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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.

    It will enable you to:

    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 magic weapon in food that fights fat

    I know, you’ve seen it all before: spam emails trying to sell you expensive supplements that ‘melt fat off your body'; or machines that dissolve your spare tyre while you … Continue reading

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    Eating low carb? Get your facts straight – your life depends on it!

    So your personal trainer, the latest weight-loss book you picked up, and even your next-door neighbour are all telling you that if you want to lose weight and get healthy, … Continue reading

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    The Mediterranean Diet: sorting fact from fantasy

    Everyone who’s interested in diet and health has heard of ‘the Mediterranean diet’. Advocates of this dietary pattern claim that it protects against heart disease, stroke, metabolic syndrome (characterised by … Continue reading

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    The pleasure trap – or how your brain gets tricked into thinking BAD is GOOD

    The human brain and body were both designed to live in a very different world to the one we inhabit today. Many of the health problems that are so prevalent … 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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