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  • The 4-step LEAN Process has enabled even people who've struggled with emotional eating and weight cycling for virtually their whole lives, to completely transform their relationship with food and their bodies.

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    ‘I’ve lost all this weight – but I still feel fat!’

    In the last couple of weeks I’ve had 2 very similar conversations with clients – one male and one female. Both had lost significant amounts of weight, as evidenced by … Continue reading

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    Natural eaters vs emotional eaters

    How would your life change if you stopped being an emotional eater, and became a natural eater? Have you ever encountered the kind of person that weight loss researchers describe … Continue reading

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    Fear of feeling – and how it drives cravings

    Last week’s post was all about FOMO – Fear Of Missing Out, and how it drives food cravings. There’s another big fear that pops up all the time when I’m … Continue reading

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    The best Christmas gift EVER

    I don’t know about you, but I’m at the stage in life where there just aren’t that many THINGS that I need. In fact, these days I find I enjoy … Continue reading

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    Why improving your body image must come before you lose weight

    Most people assume that their body image – their perception of the attractiveness of their own body – will automatically improve after they lose weight. That seems fairly logical, right? … Continue reading

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