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Avoiding Christmas weight gain

This is not a post that will tell you to fill up on carrot sticks before Christmas dinner.  It’s more about becoming an intuitive eater and how this can help you stay balanced with your eating over Christmas (and the rest of the year!) When I was younger, every Christmas time I’d gain a couple […]

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Creating the perfect salad

If you’re a salad lover but want to devour the entire fridge when you get home from work, you might need to re-evaluate what goes into your salad. While vegetable packed salads are very nutritious, for a lunch time meal you need to make sure you get the balance right to stop you from feeling […]

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Looking beyond sugar

  Recently I saw a client  for our last follow up appointment who had been trying to stop eating sugar. She’d come to me anxious and stressed about her wellbeing and was also wanting to lose weight. She’d bought all the books, done the 8 week program and was still frustrated that she just couldn’t […]

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A new way to look at food cravings

How to beat food cravings. It’s time to rethink how you look at your food cravings and what you need to do to beat them. I’ve always seen food cravings, and in particular regular strong cravings as a sign that you need to interpret rather than ignore.  I read a really interesting article by Psychologist […]

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Three reasons to fall in love with eggs

It’s World Egg Day today so I can’t think of a better reason to celebrate the humble egg as a great source of nutrition.   Eggs have had a bit of a rocky history in nutrition. While it has always been known that they provide great nutritional value, their cholesterol content lead to recommendations on restricting […]

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