#1 Shortcut to Help You Stop Overeating

Here is the third episode of the 5-part series on how highly successful people dominate in their health and wellness.

Do you ever get so busy that you forget to eat throughout the day? 

If you do, you are in the 90%! We all do it!

However, the real question is, what choices do you make when it’s finally time to eat. Most people over eat in this situation, which creates a major decrease in energy and a major increase in body fat over-time. 

Click the video above to hear the #1 shortcut to help you not overeat when you are hungry, but eat how you are meant to nourish your body. 

Spoiler Alert!!!!! Sir Fergusson makes an appearance and displays the exercise perfectly. 

Remember, consistent commitment to Move well, Eat well, Think well = FYClife.

Cheers with Water,

Coach Adam Cobb

2 thoughts on “#1 Shortcut to Help You Stop Overeating

  1. Hi Adam! I simply love these videos and your passion towards health, wellness + an overall passionate and love filled life. I was wondering if you could answer these questions for me?

    -Do you believe with regards to weight loss it is better to not eat after a certain time – say 7-8pm?

    -Are 5-6 smaller meals the best? Making breakfast and lunch your biggest meals? I feel if I eat this way I’m always hungry 🙂

    -Being a vegan, would you concentrate more on healthy fats or health/complex carbs (fruit/sweet p’s/quinoa)

    -if weight loss is a goal (not the main one at all) should carbs (Healthy ones) be a source of mindfulness?

    So sorry for all the questions!! I’m just really inspired by you and feel like your wealth of knowledge is above and beyond.

    Thank You so much and have a beautiful weekend.

    1. Yes, I think it’s ideal not to eat at least 2-3 hours before you go to sleep.
      I always have said eating water/lemon or greens in the am, breakfast, snack, lunch, snack, dinner, then small (no sugar) snack (2 hours before bedtime) is the way to go to maintain the most energy during the day, while revving up your metabolism.
      I would focus more on healthy fats, making sure you are getting a small amount of starches without bread and dietary soluble fiber (legumes, etc) Remember, simple vs. complex carb. Remember the phrase simple = spike (blood sugar) Complex = continuous (energy)

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