What You Will Learn In the final Hunger Restoration Webinar Series: Lesson 3 – Action

Learn how to put an eat to binge eating urges for good with this specific eating pattern!

  • Re-regulate Your ‘Broken’ Hunger Hormones
  • How to Recognise fullness
  • The 3 ‘Mechanical Eating’ Principles
  • How to Portion Meals and Snacks Properly

if you implement the principles of the webinar series, I can promise you that you will be able to:

  • Be comfortable trusting and honouring your hunger and fullness
  • Get rid of food anxiety and 24/7 food thoughts
  • Keep food in your kitchen with no urge at all the binge eat
  • Have full control over food – food will have no power over you

I understand that it will be very uncomfortable, but it is necessary to escape the binge-restrict cycle. I have struggled with binge eating for 5 years and I was in this hamster wheel with no way out, I don’t ever want anyone to stay there.

So thank you for watching the webinar series and I really hope you got lots of out of it and enjoyed it!

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10 months ago

Very helpful info Jonathan. I have fully implemented all your advice / tips you mention on the video and can say…at the begging when I started, I was binge eating most days but now…finally, after a week of mechanical eating (and binging most evenings), I have had two days where I feel satisfied with the meals and snacks and haven’t felt the need to binge. For example, when shopping today I purchased an Almond Croissant but didn’t feel the need to eat it all day…..that’s not to say I won’t eat it tomorrow, as may want it then. I think given I ate mechanically and allowed my body to binge on all the foods it wanted, it finally knows there is abundant supply of it and therefore no need to binge.

I think my keto diet and vast fasting periods was far too restrictive. But in a week or so, if everything continues to go well…do you think it’s ok to start reducing the carbs/sugar so I am not hearing very high carbs like now…so training to 3 meal a day with low/moderate carbs and therefore making the focus more on protein, fats and fibre, however if I want/crave more carbs, sugary items, don’t neglect my craving and allow myself to have some….or is this style being restrictive ?

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10 months ago

Very helpful info Jonathan. I have fully implemented all your advice / tips you mention on the video and can say…at the begging when I started, I was binge eating most days but now…finally, after a week of mechanical eating (and binging most evenings), I have had two days where I feel satisfied with the meals and snacks and haven’t felt the need to binge. For example, when shopping today I purchased an Almond Croissant but didn’t feel the need to eat it all day…..that’s not to say I won’t eat it tomorrow, as may want it then. I think given I ate mechanically and allowed my body to binge on all the foods it wanted, it finally knows there is abundant supply of it and therefore no need to binge.

I think my keto diet and vast fasting periods was far too restrictive. But in a week or so, if everything continues to go well…do you think it’s ok to start reducing the carbs/sugar so I am not hearing very high carbs like now…so training to 3 meal a day with low/moderate carbs and therefore making the focus more on protein, fats and fibre, however if I want/crave more carbs, sugary items, don’t neglect my craving and allow myself to have some….or is this style being restrictive ?