Do you feel powerless over food at night?
“I eat clean during the day. No sugar, no fried food, nothing with fat – but at night, it’s like a switch goes off and I can’t stop eating cookies.”
Can you relate? If so, I can help!
Lots of women struggle with eating at night. They think they lack willpower or they are doomed to be in a love-hate relationship with food forever.
I created this After Dinner Survival Guide to help you make it through the night without bingeing.
You’re about to discover the exact strategies you need to get through tonight without turning to food.
Free Survival Guide:
How To Get Through The Night Without Bingeing
After Dinner Survival Guide
If you stick to your meal plan during the day, but at night it’s a totally different story, then you are not alone!
In my experience working with thousands of women and men all over the world, both in private therapy and through my online course, Kick The Diet Habit, I’ve found that most people struggle with nighttime eating.
I’m Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin and I have helped countless people crack the code of nighttime eating. Now I can help you, too!
Enter your info below to get your FREE survival guide to get through the night without bingeing.
You will learn:
- The #1 cause for overeating and bingeing (hint: it’s the secret to how naturally thin people stay thin)
- My signature ” Food-Mood Trigger Formula” (and how to use it when you’ve got uncontrollable cravings)
- The question to ask that can prevent eating the whole bag, box, or jar of snacks
- Which meals never to skip and why
- The one word that causes nighttime food temptations and how to counter it
Get started tonight! Get your free guide now.
Nina Savelle-Rocklin, Psy.D. is a psychoanalyst and internationally-recognized expert in weight, food and body image issues, appearing in the Focus TV, Huffington Post, Los Angeles Times, Prevention, Real Simple, Redbook and many other publications. She is a frequent guest expert and has spoken at numerous summits and events, including the prestigious National Meeting of the American Psychoanalytic Association.
Dr. Nina’s personal experience with problem eating gives her a unique understanding of what it’s like to struggle with this issue.
She brings a fresh perspective to the treatment of eating problems, helping people understand “why” they turn to food instead of focusing on what they’re eating. In addition to her private practice, she writes an award-winning blog, Make Peace With Food, hosts a popular podcast, Win The Diet War with Dr. Nina, and offers “food for thought” on her video series, The Dr. Nina Show: Lose Weight Without Dieting. She’s helping hundreds of women (and men) lose weight without dieting through her online program Kick The Diet Habit. Her book, Food For Thought (publisher Rowman & Littlefield), on the understanding and treatment of eating disorders, is an Amazon bestseller.
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