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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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    Break free of food addictions.

    Learn how to tell when you're genuinely hungry, when you've had enough AND how to stop eating at that point.

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    As a consequence, move effortlessly toward your ideal weight and maintain it once you're there.

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    Eat MORE to lose weight???

    Yes, you read that headline correctly: Eat MORE to lose weight! I know the ‘Eat Less, Move More’ mantra has been drilled into you, but it suffers from one fatal … Continue reading

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    It’s not about the food

    Whenever I’m working on food cravings with either my private clients or participants in The LEAN Program, we ALWAYS reach a point where they realise it’s not about the food. … 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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    Why you need to resolve the past to create the future you want

    Weight loss. It’s really simple in theory: just eat less and move more. But it’s a little more complicated than that in practice! Because I see so many clients who’ve … Continue reading

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    Why are salt, sugar and fat so addictive?

    In last week’s post, I introduced you to John and Ashley, who both struggle with food cravings when they become anxious. (You can watch a short excerpt of the EFT … Continue reading

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