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How to hold space for your food thoughts

I love the feel, texture and taste of food in my mouth. Who doesn’t?

I also love the feel, texture and taste of peace and spaciousness in my brain.

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Wholeness, yoga and eating – what’s the connection?

Yoga means many things to many people, and it’s taken me many years to find out what it means to me, personally. For me, the practice of it, in its simplest form, is about finding wholeness.  Bringing the pieces of … Continue reading

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What is your priority?

In life, we must make choices, decisions, as to how to spend our time and energy.  These are limited, so we must make time for some things and not others.  What we dedicate ourselves to, most frequently, could be called … Continue reading

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Our story: Emily’s story

Learning to feed myself has been the most important lesson of my life thus far.  For some, feeding themselves well is a simple, natural and effortless process. They gently pick up on internal cues, reaching out for foods that sustain … 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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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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