Eat Well—Be Well

Discover how to lose weight—healthily—and stay slim. Sleep more deeply and feel re-energised. I would be delighted to coach, teach, motivate and encourage you to nourish your body to be the healthiest it can be.

  • Eat Well
  • How Eat Well—Be Well helps you to become and stay slim
    Lose weight naturally, healthily and easily

    During my own personal development journey, I came realise that being well was at the heart of everything. If I didn’t sleep well, if my energy levels were low and if I was overweight—it was far more difficult to be the best I could be. I struggled with my weight, eating too much when emotionally stressed, and sometimes drank too much wine and fizzy drinks. I knew what I should and shouldn’t do—but it seemed hard to stay on track and my weight yo-yo’d over the years.

    From 2004, slowly but surely I began to clean up my act. I gave up alcohol in 2008 because even a small glass of wine caused problems for me. In 2009, I discovered and became a fan of Clean Eating. I reached my natural, healthy weight in that year and more or less—I’ve stayed there. I’m not a skinny-minny—I love my food—but I am now very healthy and I eat very well and still get to enjoy treats. Read more about my weight loss story here.

    May I help you become and stay slim AND be healthier than before? I would be honoured to help you.

Eat Well—Be Well Programs – an overview

Principles of the Eat Well—Be Well program

The Eat Well—Be Well program incorporates all I have learnt and practiced over the last 14 years. I help people lose weight using life coaching techniques to change relationships with food and body. I teach people how to use EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) to release emotional blocks that are often the root casue of self-sabotaging. And the whole program is based on naturopathic nutrition – so that weight loss comes with improved health and energy.

The Eat Well—Be Well program is not a diet. I don’t wish for you to diet any more. Not ever. In the long run, diets never work. Instead I wish for you to:

  • Fall in love with food
  • Begin treating your body as your best friend, not your enemy
  • Learn about nutrition and digestion, so you can make good food choices
  • And let go of trying to be perfect.

Fall in love with food? Isn’t this already the problem? Loving and eating too much food? Maybe, but probably not. The food I’m talking about is real, natural, fresh – not the processed food that fills so many of our supermarket shelves. And difficulties around losing weight are rarely just about the food you eat. There is usually one or more of the following going on for you too:

  • Food addiction(s)
  • Poor body image
  • Yoyo weight-loss and weight gain
  • Lack of self-worth and poor self-esteem
  • Comfort eating
  • Eating processed foods (especially those ‘sold’ as healthy, low-fat food)
  • Secret eating
  • Binge eating
  • Psychologically self-sabotaging your efforts
  • Poor eating habits
  • Rewarding and punishing yourself with food and drinks
  • Chasing instant fixes (e.g. crash dieting “Lose 7lbs in 7 days” diets)
  • Telling yourself (and others) that it’s impossible for you to lose weight
  • And perhaps, possibly unknown to you, food intolerances.

The Eat Well—Be Well program is based on the 7-Steps of Healthy Weight Loss that addresses all of the above issues. As well as coaching, teaching, encouraging, motivating and helping you lose weight, my role is to empower you so that you know what works for your own, unique and wonderful body. By the way, your body is still amazing and wonderful even if your reflection in your mirror is not to your liking.

I can help you discover what your unique body needs, find out how to lose weight in a healthy, natural way and and more importantly, stay slim. Find out how the Eat Well—Be Well program works. I hope to meet you soon!
 

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