Most people seem to think that all they need for success is the right information about what to eat and how to exercise. Unfortunately, that's not the case. For 2/3 of men and women, the challenges faced have nothing to do with facts, logic, or reason. This assessment will show you why you're inconsistent and what you can do to fix it.
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Hi {{answer_31263029}}, once you finish this quick assessment we will email you a thorough explanation of the results and what it means for your journey going forward.

For each question or statement, you will be given a rating system from 1 to 5. Answer honestly, from the heart. Avoid reasoning your way into a certain rating or answering from the perspective of, "this is what I wish were true."

When presented with many options, I'm consistently able to choose healthy foods over "junk foods." *

I'm able to eat "junk foods" without triggering feelings of shame, guilt, or regret. *

I'm confident in my body's ability to signal when I'm hungry or full. I trust my body, can identify its signals, and act accordingly. *

As I begin to feel satisfied during a meal, I can consistently stop eating. I don't continue to eat after feeling full. *

I feel like the eating choices I make are authentically mine. I feel in control of the choices. *

I don't struggle with cravings on a day-to-day basis. I rarely feel compelled to eat certain foods that are destructive to my goals. *

I'm confident in my ability to differentiate between physical hunger and emotional hunger. I rarely find myself eating emotionally without realizing it. *

When my hunger is emotional, I feel well-equipped to handle the situation in a healthy, functional manner. I'm able to consistently make choices that support my goals. *

I don't spend a lot of time thinking about food, my weight, or what I've eaten. *

I might overeat occasionally, but I don't binge. And overeating rarely occurs for two or more days in a row. *

I have the ability to stay consistent with healthy eating and fitness habits without the use of willpower, discipline, or external motivation (such as an accountability partner, a new "challenge," or personal trainer). *

I tend to not of think of foods in terms of "good" or "bad." *

I don't see success as all-or-nothing. I easily recover from mistakes and don't feel like perfectionism is an issue. *

I feel like my core needs and desires as a human being are being fulfilled. I feel secure, loved, accepted, healthy, and happy. *

Stress doesn't play a major role in my day-to-day life. I rarely feel overwhelmed or triggered and I invest plenty of time in self-care activities. *

My "self-talk" is mostly functional, healthy, and respectful. I feel proud of the way I talk to myself and about myself, including the way I talk about my body and my eating choices. *

I feel like I have a healthy connection with food. I eat slowly. I'm rarely distracted when eating. *

Social situations don't tend to influence my eating choices. I don't feel fear, pressure, or stress about food at social events. I never (or rarely) feel regretful about my social eating behavior. *

My childhood was healthy and functional. I consistently got my needs met. I rarely felt disconnected-from or fearful-of my parents, caregivers, or siblings. I felt respected and loved unconditionally. *

Rather than investing in diets and fitness programs, I have a track record of investing time, energy, and money in deeper, more important forms of recovery and growth. *

Would you like to setup a strategy call with Kevin, founder of Kevin specializes in eating psychology and can make sure you clearly understand what your results mean and what you can do about them. *

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