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SHERRY PRATT

Your guide to living your best healthy life, without diets!

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Gain food freedom and body confidence without diets

You are in the right place if you're tired of dieting BUT aren't sure what to do instead to feel better about your body and take care of your health.

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HEALTHY EATING ISN'T ABOUT THE FOOD

Dieting based on restriction and deprivation sets you up for rebound eating (aka emotional eating, stress eating, falling off the wagon). It’s no wonder you feel out of control around food. Constantly thinking about food zaps your precious mental energy making it harder to do things that are actually important to you.

Healthy eating is about having a healthy relationship with food.

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HALT EMOTIONAL EATING

Stop reaching for food when you're stressed, bored, tired, upset, after a long day,
because you deserve it... because you want it... just because ...

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YOUR WILLPOWER IS NOT GREATER THAN YOUR BIOLOGY

Diets don’t work long term because at some point your body’s natural survival instincts kick in. As part of the starvation response, your body will increase hunger hormones making you want to eat everything and anything in sight. We readily accept that height and eye color are heavily influenced by genes.

Why do we fight so hard to change the natural shape and weight of our bodies?

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LOOKING GOOD COMES FROM FEELING GOOD

There's nothing wrong with wanting to look good! Compliments and praise are nice, but true body confidence comes when you practice body respect. Listening to your body when it tells you that it's hungry or tired or injured or tense and responding accordingly shows respect. And respect feels good!

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HI, I'M SHERRY

I'm a certified health coach and nutritionist.

For many years I was also a chronic dieter striving for perfect health and a waistline to match. I tried every diet out there, some more sensible than others (five days of only potatoes!?). The older I got, the harder it became to maintain any results. The only lasting effect was an unhealthy preoccupation with food and my body.

With fifty just around the corner, I said enough is enough! I couldn't face another diet. I had to do something different. So I embraced anti-dieting and intuitive eating and discovered that:

  • it's not about the food, it's about your relationship to the food

  • I needed far less willpower when I started working with my biology instead of against it AND

  • body confidence comes from feeling good, not looking good

Now I eat what I want when I want, trusting my body to help me make good choices. My days are no longer consumed with thoughts about food and seeking out the latest diet. I live comfortably in my imperfect body. My confidence comes from knowing that I'm taking care of myself and that makes me feel good.

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WHAT DOES HEALTHY MEAN TO YOU?

Being healthy doesn't mean

  • being thin/skinny/lean/toned/trim (insert current euphemism for weight loss)

  • running marathons

  • swearing off carbs

  • exercising every day (or any day!)

  • watching what you eat

  • doing yoga or crossfit

  • drinking green smoothies

  • using cauliflower as a substitute for carbs

  • eliminating white foods 

  • never eating after 6 pm

  • doing a 30 day challenge that involves only eating certain foods

  • OR DOING ANY ACTIVITY FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF SHRINKING, CHANGING OR CONTROLLING THE SIZE AND SHAPE OF YOUR BODY

Taking care of your health looks like

  • practicing self-care

  • eating when you are hungry

  • going out for a girl's night because you had a hard day and your spouse/kids/work are driving you crazy

  • curling up with a good book

  • doing a hobby you enjoy

  • going to bed early

  • getting out in nature

  • moving your body in ways you enjoy

  • being in community

  • saying no to a friend because you already have too much on your plate

  • eating donuts (or any other food) because you LIKE them

  • intentionally curating your social media feed

  • challenging your inner critic by not believing everything she says

  • learning to sit with an uncomfortable emotion instead of distracting yourself

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MY MISSION

My mission is to help 1,000 women defy diet culture and instead embody a richer and more wholistic definition of health that is meaningful, impactful and sustainable for them. And if each of these 1,000 women influence just one other woman, and that woman influences one other woman, and so on and so on and so on, the ripple effect could be 1 million empowered women who've reclaimed their bodies, their relationship to food, their value, their worth and their health.

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