Maybe you started the year full of good intentions: 10,000 steps every day. Cut back on the caffeine. Switch to red top milk. No alcohol on a school night. A fridge well stocked with purple and green things. ‘This is the year I will finally fit back into in my favourite jeans. And brave strappy tops when the sun shines’. But fast-forward a couple of weeks. School runs, work stress and social lives (the children’s!) had already left you worn out, resentful and craving carbs. It’s so frustrating when you finally shift 5lbs. Only to gain 7 again isn’t it?
Perhaps you’ve already looked around for help. You’ve bought all the healthy eating books. Joined Weight Watchers. Tried the Atkins diet. Googled dieticians. Put your name down for Zumba. Or maybe you’ve been privately setting your own rules and goals (and then breaking them like a champ).
So imagine if you could find a way to shift the weight and then actually keep it off - without feeling hungry or setting foot in a gym. Wouldn’t it be great to look at recent photos of yourself and think, ‘that’s one for the mantelpiece’? Or feel comfortable enough to take the kids to the local swimming pool without wearing an invisibility cloak? If only there was a way to stop this cycle of ‘good food days’ and ‘bad food days’. Of losing then gaining, losing then gaining. If you knew how to make a lasting change.
Well thankfully, there is a way.
And my work in the world revolves around helping you to keep off the pounds and find more energy – without dieting, guilt, or depriving yourself. I’m a Public Health Nutritionist with a passion for psychology and neuroscience. So I’ll teach you how your brain works and how to choose a healthier lifestyle. You losing weight and keeping it off is a wonderful side effect of the positive work we’d do together.
Ready to work with your body instead of against it? And fit back into your favourite jeans? ‘How to Master Healthier Habits’ could be just the thing. Click here to learn more about this interactive, online course. And don’t forget to add your name and email at the top of this page. You’ll be the first to get evidence-based nutrition tips and personal insights from me.