Ditch the diet! A program that truly transforms your eating by getting to the root causes and patterns. Tailored to your body-type, your needs and your preferences.
Your Best Body Weight-Loss: A Program to End Emotional Eating & Food Addiction
Diets teach us that we shouldn’t listen to our body’s signals and our mind can’t be trusted to make sound decisions and so we must follow the diet and obey the ‘rules’. Diets are invented by the mind of someone else who has no understanding of your mind-body needs. What is more is that the people who create diets are usually also disconnected from their own bodies.
True to Yourself Eating understands that our relationship to food goes deeper than survival. It means learning to eat with skill as well as for pleasure and mindfully. The cult of yoyo-dieting is evidence that restriction, criticism and guilt do not work.
For many of us food has become so commonplace and we have become so distracted that we don’t even know we are eating. Mindless eating has been shown to lead to weight-gain.
Teaching ourselves to slow down to eat can be a game-changer for our waistline and our digestion. When we savour food, we need less of it. Learn the tricks.
Learn the strategies of mindful eating. Mindful eating not only helps us to slow down when we are eating and causes us to lose weight. It teaches us how to make the ordinary–meaningful.
Eating mindfully is not about perfection. Sustainable weight-loss and health is all about practice and progress. Compassionate eating has been shown in various studies to be far more effective.
When New Year’s Resolutions are filled with unworthiness and non-acceptance of ourselves, we set ourselves up for failure. Learn to set compassionate and healthy intentions.
Learn how to avoid turning to food for comfort to cope with the stress of the holidays.
Willpower is exhaustible and depletes with stress. Relying on skillpower during the holidays, helps to avoid stress eating and the willpower depletion.
Learn about my six top suggestions to avoid over-eating and how to deal with regret if you have ‘over-celebrated’
Feeling hungry is not a part of healthy weight-loss. Learn some simple ways to avoid hunger and make weight-loss sustainable and even enjoyable!
Over-eating, hoarding and shopping addiction are linked to the need to fill up on something that we are lacking in our lives. Learn what may be driving your dysfunctional behavior.
Mindful eating means understanding what blocks you have in your life that are preventing you from making the shifts you desire.
Regret is not something we can avoid. Learning to let go of our ‘stuff’, our past, griefs and losses is the only way to make space for the new.