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Why do we overeat, make poor food choices? How to finally get off yo-yo dieting

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It's a problem so many people face: Overeating and making poor food choices, despite our best intentions.

As we get into a rhythm of doing that, it can quickly become an unhealthy habit of yo-yo dieting that will always get us right back to where we started.

The key to stop the yo-yo dieting and get into a real healthy eating habit is understanding why it's happening.

One theory is that unconscious emotional reasons lead to poor food choices.

Owner and founder of Bud's Ultimate Fitness, Rosemarie Bud Seaman, has partnered with Sandy Canfield, L.M.H.C. , an internationally known psychotherapist, to provide a holistic approach to losing weight and staying healthy.

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Together, the two provide a program that enables clients to discover and become aware of the unconscious emotional reasons that person is overeating.

Along with psychotherapy, the approach is combined with an exercise program and a balanced diet.

Through this approach, Ultimate Fitness clients who were overweight or obese have lost weight and been able to discontinue the use of medications for cholesterol, diabetes and high blood pressure, to name a few.

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"Our jobs as coaches and trainers is make the time you spend with us fun and something you want to do again," a company Facebook website reads. "Anyone can be drill Sargent, but it takes psychologically trained coach/ trainer to inspire you to want to come back."

If you're interested in working with someone who's as interested in your health as you are, and who can help you reach and maintain your goals, contact Ultimate Fitness at 407-599-9336 or email info@buds-ultimate-fitness.com.