being constantly stressed about food.
Learning this skill allowed Pippa to look at her needs in a different light.
“It’s been a gradual process, but I think that’s the beauty of it. I really feel more in control as a result, and I use that word differently. So when I say control it’s like feel like I’m being hard on myself. I don’t mean to, but I feel like I own my decisions with food and eating in a way I haven’t before. And as a result I feel Yes, it’s a little… a little free, but light.”
The check-in exercises we teach inside the program guide you to tune into your body. They allow you to bring awareness to the patterns of your eating habits. You then learn how to best align your actions with what works best for you.
This intrinsic knowledge makes it very easy to make changes. You are no longer doing what someone else is telling you to do. Instead, you are using your self-awareness to feel the confidence that allows you to feel your best.
2. Finding Easy Wins That Build Consistency
Pippa uses mindful nutrition method tools, including the Foundational Five, meal prep, and of course, the mindset work within the course.
When she put all these pieces together she gained a new perspective and clarity with her food choices.
“I was fumbling in the dark and now I feel like I am so much more in the light, so much kinder to myself, and so much more knowledgeable. [foundational] The Nutrition Five is my nutrition cornerstone now. It’s such a simple, easy win, and I don’t think I’ve mentioned enough about the actual program, but yeah, to sum up the before and now I would say to feel empowered stumbling in the dark and really very much in the light. As a result of being in some method now.
When asked if she would recommend the Mindful Nutrition Method program to anyone else, she shared:
“I really don’t think you’ll find anything that will do that for you other than Method, because it’s really…it’s run by people who really care, has some great tips, like nutrition Five, you get to learn how to listen to your body and respect yourself. Stop drop and ask. You start using lots of little things in your daily life that make a huge impact… you won’t regret it.
Learn to feel confident, balanced, and at peace with food.
It’s such a beautiful change from Pippa. We are so grateful for her to be a part of her journey in making this all possible! Now you too can learn these same tools and strategies by watching the first free class.
You’ll learn the #1 habit that keeps you struggling with your weight and your relationship with food – and how to break free from dieting and food obsession, starting now.