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Scared of food... making you fat

“I looked at him nonplussed. I realized that I have spent so many years being on a diet that the idea that you might actually need calories to survive has been completely wiped out of my consciousness. I have reached point where believe nutritional ideal is to eat nothing at all, and that the only reason people eat is because they are so greedy they cannot stop themselves from breaking out and ruining their diets.” ― Helen Fielding, Bridget Jones's Diary Whenever I work with someone that wants to lose weight - I notice that they have become afraid of food (and many different food groups) - they have become scared that eating a substantial breakfast will cause them to put on weight, or will

Why effective stress-management is key to changing your food-related behaviours

"The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.” - William James Many people that I work with tell me that they make the worst food choices when they feel stressed or anxious. Their worries about a particular situation drives them to seek comfort in food - for that quick high - for that quick boost, so that they can feel better. Now there is nothing wrong with doing this occasionally but when someone is choosing food to cope with stress on a very regular basis (which often also then leads them to feel very guilty and ashamed for making poor food choices), this can have a very negative impact on the state of someone’s physical and mental health. Stres

How can hypnotherapy change your food-related habits?

“Behaviour is the end result of a prevailing story in one's mind: change the story and the behaviour will change.” ― Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana One of the techniques I use with many of my clients to help them change their behaviours around food is hypnotherapy. Many people tell me that they don’t really understand what hypnotherapy is or how it works - they worry also about what it will do to their minds. They imagine a stage hypnotist getting them to “bark like a dog” or embarrass themselves - they imagine some “magical” thing this has no scientific grounding. However the latest research in neuroscience shows us that hypnotherapy is actually a very powerful tool that can be used to manage

The low self-esteem trap

Think about what it felt like the last time you received a compliment. Perhaps someone told you how beautiful your smile was or how kind you felt pretty good right? Now take a moment and think about how you talk to yourself on a daily basis. Are you telling yourself “you are too fat, not attractive enough...your thighs are too chunky, you don’t spend enough time with your kids, you are rubbish at your job”...etc...all day long? Many people talk to themselves in this harsh way - often being more unkind to themselves than they would ever even consider being to a friend, stranger or even enemy! Yet if you think how good just one compliment makes you feel - now think about just how BAD


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