The chocolate biscuits are staring you out from the passenger seat footwell in the car, and you can feel your anxiety building, just like the traffic around you!
Have you ever skipped a meal or really scrimped on your portion sizes, thinking less is better for your waist line? You may be doing more damage than good!
Are you a self confessed choc-o-holic? Do you crave the naughty sweetness? The deliciousness bomb that is a chocolate bar? How can you manage this whilst trying to lose weight?
It may not be a new thing, but it certainly continues to gain popularity and celebrity endorsements across the globe. So what is the big deal with Apple Cider Vinegar?
If you have been following me for a while you may know that I have a healthy interest in Psychology, Behaviour Change & Mindset Coaching. In fact, I have been working with many of my clients both on & offline, using mindset coaching for quite some time now, and I have seen some incredible results... Continue Reading →
So, it's that time of year again, the memberships at the gym are increasing by the day, the sales of diet potions and pills have tripled and everyone is making the same promises and New Year Resolutions that they make every year.... Get Fitter, Quit smoking, Drink less, Lose weight.... and so on. And, as... Continue Reading →
Healthy eating doesn't need to be boring, monotonous or bland. It doesn't have to consist of copious amounts of lettuce, celery, rice cakes and flavourless cracker breads.
Yep, it really is a really real thing! Decision Fatigue! It may sound far fetched, but this was covered in one of my Psychology courses a while back, and it fascinated me. A while ago, there was a study of the behaviours of judges in a court room and the rulings that were made with... Continue Reading →
When we talk & think about diets, we always think about cutting things out or down, you know certain food types, or food groups, the number of calories we are consuming, sugars, carbs, fats and so on. I always say to my clients, you shouldn't think about dieting, because diets aren't actually that good for... Continue Reading →