How to Delete Night Snacking, Grazing or Nibbling with the Emotion Code

End your fight with willpower for good!

Juanita Ecker

Picture this — you come home from a stressful day of work. You’re exhausted. You eat the dinner you picked up on the way home and now you’re stuffed. When preparing for your next day of work, you begin to get anxious. You quickly remember you just bought a gallon of cookies n’ cream ice cream the day before and it hasn’t been opened yet. 

Out of Willpower?

This next moment in this scenario is where my clients usually tell me they are completely out of willpower. They give in to their cravings because they don’t have any energy left in their body to say no. I see this a lot with my clients who have struggled with late-night snacking. 

Ego Depletion

This theory is called “ego depletion”. An article in Psychology Today, explains this theory well. “The theory is that willpower is connected to a limited reserve of mental energy, and once you run out of that energy, you’re more likely to lose self-control. This theory would seem to perfectly explain my after-work indulgences.” (Eyal, 2016).

We fight with willpower and we are ashamed of ourselves when we lose. 

That’s why I love the Emotion Code. It requires absolutely zero willpower on your part. Using the Emotion Code, I am able to delete late-night snacking habits for good! I know this sounds too good to be true but why don’t you see it for yourself? Click the video below.

How to Delete Night Snacking, Grazing or Nibbling with the Emotion Code


To learn how the Emotion Code can work for you, contact Juanita to schedule your free 20 minute strategy session.