Our Lady of Weight Loss

Our Lady of Weight Loss


How to Train Your Dragon. Hunger, Appetite, Weight

Fat Suit.jpgPeople say, “I really don’t understand why I am always hungry. It’s this crazy thing, like an alien has taken over.” People ask, “Can you shed ‘lite’ on this unexplained phenomenon? How can I slay the dragon? Or at least train my appetite dragon?”
Our Lady of Weight Loss replies, “Instead of trying to slay your appetite dragon and treating it as though it were your mortal enemy, how about making friends with your appetite?”
Consider making appetite your friend. Truly, there’s no need for such violence. A valuable, intelligent friend who you pay attention to! Be grateful that you have an appetite! It’s ‘normal!’ Even the skinny-minnies out there have appetites, don’t they?
In the past, you’ve paid attention to only half the signal from your appetite. The “I’m hungry. Feed me.” part. That’s the part of the signal that tells you to eat. (Nothing wrong with your hearing! Again, it’s ‘normal.’)
When that feeling of hunger first starts to disappear, your appetite says, “I’m satisfied.” It’s important that you pay attention to that piece of your friend’s advice. Did you note that I said when that feeling of hunger FIRST starts to disappear!?
That’s right. You want to stop eating long before you are full. The chances are that once you hit full, you have probably grossly overeaten and remorse is right around the corner.
(Personal Confession: Before Our Lady of Weight Loss entered my life and introduced me to my friend, Appetite, I would eat until I couldn’t breathe. Gross, indeed! And dangerous, too!!)
Pay attention. You don’t want to feel full; you do want to feel satisfied. Your appetite is your friend. Your appetite tells you when you are hungry and when you are satisfied.
Listen to your appetite. Your eating is no longer driven by emotions. Now that you have met your friend, Appetite, you can be in close contact with her as she guides you to ‘satisfied.’
New Point of View: Your appetite doesn’t need to be killed off. There’s no place or need for violence in the Land of Permanent Fat Removal! I hope this explains the unexplainable!
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Ceremonial Chocolate!
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Spread the word, NOT the icing!
Janice

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  • Your Name

    I have a friendly stomach,it knows when to stop my filling,i mean i stop to eat automatically when the capacity is full and it refuses to expand a little bit more
    just simply because accidental weight gain happen to a person like me,lol.
    thanks janice.We are blessed when while we are eating,we are thinking of the hungry,then we thank God that we have a bread on the table,and whisper to the Lord
    may the hungry be fed too,like the way you sustain me.
    thanks Janice.

  • Jane

    I feel hungry alot. I eat a healthy meal, an hour later, I’m hungry, or at least my stomach is growling. so I eat an apple and an hour later, I feel hunger again. I run alot, so I think I should eat more, then I gain weight. but I never feel satisfied for long.

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