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Learning to lose weight by making more loving choices
Denise describes how she dieted most of her life and her weight went up and down constantly. It was not until she started to make more loving choices by listening to her body that she stopped dieting and her weight stabilised
Why do we overeat?
Do you ever overeat when lonely … as a reward after a challenging day … or for comfort? Here is an insightful exploration into why we overeat.
Bridging Foods is amazing! Don’t believe me? Taste it and see!
A cookbook like no other that will inspire and support lasting changes in the way you are with food.
The micro puppeteers – microbes and food cravings
Are our food cravings caused by microbes? Are we responsible for inviting the microbes into our bodies, and if so how?
What is gluten sensitivity?
Did you know that it is possible to have an intolerance or sensitivity to gluten that hampers your vitality and well-being, without it showing up in your digestive system?
Overeating: a 3-step guide to a more positive relationship with Food
Overeating is by no means a new phenomenon within society and particularly in western cultures where access to food is plentiful. In fact, we need only look at our global obesity rates to see that perhaps we are loading our plates a little too high …
Fitting life around food
Our July 2017 Audio of the Month looks at our relationship with food and why we overeat – you might be surprised!
Carbohydrate kid – No more! No pain, no bloating, no digestive discomforts
Inconceivable to give up carbs? What – going without toast for breakfast, sandwiches at lunch and pasta for dinner? Think twice! Even Emilia’s strong Italian roots couldn’t stop her going gluten free.
The hidden harm in self-care
The hidden harm in ‘self-care’ may sound like a parody, but it is not an attempt to be either witty or clever, I am in fact being very serious.
Give me my treats!
Do you find yourself hanging out for your treat to eat or drink and react when someone or something gets in your way?
The demand for food is in our hands.
Food might be one of the most common topics of conversation, but we are the ones calling the shots – food supply is based on our demands.
When we are hungry, we get ourselves that yummy thing to eat – but is there something more going on underneath? Read one person’s experience with giving up gluten and what was revealed to them.