The Eating for You approach is based on mindfulness. Mindful eating is not a quick fix, but it offers a lifelong solution.
Diets on the other hand promise quick weight loss which comes back on as soon as you go off the diet. Would you prefer a quick fix that doesn’t last or a lifelong solution?
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Winter health comes from our experience of winter. When you think of winter, what comes to mind?
Your answers will help you plan for a healthy and happy season, as will my 7 Tips for Winter Health!
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We all know that there is only 24 hours in a day. But how many hours of stuff do you try and cram in? Making time for you needs to be a priority so you can attend to your health and wellbeing, and be the person you want to be.
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A mindful eating journal can become your new best friend. Best friends tell you “like it is” – and they compassionately help you to see all sides of a situation. Similarly, a mindful eating journal can show you what food choices are working well for you, and those that are not.
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The Eating for You Eating Habit Profile identifies the biggest barrier that is standing between how you eat today, and how you would like to eat.
It hones in on your eating habits, and helps you to move forward without the overwhelm, by providing a personalised tip that you can put into action immediately.
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Have you had an intention to improve your health and wellbeing? It might have been a goal to eat 5 serves of vegetables a day, get to bed by 10pm or walk 30 minutes a day.
Yet some time after setting that intention, you realised that you never started. Sound familiar? So, what does it take to convert an intention into action?
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