If you are a busy professional or entrepreneur who would do anything to lose weight, and yet finds it impossible to stick to a diet, to eat less, or just what you know you should, this podcast is for you.
Listen in to learn how to stop overeating, lose weight for the last time and create a relationship with food that you love. All without diet deprivation and self-sabotage.
Discover how to…
- reduce your hunger for food
- become the boss of your food brain so that it is easier to make healthier food choices that take you close to your weight goals
- manage your mind so that you do not desire food so much or feel deprived
- end emotional eating
- put yourself first without taking anyway away from your work or relationships
The difference between the BALANCE Pathway and a diet is that the diet is effectively papering over the cracks of whatever the reasons are that you are or have been overeating.READ MORE
Listen in to this episode for insights into how you can truly get what you want from special occasions with tips for what to do before, during and after the event.READ MORE
This episode is all about whether there is a right, or a better time, to lose weight. You are invited to be curious about what you may be waiting for and why thinking ‘it’s not the right time’ may be holding you back from living the life that you want.READ MORE
On this episode I explore what’s going on when sometimes eating in a way that enables you to lose weight feels easy, and then at other times it feels incredibly difficult.READ MORE
In this episode we explore what to do if you think you have overly positive associations with food and eating compared to other aspects of your life.READ MORE
In today’s episode we explore what's going on when we think we can't get back on track and how you can overcome feeling out of control about how you are eating.READ MORE
In today’s episode I talk about how you can make your weight loss journey an amazing, desirable, and transformational adventure.READ MORE
On this episode we look at the sway or influence that your relationship with food has over your relationship with other people, whether they are family, friends, or colleagues, and vice versa.READ MORE