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Why labeling foods “bad” makes you want them more

By February 23, 2019March 11th, 2019Free Videos

Many of my clients ask “if a food is not healthy for me, why can’t I call it ‘bad’?” This is a great question. The simplest answer is that seeing foods as “bad”, counter-intuitively, often makes you eat more of them rather than less. See the video below to discover two types of psychological rebellion that can happen when we judge a food as “bad”.

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To learn more about how to reduce less nutritious foods without labeling them, you can see the full video ‘Allow ALL Foods! But What If It Really IS Bad For You?

Yours in a positive relationship with food,


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