A correct and balanced diet contributes greatly to our well-being. Often, however, people don't just eat for pleasure - many people go to the refrigerator every day not to fill their stomachs, but their inner holes.
Some people eat out of loneliness, others out of frustration or boredom.
The resulting extra kilos are often fought with radical diets - usually with the result that even more kilos are on the scales within a few weeks.
Breaking this vicious circle takes a little patience, but as with so many other things, the journey is the goal.
A healthy weight management is not a project that you can do for a few weeks and then put it on file.
This is precisely why it is important to find a diet that is both healthy, tasty and satisfying, and with which you can not only achieve your desired weight, but also maintain it permanently.
For this reason, I do not offer any advice on ketogenic diets and the like.
In addition to nutritional counseling, I offer psychological support for weight loss. In doing so, I use methods from both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)as well as mindfulness-based methods.
With an all-round successful weight loss program you should not only lose the pounds on the scales, but also the ballast on your soul that prevents you from living your best life.