Are they hard to lose and then hard to keep off?
Do you eat even when you aren’t hungry?.
DEVELOPING A HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE
Have you been discouraged by your inability to stick with a plan for overall better health and fitness?
THE SIMPLICITY OF INTERMITTENT FASTING IS THE KEY
TO LOSING WEIGHT WITH ADHD
There’s no time like the present to get started with the support of a Fast Forward to Success Coaching Group!
Since now is the only time you have, now is the right time for you to try a new approach to healthy eating with the support of an experienced coach and a coaching group of your peers!
The time is right to
FAST FORWARD TO SUCCESS!
FAST FORWARD TO SUCCESS COACHING PROGRAM
Coaching groups for adults focused on Intermittent Fasting are forming now! If you want to lose weight and gain control over your eating, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by getting more information. Click under the video below to schedule a call to see if this program is right for you. Diets don’t work long term. Intermittent Fasting has worked for thousands, many of whom swear it has changed their lives! And if you happen to have ADHD (or think you might), Intermittent Fasting may be especially helpful in providing the structure and boundaries you need to get on top of overeating!
Intermittent Fasting does not dictate WHAT you eat but rather WHEN you eat.
Intermittent Fasting is not a diet. It is an eating plan that has worked for thousands and has been shown to have some particular advantages for individuals with ADHD! It is an extremely simple program that has basically one rule to follow: When you look at the clock and see that the time is within your eating window, you can eat; if it is not, you can only drink no-calorie beverages. That’s it in a nutshell!
Dr. Russell Barkley, internationally recognized authority on ADHD, is quite familiar with intermittent fasting. When I asked him about the value of intermittent fasting for individuals with ADHD, he replied,
“Intermittent Fasting is a fine idea. For those with ADHD, the simplicity of intermittent fasting is the key.”
That has certainly been my experience, and the experience of many others with ADHD.
Coach Linda Swanson first successfully used Intermittent Fasting for a year beginning in 2012 and has now adopted it as a lifestyle. She found Intermittent Fasting after losing sixty pounds twice using conventional diet programs that did not work long-term. If you are serious and committed, with Linda’s leadership and the support of other members of the coaching group, you are almost guaranteed to succeed in losing weight and moving toward a more healthy lifestyle. You can lose weight and then keep it off!
What would success look like for you?
- losing unwanted pounds
- being in charge of your eating
- having confidence in your choice of foods
- shedding shame along with extra pounds
- experiencing the ongoing support of peers
- understanding the basic physiology of food
These are outcomes that can result if you decide to fully participate in the Fast Forward to Success Intermittent Fasting coaching group!
These are some comments from people who have already participated in a
Fast Forward to Success Intermittent Fasting Coaching Group:
I loved being a part of the FFS program!
I loved the structure!
It keeps getting easier; I didn’t expect that!
It has really helped me reach my health goals!
I’m enjoying not eating more than I ever thought I would!
Participating in the FFS program has made all the difference in my success!
There is no time like the present!
If not NOW, When?