How to lose weight – myth busting weight loss for busy people
Date & Time:23rd May 2018, 7pm - 8.30pm
Location:Curzon C of E Combined School
- Find an event in your area
This event will be a great opportunity for you to learn why you might be struggling to lose weight and more importantly what you can do to change this.
During the evening we will cover a range of topics including easy to follow hints and tips on what to eat to support healthy weight loss, lifestyle changes which could make a big impact on both weight loss and overall health, plus we will also be discussing strategies for overcoming some of the psychological challenges associated with sticking to some form of "diet".
- Ditching the notion of "diets".
- How to stay motivated.
- How to recognise and address an unhelpful mindset which could be holding you back, such as an "all-or-nothing” approach to eating, or lack of belief that you can achieve your weight loss goal.
- Unhelpful eating habits such as "comfort eating" or using food as a means of managing stress.
There will also be plenty of time to ask questions throughout the evening and an opportunity to try my Tanita body composition scales*. Body composition analysis provides a range of useful markers such as total fat mass, bone mass, hydration, visceral fat, metabolic rate and metabolic age. Not only is this information helpful if you are looking to improve health or lose weight, it is also a great motivator!
*Please note Tanita scales are not suitable for anyone with a pacemaker.
About the host
Holly Miles is a nutritional therapist, health coach and NLP practitioner. One of her specialist areas is weight management where she has done considerable research into both the physiological and psychological factors associated with weight loss, some of which has recently been published in a peer reviewed journal.
I found a nutritionist on this site after reading an article about sports nutrition. I've...
The help and advice from my Nutritionist, with my aim of losing weight through the 5:2 system,...
In my teen years I suffered from Anorexia and was put into a treatment programme. With the...