字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 willpower. Such a funny thing. You know there's this idea. Well, first of all, diets are built on the idea of willpower. Do this. Don't do that for this period of time. It's like force resist its resistance. It's It's like caging and controlling and restricting the thing about will powers. A lot of people tell you, will power doesn't work And I would say it absolutely does work. Willpower. Absolute does work, but it's a short term skill. Willpower is meant to help you do something for a short period of time in order to create a change. It's not. You're not supposed to live your whole life on willpower. In fact, the truth is, willpower is not something you either have or don't have it. It's almost like it's like which side of your mind isn't on Say you've got the food Angel in the food devil, right? Well, you want the willpower to be with food. Angel, The food angel says We will not have that. We won't eat it. We won't have in the deposition. I'll come on. Please can't We can't. We can't leave. All that happens eventually is the devil just crawls around the back your head, bunks the angel on the head and grabs the willpower and moves over. And then you can't not eat it because you have incredibly powerful willpower. So will power is a skill that we it's not a matter of whether we have it or don't. It's a matter of what side it's on. And study showed that willpower is actually an energy that you use up so you can have great willpower in the morning. But you're gonna burn that out by the time it comes the evening. Yeah, exactly. And so what we want to use willpower for is to make short term, short term changes, short term lessons so that we can really develop a sense of consciousness. The difference between somebody going, I won't eat it. I won't eat, I won't eat. I won't eat it. That takes a huge amount of energy that's so different than I don't want it. So tell us about that. The pizza story. Perfect example. Frederick comes to me a client of mine, and he comes along any consulting clients, not a totally different field. And he comes to me one day and he says, I love the idea of? Well, but I can't do it. Why not? Do not have Internet? What do you mean you can't do it? He says. No, no, no, he says. I just one of my highest values. His freedom. I just I just love freedom around food and so I can't do your program. I just can't do diets. I just value freedom too much. And I said, Well, define freedom for me and he says, Okay, this is his definition of freedom. Freedom is the ability to eat what you want when you want as much as you want. However you want, I I said, Frederick, that's a fantastic definition of freedom. There it is. And I said, But can you not eat what you don't want to eat? And he's like, What do you mean? And I Well, we just had lunch and I happen to know you like pizza. So if I were to go order a pizza and it showed up here, would you eat? It goes, Of course I would, but we just had lunch. Your phone. It was, yeah, but it's pizza. In other words, you have no freedom when it comes to pizza and the penny dropped, he got it. The food industry had fooled him into believing that freedom was to eat whatever you wanted whenever you wanted. Really. Freedom is to eat what you want when you want, and to not eat where you don't want to eat. And that's the difference you have to make. That's a powerful lesson. So we completely misconstrued this feeling of freedom. And what about Fred? Fred? I looked in. He did the program. He lost 40 to 45 kilos. Like, I mean, we're talking about a whole series. Tall guy for 45 killed. Rose. That's about Mama £90. His entire face change. His entire body changes entire quality of life change. But here's the kicker. What he had completely was freedom. Now the third concept here. And this is something that I can't understand how people still buy this calories, measurements and calorie counting. Remember, we talked about how word can be used, you know, like for a spectrum. Are there good calories and other bad calories? Absolutely. But the bigger issue is is that we're applying basic accounting to calorie counting. So I suppose in the strictest sense, if you burn more calories than you eat. You should end up with a net weight loss, but we don't even know Keller's air. Largely theoretical. We don't even know how many calories it really runs, you know, takes the runner body. Has anybody ever measured the calories they're peeing and pooping out? That's got to be part of the accounting table, and I mean that sincerely, because what's happening for a lot of us, is it. If long as we believe that calories in calories out is a useful system, then what we do is we starve ourselves, end up malnourished. Then we over exercise, burning the empty calories that we've been putting in in order to create weight loss when really what's going on is, we're stressing our body were telling our body that calories are incredibly rare in nature right now, and making sure that our bodies wouldn't want to release calorie one. Consider this right. The U. S. Government assumed many years ago decades ago that the average adult male needed 2250 calories. They never even bothered to measure the requirement for women, and then they decided to simplify the model and say, Let's just round it up to 2000. That itself is inexact. Furthermore, U S government labeling allows any company if they're putting calories on a can of food or an ingredient to be 20% off top or bottom. Right? So what you think is 80 calories could be 100. It could be 60. The points don't even bother with calories now in wild Fit, What's the approach to calories? One of the very simple things to consider is the more calories you e the right kind of calories. The more your body feels that there's an abundant supply of calories in nature, the less your body feels the inclination or need to store calories. In other words, if you starve yourself, you did the opposite. Okay, let's go at it from two perspectives. First of all, 200 calories worth of broccoli in 200 calories worth Coca Cola. I mean, why are we comparing them in the same way at all? One is absolutely not good for you, and the other one is irrespective of the calories, So that's the first problem. But the second problem is is that anybody measuring calories has a fundamental lack of understanding of the metabolism. Or, let's say, evolutionary biology. If you are eating a phenomenal amount of calories, the right kind of calories, right we're not talking about Those ones were talking about the broccoli and good quality calories. Then your body says, Oh my gosh, nature is full of abundance. There's lots of calories available right now, and so your body does not feel the need to store calories. Your body only starts to feel the need to store calories when it feels that calories are rare. And there are some specific things that we eat that tell our bodies that calories might be rare soon or are currently rare. And so when somebody goes on a diet calorie restriction, their body internal goes, there's a lack of calories in nature. I better hold on to the ones I've got, and then weight loss becomes incredibly difficult.