#74 Quit Dieting For Good with Caitlin Ball


Caitlin Ball is a Health & Lifestyle Coach who, after 15 years of dieting and hating her body, helps women get off the dieting roller coaster, so they can learn to be confident in their bodies and make better food choices, and she also teaches them how to take care of themselves from a place of love.


  • How she was able to quit dieting for good

  • Why you should stop restricting yourself around food right now

  • How cheat days will never get you to your happy life and body

  • Why you are allowed to eat anything you want

And so much more!


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