Are you a night-time snacker?

Curb appetite, reduce stress and anxiety, and sleep through the night!

We’ve all experienced it… You have a healthy green smoothie or some cottage cheese for breakfast, a salad for lunch, and a sensible, low calorie dinner. You’re doing great. But then evening rolls around… and those nighttime cravings kick in. Before you know it you’ve inhaled hundreds of extra calories and completely sabotaged your diet.

The problem? Nighttime binge eating. It plagues millions of people throughout the world… but not for long. I have the answer for you. A unique formula that was specifically designed to break the nighttime binge-eating cycle and help you finally achieve diet success.

This product helps you fight back against those nighttime cravings by reducing stress and suppressing appetite… without harsh stimulants, dangerous chemicals or habit-forming sleep aids. And unlike ordinary diet pills, it won’t wear off right about the same time that the nighttime binge-eating cycle is kicking in. It’s perfect for anyone whose diet keeps failing because of out-of-control nighttime binging.

I used to be horrible at nighttime eating – I would make a nice dinner, but several hours later would treat myself to a glass of wine, and of course a few crackers and some cheese along with it. One glass led to another, and a little sweet after the savory sounded good to me, and before you knew it, I had consumed the equivalent of a full meal – in snack/wine style. Of course I found it hard to control my weight!

A good friend introduced me to some plant-based supplements that were backed by science and very effective. I got great results from all of them – and especially this nighttime binge-eating deterrent. I simply took two purple capsules about an hour after dinner, and that was it. No desire to eat, and if I did enjoy a glass of wine, it didn’t morph into a full-meal deal! And the sleep benefits are amazing!!

If you have difficultly falling or staying asleep, assistance in obtaining effective sleep is a key aspect of this formula, since many people find themselves binge eating during nighttime wakefulness. It was developed with a specialized compound that, when consumed at either 6:00, 8:00, 9:00 p.m. or 2-4 hours before one’s habitual bedtime (whenever your nighttime binge eating cycle occurs), has been shown to significantly decrease sleep onset latency (therefore helping users get to sleep faster), significantly decrease latency to stage 2 sleep (therefore helping users fall into deep sleep faster), and to ultimately result in no “hangover” effects.

Bottom line, it solves a myriad of problems that are triggered by these nighttime habits. I’ve included the entire fact sheet about this supplement so you can read the science behind the formulation. I take this every night like clockwork – and sleep like a very satisfied baby!

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At the Table

For a couple of years now I start my morning with a short reading from the book by Shauna Niequist – Savor – Living abundantly where you are, as you are. It’s a delightful one-page read that I find satisfying and comforting – even when I skip a day or 20, I just go to today’s message and am inspired.

November is a month of gratitude, gathering, good food, and guests, so today’s read was more than appropriate. It’s called “At The Table”. The reading starts with a short bible verse followed by Shauna’s musings that she was inspired to write.

I always love these short little positive starts to my day – not too churchy, it seems like I’m sitting with a good friend who is telling me a story.

“Bring the fattened calf and kill it. Let’s have a feast and celebrate. For this son of mine was dead and is alive again, he was lost and is found.’ So they begin to celebrate.”

~ Luke 15:23 – 24

This familiar verse shows the true love of a family. We welcome errant children back home and celebrate their return. We gather around a feast. A lot of us will do that later this month. We invite our loved ones back no matter their faults – the cranky uncle, the brother-in-law who always tries to dazzle us with his brilliance, but we know it’s bulls**t, the niece who has a lot of growing up to do. It doesn’t matter – they are family and we take care of everyone.

Enjoy this warm, gathering month. Make sure to prepare a dish, however simple, and invite in those you love. Those that are family.

The most sacred moments, the ones in which I feel God’s presence most profoundly, when I feel the goodness of the world most arrestingly, take place at the table. The particular alchemy of celebration and food, of connecting people and serving what I’ve made with my own hands comes together as more than the sum of their parts. I love the sounds and smells and textures of life at the table, hands passing bowls and forks clinking against plates and bread being torn and the rhythm and energy of feeding and being fed.

It’s not strictly about the food for me. It’s about what happens when we come together, slow down, open our homes, look into one another’s faces, listen to one another’s stories. It happens when we celebrate a birthday, and also when we break out of the normal clockwork of daily life and pop the champagne on a cold, gray Wednesday just because the faces we love are gathered around our table. It happens when we enter the joy and the sorrow of the people we love and we join together at the table to feed one another and be fed, and while it’s not strictly about the food, it doesn’t happen without it. Food is the starting point, the common ground, the thing to hold and handle, the currency we offer to one another.

When was the last time you felt nourished and seen and known around the table?

– Shauna Niequist, Savor, Living Abundantly Where You Are, As You Are

How we get “hooked” on junk food.

During the pandemic did you find yourself turning to comfort foods and “junk food” more often than usual? If so, you’re not alone.


Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Michael Moss says processed food is engineered to be “craveable,” not unlike a cigarette or a hit of cocaine.


In his book, Hooked: Food, Free Will, and How the Food Giants Exploit Our Addictions, Moss examines the way these companies capitalize on our memories, cravings, and brain chemistry to keep us snacking.


Moss notes that memory — and nostalgia in particular — play a big role in the foods we crave.


“The soda companies discovered that if they put a soda in the hands of a child when they’re at a ballpark with their parents, that soda will forever be associated with that joyous moment,” he says. “So later on in life, when that child now wants to experience a joyous moment, they’re going to think of soda.”


“What we eat is all about memory. And we begin forming memories for food at a really early age, possibly even in the womb, depending on what our mother is eating. And we keep those memories for a lifetime. They don’t go away. … And the more we eat these products, the deeper those memory channels go.”


With that knowledge, it makes our mission here at Limitless Worldwide, even more important.  We are here to help you develop healthier habits and in turn memories that may lead to healthier choices in the future.
To hear more from Michael Moss watch this short interview where he discusses how many have gotten “Hooked” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4J06dG-QLRs

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Food Addictions are real.

I have followed Abel James for several years now. He is the creator of The Wild Diet – sells an amazing weight-loss book, plan, cookbooks, and even does a podcast and blog to share this information.

If people like popping things into categories, I guess you would say this is Paleo. But with a much more interesting flavor!! Abel believes in eating top-notch ingredients and using fabulous recipes that taste amazing and satisfy!  Take a look at this blog to read more about The Wild Diet.

He’s successful enough (and his plan works) that you can find recipes, meal plans, tips, tricks, and plans anywhere on the interwebs. Pinterest has pics of his delicious recipes – and it’s all free!  I snag his stuff wherever I can, although I have invested in his book and his Fat Burning Tribe group – it’s worth it!

So today – let’s talk about Food Addictions. I think I must be a very addictive-type personality. I often eat the same lunch for months at a time – when it’s something I really love, then I will switch it up, and eat THAT for 3 months.  I don’t know why – I just find I like things and want them daily. Until I want something else.

It’s all good unless it’s Junk Food – carbs, sweets, unhealthy stuff that does my body no good.  Here are Abel’s tips for stopping those addictions and food cravings!  Good to know this time of year –

Here’s his latest post on the topic!

“Howdy,

So you may know that I studied brain sciences during my college days (…yep, I’m a nerd). I’m always trying to “hack” my brain and body to improve performance, burn fat, and reduce cravings.

But did you know that some “bad” foods can be more addictive than cocaine?

In fact, recent research suggests that food addictions engage similar brain pathways as drugs and alcohol.

I doubt Cheetos are more addictive than crack. But clearly, unhealthy foods have a real and sinister effect on the way our brains work.

In a viscous cycle, junk food addicts may actually be eating too much junk as a self-medication to balance levels of the chemicals that are disrupted by… eating too much junk food. Thanks Monsanto!

Most traditional diets fail because they are based on calorie-restriction and don’t address the mechanism of addiction that leads people to overeat in the first place.

Fortunately, there are alternative systems available for a healthy lifestyle that can be realistically maintained long-term. Here are some tips to get you on the right track…

How to Hack Your Brain to Free Yourself from Junk Food Addiction

  • Naturally boost dopamine levels. Being active and social increases levels of dopamine, as do new and pleasurable experiences such as hitting the local watering hole, whipping up a new recipe, or jamming to music.

  • Naturally boost serotonin levels. Altruistic activities such as helping others, giving compliments, and playing with pets up your serotonin considerably.

  • Baby steps. If you can’t go cold turkey, swap one junk food for a healthy food at a time. It’s really not that difficult – just stop buying Oreos and buy an apple instead. You crave what is around you.

  • Expose yourself to healthy foods. (And by “expose yourself,” I’m talking about eating foods, not flashing them.) Pro tip – it takes at least 10 exposures to a healthy food before you begin to crave it in the same way that you craved junk foods. That’s why I crave kale while many crave Krispy Kreme.

  • Eliminate mindless eating. Don’t eat in front of the TV, reading, driving, or anything else. Not only will you overeat because your brain is distracted, you will also begin to associate activities with foods (such as soda with driving, candy with talking on the phone, or popcorn with TV) which increases cravings.

  • Indulge occasionally – guilt-free. We all want to be perfect, but we’re all human. As long as you are making good choices the vast majority of the time, give yourself permission to indulge in foods you truly love on occasion.

Hey, it’s cheat day. I think I’ll go upregulate my dopamine and serotonin with some cheesecake…

Cheers,
Abel

P.S. – If you like “brainy” stuff like this, you’ll definitely like The Wild Diet 30 Day Fat Loss System. You’ll learn exactly how to burn fat, build muscle, and have fun in the process.”

 

Thanks, Abel.