Today on the Self Love Breakfast Club, we continue with the second half of the interview conducted by Deb McCollum of the Connectable Podcast. Hear about how to break psychological eating patterns, how our emotions can sabotage our nutrition, and the importance of dealing with our feelings in order to attain good physical health. Deb opens up about her divorce-related weight loss and weight gain, and Chrystal talks about her botched CoolSculpting job and how she learned to love herself through that. Find out why fad diets never work, learn about the benefits of macro-counting, and discover how to alter your eating habits in a healthy, sustainable way. We also hear about Chrystal’s Pendulum coaching program. For all this, and some encouragement on your own personal self-love journey, tune in today!
Key Points From This Episode:
- Chrystal talks about the busy year she’s having and how she has reframed her story from ‘exhausting’ to ‘great’.
- We jump back into the interview with a discussion on breaking psychological eating patterns.
- Hear about the dangers of diet fads.
- How to lose weight in a sustainable healthy way.
- The benefits of macro-counting.
- Thoughts on the Keto diet.
- Deb talks about her divorce-related weight gain and weight loss.
- The importance of getting a professional nutrition coach to help you lose weight in a sustainable way.
- The role of one’s underlying belief system and emotional state in weight loss or maintenance.
- An introduction to Chrystal’s coaching program Pendulum.
- How her program is different from all the others currently available.
- Deb talks about her relationship with Chrystal.
- Chrystal talks about Samantha Skelly, her mentor, and breathwork coach.
- Last words: Chrystal talks about her botched CoolSculpting job and how she learned to love herself through that.
“Your diet is what you eat, period. And so, is this something you’re going to do forever? And if it’s not, then you probably shouldn’t be doing it.” — @ChrystalRoseCo [0:06:44]
“Our bodies do not understand that a Famine isn’t a thing anymore. It doesn’t understand how readily available food is for us. So when you diet, your body believes it’s in a famine, and it will slow over time — it’ll begin to slow your metabolism down.” — @ChrystalRoseCo [0:10:30]
“So if you have cellulite or things that are natural about you, and you didn’t intentionally or unintentionally mess up your body, you are beautiful and you are perfect. Because if I am, you definitely are!” — @ChrystalRoseCo [0:27:38]
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