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I’m not saying diets don’t work, because a 2007 UCLA report showed they do work for between 22-25% of people, however if you’ve been on the dieting treadmill over any length of time, it’s quite likely you fall into the 75-78% group, who require additional help to reach your long-term goals.
If you’re overweight or considered clinically obese, then you may have collected a range of other symptoms or conditions over time, where these just add to the health load of a what’s wrong with me syndrome?
Are you suffering with any of the Big Five conditions are aligned to being overweight:
- ‘Bad’ cholesterol
- Diabetes type II
- Heart disease
- High blood pressure
There are other associated and less life threatening conditions such as:
- Mood swings
- Long term stress
- Acute and chronic illness
Perhaps you’re experiencing pain symptoms like:
- Headaches and migraine
- Muscular-skeletal challenges
- Mobility, flexibility, reluctance to move
- Accidents and injury
Are you suffering with other seemingly unrelated symptoms around Hormonal Health:
- Thyroid (low / high)
- The adrenals
- Menopausal (pre-mid-post) challenges
Do you just feel uncomfortable in yourself or struggle to assert yourself in certain environments like: work, home, with certain people, in certain places:
- Lack of confidence
- Find it hard to be heard
- Feel worthless in some settings
- Memory problems
There may be other issues you want to address to get your health optimized such as:
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- Phobias and fears
Maybe it’s just about your eating, diet and nutrition:
- Changing your relationship with food
- Look at how your nutrition can be improved
All of this and more is served here with Jane’s Health & Weight Coaching, Jane Unsworth, Home Economist and qualified chef.
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Changing unwanted patterns with all-things-food makes an enormous difference to everything else, especially how you feel about yourself.
When it comes to making better decisions, addressing what stops you is a very good place to start. Are you ready to take the plunge?