Our minds are part of us; they don't like to be told what to do or told they aren't allowed something. Weight management is not about going without or depriving ourselves. If you want something, have it. This means you'll have no unconscious reason to binge at a later date. Feeling deprived will always lead to bingeing and focusing unhealthily on the wrong kind of food. Unlike many strict diet regimes, you shouldn't see any foods as forbidden - if you do, you'll only fixate on them and want them more.
But think carefully when you think you want to eat. What is making you want to eat? Are you genuinely hungry and in need of nutrition? Or are you using food as a substitute for something else, or as an emotional crutch? You'll find over time, as the big picture gets clearer, you'll get better at recognising the triggers, and make the right choices. Just keep focusing on what you want.
Before starting any weight loss or exercise plan you must consult a medical professional.
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