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Change the way you eat forever

Have you been dieting for years with no lasting results? Are you tired of obsessively counting calories, avoiding carbs, or weighing, measuring and logging every ingredient in an app?

Or perhaps you’ve been diagnosed with a medical condition such as diabetes or pre-diabetes, which has acted as a wake-up call for you to lose weight.

Do you stress about – or avoid – social situations because food will be involved?

Eating Psychology can change the way you eat forever.

What is Eating Psychology?

Eating Psychology is a positive, empowering and transformational approach that’s designed for anyone who eats.

Each of us has a unique, fascinating, and ever changing relationship with food. Eating Psychology affirms the primary importance of this relationship.

It sees our challenges with eating, weight and health not as an indication that we’re broken, but as an opportunity to grow and evolve.

How it works

Eating Psychology examines your relationship with food throughout the day, identifying what triggers you to make the food choices which could be impacting your health. Using those insights we then work on embedding positive food habits and strategies helping you to enjoy food in a healthy, happy way.

Grounded in clinical experience, traditional wisdom and mind body science you will benefit from an approach that’s results-orientated and in true alignment with all aspects of who we are as eaters – body, mind, heart, and soul.

It’s a positive, generous, and life-affirming view of our relationship with food.

Who’s it for

My programmes are designed for people who;

  • have unsuccessfully tried many different diets over the years and want to try a new approach to weight loss,
  • generally eat the right types of food but eat too much,
  • are an emotional or a binge eater,
  • have been warned they are pre-diabetic and need to reduce sugar intake,
  • are Coeliac or gluten-sensitive,
  • have Irritable Bowel Syndrome,
  • are simply interested in eating in a healthier way.

See which programme suits you best.

Contact me for an initial, no obligation 15-minute consultation to discuss your needs.

info@eatingpsychology.co.uk     01273 252550

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