8 Top tips for healthy eating

This week I’m going back to basics with healthy eating. I’ve been helping people to lose weight and eat more healthily for some time now.  One thing that I’ve noticed is that many people are confused as to what healthy eating actually is.  There’s a lot of information about diet on the Internet and TV and much of it is based on opinions or theories rather than reliable scientific evidence. …

Five things you need to accept before you achieve lifelong weight management: #5 – self-esteem needs to come first

So here it is, the final post in the Five Things You Need To Accept series.  I hope you’ve been reading each week, if not you can catch up from the start here. Well last week’s post was a bit of tough love, but necessary to anyone who truly wants to get on top of their weight issue – you’re the only one that can do it! I want to say…

Five things you need to accept before you can achieve lifelong weight management; #4 – only you can take responsibility

So here we are at post #4 in the Five Things You Need To Accept series – I can’t believe it’s almost finished!  Hopefully you caught the first post a couple of weeks ago, but if not you can read the introduction here. Warning: this post may make tough reading for some, but as with all of my posts, you can choose to ignore it or use it to help…

Five things you need to accept before you can achieve lifelong weight management; #3 – to be different, do different

Here is post #3 in the Five Things You Need To Accept series.  Hopefully you caught the first post a couple of weeks ago, but if not you can read the introduction here.   3)        Whatever you do to change your weight you need to do forever   I often recommend that clients avoid viewing weight management as slimming or dieting.  When people say things like “I’m slimming at the…

Five things you need to accept before you can achieve lifelong weight management; #2 – nobody can defy the laws of physics

Here’s some more info on point number two of the Five Things You Need To Accept post from a couple of weeks ago. 2)        Nobody can eat more than they need regularly without gaining weight long-term   See post #1 for the basic principles of weight management.  So often clients say to me “My friend can eat what she likes and never gains weight” or “I know someone who eats…