Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Is It Possible to Change a Food from One You Love to One You Hate?

Just Say, "Yuck!" Photo Credit
Yes, it is! And vice-versa! Our habits are simply deeply ingrained neural pathways. I mentioned these the other day - they are the connections between neurons that form as we learn or experience new things and then repeat the experience.

Loving a certain food is simply a habit. Yet, occasionally we can love a food a little too much! Like me with my mochas. Those foods melt our resistance and our good common sense! Or so we think, anyway. We think we have no choice but to love them and eat them because the food has total control!

But what if you could flip a switch in your mind? What if you could take that ice cream or that Twix bar or that one food that you give in to every time and the results are around your waist? Would you flip the switch?

If your answer is, "Yes!" then I need you! Through my NLP certification course I've learned a process to help you do just that, but I need someone on whom to practice! The process works for many other things as well - I'll be working with my husband to get him to stop smoking as soon as I'm feeling proficient. My homework (or homeplay as my instructor calls it) is to do this process to switch a food love to a food aversion!

So, are you game? Willing to help out a student in need? Let me know in your comments or email me at adgmommy (at) gmail (dot) com and we'll set up a Skype session.

One caveat - you must be willing to make the change. Our subconscious is our gatekeeper, there to protect us. You have to give it willing permission to make that change. Ready for it? Contact me (please!).


  1. Wow, that sounds so cool! What a great thing to learn how to do. There are plenty of foods I SHOULD give up, but I'm not sure how committed I would be to actually quitting 'em!

    1. The main thing is that you need to truly want to give them up. We can change a "like" to a "dislike" so that then "committment" isn't an issue! So? Want to try?!


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