Monthly Archives: January 2015

Feeling entitled to eat

How wonderful to have balanced days of simply eating what I need: nothing more or less. My body feels fuelled and nurtured and food, for once, takes a back seat. But what about the times when I move from fridge … Continue reading

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How Katie Hopkins’ “transformation” made me feel

I heard her on the radio.  She talked of going from 8 stone to 12 stone in a matter of months.  She talked of the discomfort, the shame and the limitations she felt had been imposed on her new fat … Continue reading

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Favourite inspiration

Here are a selection of books that I use. Two are Christmas presents but I have tried out a few ideas. I don’t follow recipes, tending to just follow the basic instructions and then let my imagination take over. This … Continue reading

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Nutrition for compulsive eaters and food addicts

Do you… …overeat regularly? …feel that certain foods are “calling you“? …find yourself “cupboard cruising” even though you aren’t hungry? …feel out of control around certain foods? I certainly did.  And in times of distress, I still do sometimes.  I’m … Continue reading

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Clean Christmas

This isn’t the first year that we have eaten clean at Christmas but every time a celebration comes around I pause to consider what the consequences will be for us if we dive into the “crack”, as processed foods, particularly … Continue reading

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Our story: Jan’s story

At the tender age of eight years, I was put on my first diet. A trip to the doctor to investigate my out-turned feet turned into a diagnosis of “my springs being weighed down” i.e. I was overweight. In that … Continue reading

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