How Under-Eating Effects the Woman Body

December 13, 2021

Did you know 100% of the girls who want to work with me are under-eating?

They feel like they have tried everything to lose that weight, but diet after diet has failed them.

They’re exhausted. Physically, mentally, and emotionally.

They aren’t under-eating on purpose, that is just what many diets out there promote. Sadly, that type of information won’t be going away anytime soon.

That’s exactly why it is my mission to pour out education over the importance of eating more, even if that feels scary.

There are many affects under-eating has on the woman body.

Less than optimal hormone function.

Fat-loss resistance.

Risk of nutrient deficiencies.

Digestive complications // gut issues.

Inability to change body composition.

And SO much more.

So why do we buy into the “quick fixes” that end up setting us back further?

Because they are described in a way that makes it feel easy. They are selling instant gratification.

Can I tell you something? It ISN’T an easy process. And if you couldn’t sustain whatever restrictions you were under after the diet is up, the diet didn’t work.

Taking care of your physical, mental, and emotional health is a journey. It isn’t an overnight fix.

It will take months. Probably even more than a year.

But you shouldn’t be discouraged by a timeframe. You are helping your body heal. You can’t rush that process. Instead, you need to trust it.

Today I challenge you to reach out. Reach out to me, or someone you know and trust to do a deep dive on what’s going on in your world.

What do you need to do to get on track to sustainability? To create a lifestyle that works for you and isn’t some cookie-cutter one-size-fits-all garbage?

Only you are in control of your actions. If nothing changes, nothing changes.

Don’t keep just barely getting by, feeling miserable in the skin you’re in.

I don’t want that for you, and you shouldn’t either.

Need some guidance? Send me a message and let’s change your mindset around fitness and nutrition so you can become wholesomely healthy and confident in who you are!

Add Your Comment