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Reaching your health goals starts with changing how you THINK about food, exercise, and your body

Most health programs only focus on nutrition and exercise. Chances are you're already overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information out there on these topics. 

And while nutrition and exercise are obviously important to a healthy lifestyle, there's a good reason why they are rarely successful - they are missing a critical piece - how you manage your mind.

The most important skill you can develop on your journey towards health is how to manage the thoughts and emotions behind your current eating habits.

Few programs even mention the role your brain plays, never mind give you the tools you need to manage your mind.

The bottom line is that you have to make fundamental changes in the way you THINK about food, exercise, your body, and the way you're going to live to achieve your health goals.  

In this Getting Started Guide, you'll learn how to take the initial steps to manage your mind to get you set up for success.

A Note

From Michelle Tubman


Like many women, I have struggled with my weight my entire adult life. There was a time I would have called myself a professional dieter - if I wasn't actively trying to lose weight, I was agonizing over my weight and thinking about food literally all the time.

Eventually I was just done with it all. I was exhausted, miserable, and I truly believed weight loss wasn't possible for me. So I just stop trying. And then something magical happened.

I started to notice all the times I wanted food - when I was tired, bored, lonely, and especially when I was anxious. I hired a coach and did a ton of work learning how to manage those emotions in a different way. I learned how to separate food and feelings, and without even trying, I started losing weight.

And so I created this Getting Started Guide for all the women out there who also feel discouraged about their weight loss, are totally frustrated by the constant dieting, and are tired of thinking about food all the time. These are the steps that helped me, and I'm certain they will help you too.