Maintaining a healthy weight that you feel comfortable with can be very difficult.
You know what you should be eating and should not be eating, but it is hard to make
the right choices with will-
Did you know that 90% of people newly diagnosed as Type 2 Diabetic are over weight?
Type 2 Diabetes is not a fixed condition. You can change your body’s response to
insulin by changing what you eat and taking exercise. www.diabetes.co.uk/Diabetes-
You may be taking medication that is contributing to your weight gain or your weight loss, you may work in an environment where food is constantly available, you may have to prepare food for your family which is not the food that you would choose to eat.
When eating becomes the primary way of dealing with difficult and uncomfortable feelings it can be easy to lose touch with what our body is telling us i.e. the physical symptoms of hunger. When eating is primarily triggered by the mind and not the body, weight problems can develop.
In extreme cases people can become so fearful of food and perceived weight gain that
eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia can develop which seriously affect
long term health and well-
The first thing that I would do is take a case history. The next step would be for
me to establish how you feel about yourself and how you feel about food. People are
individuals and everyone has their own set of motivations. One person might over-
I use cognitive behavioural therapy techniques with inductions, metaphors, NLP techniques,
hypnotic suggestion and post-
Hypnotherapy will motivate you to change the way you think about food and weight.
Eating disorders are often linked to self-
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