You've Been Weighing Yourself All Wrong...

How to Weigh What Matters 

A FREE, 2-Week Virtual Course to Teach You What the 5 BIG Challenges to End Overeating are & How to Overcome Them

If dietary advice was enough, wouldn’t we all be feeling fabulous in our healthy, svelte, bodies?

You and I both know that planning what to eat is only a small part of the equation that creates lasting success, health, and comfortably fitting jeans.

As the research on the Biggest Loser participants so sadly underscores, dieting isn’t the answer, and it has the potential to backfire drastically.

Moving from overweight to thin can feel like negotiating an impossible maze – especially if you’re smart, busy, and experiencing the 3 O trifecta – Overwhelm, Overload, and Overeating. However, when you understand that the usual advice is missing some key pieces, and you learn how these pieces fit together, the way out of the maze becomes clearer and much easier.

Working harder won’t help with overeating if you’re not addressing what really needs to be addressed.

If you don’t address the reasons you’re overeating, it’s like applying a bandage and ignoring the wound.

Overeating happens for a reason. Something triggers our hunger – always. Something – a feeling, a need, our physical state, or a difficult situation – contributes to why food is so darn compelling, and the need to eat feels so strong.

Most of the information that we have in our heads about how to make the scale budge doesn’t address these triggers. For instance, a food plan isn’t going to help if the real issue is that you are stressed and overwhelmed and are reaching for chocolate because you just need some easy comfort.

During this FREE, two-week course, you’ll learn…

  • How to weigh what matters
  • How to identify the hurdles, challenges and barriers between you and the success you crave
  • What the five biggest challenges are for busy women to end overeating
  • The best ways to escape the maze of food and weight and overeating
  • And more...

We make up our mind to take control of overeating when we fill our mind with strategies, approaches, beliefs, and thoughts that guide, support, and allow us to stop overeating.

Meet Dr. Melissa McCreery

Psychologist, emotional eating coach, success strategist and mentor Dr. Melissa McCreery uses her expertise and years of training and experience to help women break through the unhelpful static and identify what’s really driving their hunger

Her programs and products help you craft a path to feed – nourish – yourself in ways that are so much more satisfying than food. 

Dr. Melissa helps create habits that last and that you are motivated to continue. When you discover how to take the power away from food, the struggle dissolves. When you learn to make peace with food, your whole life gets better.