Episode 188: Why You Avoid Being Honest About What You Eat

October 6, 2021

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Episode Overview

“Honesty is a form of self-respect.” It’s a common phrase we say in Balance365. We believe that in order to make sustainable changes, you’ve got to get radically honest with yourself about the things that are important to you.

Today we’re talking about the common barriers people have that keep them from being radically honest with themselves *and* from losing weight as a result.

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Key Points

  • How we may be being dishonest with ourselves and not even know it
  • The top issues about honestly that we see in our members and our solutions
  • Annie and Jen share their own struggles with self-honestly
  • Some common signs of honesty avoidance


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10/10 Recommend to family, friends, & clients 

Sound advice, presented in an easy to understand, approachable way. As a woman, mom, wife, daughter, friend, and Registered Dietitian - I recommend this podcast to everyone including my clients. I'm a huge fan of Balance365.  Keep it up ladies! Your friend, @dietitianchels :)


Outlook shifted 

Since listening to this podcast (and being part of the Facebook group(s) of B365), my whole outlook on myself, my body, my wellness, my worth has changed for the better. I thank these ladies for showing me another way to be in this world. I no longer obsess over my weight or food. I very much look forward to each podcast released!


My Morning Coffee Date 

Especially in 2020, having a little positivity is so important. Every time I listen to this podcast, not only do I have a smile on my face, I discover something about myself. And I consider myself to have a whole hell of a lot of self-awareness to begin with! It's almost cliche to say this now but it truly feels like you're having coffee with girlfriends!