Do you feel like you’re on a love-hate-rollercoaster with your food?
do the ups and downs feel like something out of a sitcom?
Rocking that latest juice cleanse one week, and then clearing out a bucket of KFC the next while your dog whines for a piece? (Why should HE get a piece, did HE do a cleanse?)
Passing on the molten chocolate lava cake at dinner, then stopping by the 7-Eleven to buy chocolate EVERYTHING for a Binge of Rebellion at home (AKA Netflix and chocolate-covered churro Chill)?
Waking up the morning after a bender in a dazed food hangover (that feels WAY less cool than it did in the movie) that now has you feeling like, let's face it, complete sh*t?
Food’s been battling for control of your heart, mind, and body for years. Making you feel like you have to avoid dates, job interviews, and that gorgeous beach because you’re ashamed of how you look.
YOU CAN’T EVEN SPOON YOUR PARTNER WITHOUT WORRYING THAT YOU HAVE MORE FLAB THAN WASHBOARD ABS.
Face it: food has you a little bit unhinged at this point...
Thinking about food. Worrying about food. Hating food. Loving food. And it’s making you feel like a total failure with a body that’s not even “worthy” of the daylight.
YOU are hungry for something real, and you’re ready to transform your relationship with food to get there, so you can finally feel...
Like you can TRULY enjoy every meal in complete PEACE. A relationship that sets you free -- free from emotional eating, bingeing, and the shame of YO-YO dieting. A freedom that let’s you rejoice that you can finally feel confident, comfortable, and gorgeous in your body!
Sounds lovely, right? But also maybe a little hard to believe? Well, IT’S POSSIBLE, and I know because I’ve walked in your Spanx.
Using universal spiritual principles I’ve made peace with food.
Hello gorgeous lady, I’m Amanda Scarcella, THE DIET REBEL™. I'm an Eating Coach, and I help women like you normalize your eating patterns so you can feel free around food, sensual and confident in your body, and connected to your most authentic self. So let’s say goodbye to the tortured food saga, and hello to a relationship with food that’s healthy and REAL!