Why do I take a different approach?
Simple, I want you to achieve and maintain the healthy body weight and relationship with food you’re looking for where you enjoy eating real, delicious foods. Shifting your perspective on how you view and feel about food that allows you to develop a helpful relationship with food that sets you free of the chains of shame and guilt.
Living the good life, feeling free and undistracted to live the fabulous, fulfilled life you deserve.
It distresses me to see women like you try so hard and spend sooooo much money, get really down on yourself and at the end of your rope because you’ve followed one diet after another and still haven’t achieved your health goals or the relationship with food and yourself you’re looking for.
Did you know that in the UK we’ve been following the eat less move more approach to weight loss for nearly 200 years; yes you read that right, 200 years. Maybe it’s time to consider that this approach alone just doesn’t work; more of us are now more overweight than ever.
So I’m pioneering another way forward that can offer you a much higher success rate from a place of enjoyment and peace.
In supporting my own patients and observing friends, colleagues and family over the decades I’ve found that the eat less, move more approach is extremely difficult for most people to follow in the long term. That’s why the majority of people who lose weight regain it all and often a little more. The reasons around being overweight and obese are extremely complex and too long to go into here. However, for those interested, you can find out more information about the Foresight Obesity System Map here.
Yes it is that complicated!
I believe there’s a missing piece of the weight loss jigsaw that, when addressed, makes weight loss much easier……..
I’ve observed a vital similarity in most of women who find it difficult to achieve the weight loss results they want……. From childhood most of us have been unintentionally conditioned to have an emotional connection with food; feel mad, bad, glad or sad we’re offered some food and drink to go along with that to help us feel better. Think about it, children are often told that “if you’re a good boy or girl you can have chocolate / sweets”; “you can only get out to play when you clear your plate”; when they fall over and hurt themselves they are given a lollipop or chocolate to feel better; and……..Sounding familiar? So these lifelong, conditioned emotional connections to food, that have their roots in childhood, are really difficult to shake off. Well that’s unless you adopt a different approach, by learning a simple, yet highly effective tool that can reduce and eliminate all of those cravings and emotional drivers around what and how much you eat and drink.