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Dieting culture is pervasive. What it teaches, is problematic. Those that have tried it again and again, end up with a predictable set of behaviours and attitudes about food and their bodies. If the following list describes you, you may be one of them:

  • It seems as if I am always on diet

  • I lose weight, only to gain it again

  • I am preoccupied with the desire to be thinner

  • I feel guilty when I eat “illegal” foods

  • I have a closet full of clothes in different sizes

  • I have lost touch with my natural hunger signals

  • I fluctuate between periods of sensible, nutritious eating and out of control eating

  • I think about burning kilojoules when I exercise

  • I am at war with my body 

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My Philosophy

Yes… but so what? you may think. Isn’t everyone like that? Following a healthy diet is hard work, right?

 

 I have good news. You do not have to be at war with your body to be healthy.

There is another way! 

There is a way of peace. 

A way of freedom.

Finding it, is like taking off a scratchy, too tight shirt and putting on a soft gown instead. It is like turning off the angle grinder that is blaring in the background and hearing silence. Like putting down a bag of heavy stones that was attached to your back and walking upright and light footed again. 

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