24 May Ditch Dieting – Creative insights on getting healthy & feeling great
In this episode of the DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast, Mitch Matthews talks with Dr. Ahmed Seif, author of the Amazon best-selling book: The Fat Kid Within How To Ditch Dieting, Celebrate Your Body And Feel Like A Million Bucks. He shares his own transformative journey of moving from a place of hating his body to becoming healthy and a triathlete… all without the typical approaches to dieting. He offers specific, simple and surprising alternatives to willpower, scale-checking and going without.
Dieting can be an emotional roller coaster.
Repeatedly losing weight only to put it back on.
Dr. Ahmed Seif, my guest on today’s episode, shares his inspiring journey of weight loss and transformation. How he went from obesity and life-long self-loathing to now being in the best shape of his life.
The book approaches weight loss as a transformative journey toward becoming healthy rather than turning to dieting. His focuses on creating a healthier lifestyle instead of constantly depriving yourself of food.
Part of this lifestyle change also includes digging deep and learning to deal with the underlying causes of why someone is using food for comfort.
Listen in to hear Dr. Seif’s thoughts on why we should ditch dieting in favor of a new approach..
In this episode, you will…
- Learn why you should stop measuring weight loss by your scale
- Learn how to change your mindset so you can live a healthier and richer life
- Find out the pitfalls of dieting and how to avoid them
- Learn how mindfulness (instead of willpower) will help you succeed
The Fat Kid Within: How To Ditch Dieting And Celebrate Your Body And Feel Like A Million Bucks
Trish KinneyPosted at 11:28h, 25 May
This podcast really resonated with me today as I build my new life coaching business! I love LOVE Dr. Ahmed’s life view of what “health” can mean. What “balance” can mean. And how our human and societal expectations (numbers game) can sabotage our capacity for a joyful and rewarding life. Great podcast today! Thank you.
Mitch MatthewsPosted at 11:35h, 25 May
Thanks so much Trish! I’m so glad to hear Ahmed’s story resonated! I sure loved it. And I couldn’t agree more. Loved his mindset and his approach. It’s sparked some great conversations too. Thanks so much for listening! – Mitch