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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.

  • Oh no, don't look, holiday weight gain!Woman_cake_apple

    ‘Tis the season to… gain 2 kg

    That’s how much weight the average Australian gains over the December-January festive season. It might not sound like a lot, but when you think about how much effort it takes … Continue reading

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    When it comes to maintaining weight loss all calories are not created equal

    Weight loss is simple, right? You just burn more calories, through exercise and daily activity, than you take in through food. WRONG! I’ve been explaining to my clients for years … Continue reading

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    Eating meat: the fast track to diabesity

    With all those popular diet books and personal trainers out there pushing animal protein and vilifying ‘carbs’ as the cause of overweight and diabetes, the average person could be forgiven … 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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    Perfectionism, body image and overeating

    Is this a familiar scenario to you? You’ve been sticking to your diet and exercise regime for weeks, resisting the temptation to eat ‘bad’ foods. Then at the office morning … Continue reading

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