259: Do You Know What To Eat For Your Goals?

Today’s episode is an activity I want you to go through with me. I’m going to ask you a series of questions and I want you to write your answers down on paper.

Sometimes, we aren’t doing what it takes to make progress because we haven’t defined the work we need to do. If that’s your problem, I’m going to help you define it today.

Other times, we aren’t doing what it takes because of mental or emotional barriers. As I’ll share in today’s episode, many people’s issues aren’t food or fitness but rather self-talk, self-discipline or self-doubt.

We’ll start with a basic question “Do you know what to eat for your goals?” and take it from there.

If you’re looking to overcome your internal barriers, be sure to check out FAQs about Breaking Barriers here or enroll here.

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Do You Know What To Eat To Reach Your Goals?

In today’s episode, I talk you through a workflow of the following problems so you can determine your next steps toward your goals.

  1. Do you know what to eat for fat loss or to move towards your goals?
  2. Can you identify improvements in what you’re currently eating or doing that would generate more progress or consistency?
  3. Are you doing those things?
  4. What would need to change for you to implement those improvements?

Don’t miss the full episode where I’ll help you determine if your “big rock” is nutrition or if it’s mindset.


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2 replies
  1. Pam
    Pam says:

    I have a question. I also have hypothyroidism and Hasimotos. Diagnosed “pre” diabetic. Am a full three weeks on keto and doing great. NOT hungry. At all. My question is … because of all I am fighting (which also includes inflamation, high blood pressure, and fatigue) do you think weight loss is slowed down because of all of this? I’m 63, and have 120 pounds to lose.

    • Elizabeth Benton
      Elizabeth Benton says:

      Hi Pam, it could be. It might not be. But, does it matter if it’s slow or not? The things you mentioned (inflammation, high blood pressure, fatigue) will all improve as you get healthier so slow versus fast doesn’t really matter too much as long as you’re taking action and seeing improvements.


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