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Jim: Transforming Life at 45

Over a period of ten years combined with working over 100 hours per week left Jim at 259 lbs. He with a food addiction that he couldn’t imagine breaking.

Today Jim is at 217lbs and has successfully broken the food addiction cycle.

A Poor Relationships with Food

For most of his life, Jim built an incredibly poor relationship with food. When he had business successes he would eat. When he had business losses he would eat. This went on for many years and had Jim wondering if he would ever get out of the downward spiral of food addiction.


The Solution

  • Working over 100 hour weeks finding time to meal prep seemed impossible
We structured part of his weekly plan with meals prepped at home and the other part with meals out on the go. This showed Jim balance.
  • Jim’s habit was to under eat all day and over eat every night
We planned his meals to break this habit in finding a more constant flow to his eating throughout the day.
  • Emotional eating and food addiction.
Jim began to set new goals and new ways to release his stress and celebrate his successes. This not only broke his addiction to food but created a fulfilled feeling every day that he chose optimal choices over the past destructive ones.


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