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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.

    Flip out of the dieting-guilt-self-hatred mindset and into the self-care and self-love mindset.

    Lose your cravings for unhealthy food and replace them with genuine enjoyment of the foods that keep you healthy and slim.

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

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    ‘The last time I was this weight…’

    I have quite a few versions of ‘If I only had a dollar for every time a client told me x, I’d be a very rich woman.‘ One of the … Continue reading

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    Changing habits: willpower vs clearing emotional blocks

    OK, so you’ve been reading my articles for a little while. You’ve been thinking you really ought to improve your eating habits, get more exercise and sleep, and generally look … Continue reading

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    How did this woman lose nearly 25 cm off her body measurements?

    I often think that I must be one of the luckiest people in the world. Every day, I get to share in the excitement, joy, and sometimes downright awe, that … Continue reading

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    How working on bad memories helps you build a better future

    I get two types of response from my clients and program participants when I start talking about working on past events that shaped their body image, relationship with food, cravings … 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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