The Urge Jar

Do you sometimes feel like you eat against your own will?

Do you know the reason?

Urges.

An urge is an uncontrollable desire to take action.

It’s powerful and quick.

Before you know it, you’re eating something you don’t want. Again.

It’s almost impossible to lose weight when you can’t control your urges.

This is why I created an entire course around managing urges.

This class will teach you how desire works and how to manage it.

It’s a simple concept that takes into account neuroscience, habit formation, and reward to eliminate urges.

You not only learn to stop overeating, but you also learn how to reduce urges and cravings altogether.

Imagine being around all of your favorite foods at the end of a stressful day and not even wanting to overeat.

It feels like magic. It makes losing weight so much easier.

  • The Urge Jar course includes these classes:
  • The Art of Allowing Urges
  • The Primal vs. Prefrontal Decisions
  • The Perfect Protocol
  • Writing it Down and Eating Exactly That
  • What I Eat: My Personal Protocol

The course also includes Coaching Calls where I coached students using the urge jar and my overeating process to lose weight.

“Without your program, I would likely have lived the rest of my life with sub-optimal mental and physical health. I would have never known how much better my life could be. My frequent cycles of depression are almost gone! I finally got down to the “skinny” clothes I was saving from 15 years ago, and they are too big! I can wear a bikini! I am much happier in my marriage. I am a much kinder and more patient mother. I know that everyone is doing the best they can, including me.”

Ivy Sun

“The freedom from food addiction has been something I have wanted my entire life. Every day I wake up giddy that I have given myself the gift of being at goal weight for so long and finally forever.”

Margaret Hosterman

“I am so amazed at the progress I have made in just 6 months. I've lost 30 pounds and am learning how to manage my emotions in a healthy way, rather than using food to cope with negative events and feelings. No other weight loss program I've done has addressed emotional eating and taught mind management strategies to overcome this difficult piece of weight management.”

Katherine Kugler