Monthly Archives: February 2016

Hunger

This week we looked at hunger and all the subtle, complex interplay of hormones that are involved in regulating our hunger. Why don’t we simply eat when we are hungry and stop when we have had enough, like normal eaters … Continue reading

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What’s wrong with trying to look smaller?

For many years, I thought well fitted, sucky-in, smooth-out-the-bumps clothes were exactly what my body needed. Spanx, fat suits, control top pants, tights that reached my nipples…  Not daily, but certainly for a wedding or a night out, when you … Continue reading

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A conversation with my primitive brain

I am reluctant to share on the blog. It feels like there is a huge amount of content out there – videos, posts, musings, photos…  And is there any point just adding to it? And then there is this other … Continue reading

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Motivation: our second session

The Colchester group met on Monday where we explored our personal motivation for change. We know that we are perfectly entitled to stay exactly as we are, with our current rather unhelpful and unwanted habits dictating our behaviour and living … Continue reading

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Our first group session

I eat what I need has held its first session in Colchester! Thank you to the nine participants who came and joined us. Kate, Jane and I are so pleased to meet you all. We explored our “eating timelines” and discovered … Continue reading

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