A New Relationship With Food.

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My new relationship with food.

Many of you will know that I see myself as an expert on food issues and addictions to certain food.

I have written books about it and numerous blogs and even designed a workbook to help people. A lot of my work has been entitled around “What does food mean to you?”

I am an expert because I have been obsessed with food and weight issues for nearly fifty years. And that means that an awful lot of calories, pounds and food has passed my lips.

My bulimia has been anything from living on virtually nothing to eating an entire loaf of bread spread with butter and jam in an afternoon.

Seven years ago, I came across a diet that made sense to me. This way of eating helped me to break away from sugar and carbohydrate addiction, by controlling my intake of those foods.

But, it was all coming from the outside; in. Even though this diet made sense, and there was loads of support, conferences and a forum. As well as the books, recipes and menus, seven years later I have still fallen back occasionally to the old ways. I have still fallen back into the habit of being obsessed with my body weight.

In the last seven years too, I have been working on my personal and spiritual self. It has been quite a trip.

In fact, when I sometimes read the stuff that I have written, I wonder if it was me that wrote it. But at present, I seem to be in a phase where I am catching up with my own advice.

In the last two months, I have been reading, learning, studying and practising with a chap called Dr Joe Dispenza. He has written several books, but I started with one called “Breaking the Habit of Being You.”

He explains that no matter how hard we try if we don’t change our thinking and core beliefs about ourselves, we cannot change the ingrained habits of our way of thinking.

Changing our thinking has been talked about over the years, in connection with Spiritual development. We hear about the Law of Attraction, Quantum theory and the laws of the Universe.

Yet all of these will not work completely unless we are willing to meet them halfway. This can be with illness, lack, addictions, broken relationships, and so on.

JD has gone a step further and explained HOW we could change our thinking, by changing our brains.

When I started to read his books, I became aware of the large amount of headspace my food issues was filling up. I had often tried to change my thinking around several shifts that I have wanted to make in my life. But somehow there has been something lacking.

For me and countless others, Joe has hit the proverbial nail on the head.

If you want to know more, you would have to listen to him on YouTube or read his books. But basically, he works on using the brain, body and mind together, by meditation. Choosing what you want to change, you then do the meditation, and state your intention.

He explains in details why it works, and at his seminars and workshops, you can see the activity in the brain, on the EEG machines that he uses. It is all carried out scientifically and not just pseudoscience.

So, I began carrying out his instructions, and now, two months later I am finding that my attitude to food is changing dramatically.

For example, I am now eating a lot less and satisfied quicker. I am enjoying my food, and am not afraid of it anymore. When fear sets in I simply say the word “Change.”  Doing this brings my awareness to what I am doing and why. I am no longer in the fridge or cupboard wondering what to eat between meals.

I am bringing foods into the house that I would not have before. Yes, there is still a way to go with that because there are still some foods that I fear will bring on a binge. But that will change with continual everyday meditation and choose to use the word change when I find myself in the food cupboard, and I am not hungry.

Most surprising is that I find that given a choice between eating what I know is good for me, and some other food that I have banned from my diet in the past, I am actually choosing the good food.

I surrendered my anxiety over what I eat because I was still in a kind of diet trap. I was still using the diet to control me, instead of allowing my body to say what it wants.

There are probably people who are thinking, “If I did that I would be totally out of control because the sugar would trigger me off.”

I was saying that too until I decided that I wanted to change enough to make a difference in my life. In the past, I would have been afraid to let go, because the addiction was controlling me.

But now I realise that I want to have dominion over my body.  Which has not meant that I am dictating to it what it has, but because I am also respecting its needs, my body is responding with “Thank you for listening to me, I can now let you know what I want!”

And rewarding me for making me aware of the times when if I fancy something sweet, I can have it. Without the fear of losing control.

For many years I have been cooking separate meals for myself and my husband. I still do occasionally, because there are some things that he likes that I don’t.

But there have too many occasions when I have cooked separate meals, and simply do not want mine, and yet would fancy his. It dawned on me that perhaps I would be healthier if I had a little of what I have cooked for him rather than sitting down to something I don’t fancy. Why go on torturing myself, because I am afraid of food!

People with weight, self-image and food problems, have a complicated relationship with food. I have been telling myself all those years that I love food. But the constant input from various diets and slimming clubs has made me afraid of it.

We hear so much about what is good for you, or what is not so good. The media bring mixed messages to people, no wonder we get confused.

We all need to eat. We need to eat nourishing foods and enjoy them. Above all, we need “Soul Food!”

That means that we need to nourish our mind, body and soul. Eating out with friends is a good example of that. Are you eating out with them because of the food, or because of their company?

When I have been not eating particular foods in the past, I have felt almost cast aside. Now I can just eat a little of what the others eat and just be seen as having a small appetite.

Are you eating something that has been slung together for the sake of satisfying your physical hunger? Or are you eating something that has been lovingly prepared?

Yes, there are times when we are in a hurry and may turn to some fast food. But that does not mean that it cannot be nourishing.

However, I digress. The point is that I have realised a wonderful change in my attitude to food and my body since I began the meditations with Joe. It is not Joe that is making the difference, but my intention of making the change. He simply gave me the tools.

I am making good use of those tools, I know that I have a way to go, fifty years of dieting and not eating certain foods, will not be changed overnight. But the important thing is that I am now aware of what the problem has been.

If you are stuck in any area of your life and want to change it, whether that is lack, addiction, or an illness, take a look at Joe Dispenza. I am aware that he is not the only person teaching quantum, but his teachings have hit the spot for me.

Joe Dispenza has written, “Evolve the Brain.”  “Breaking the Habit of Being You.” “The Placebo Effect”.

Recently he wrote “Becoming Supernatural”, and he is touring the world presenting a workshop on it. I am looking forward to attending his London workshop on April 14th. 2018.

 

 

 

 

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Macular Degeneration and Diet.

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Firstly let me tell you my story.

I was diagnosed with the early signs of Age-related Macular Degeneration four years ago. At a regular eye test, the Optician told me that I had something called Drusen, which appeared as little white fatty spots on the picture of the back of my eye. He advised me that I should take supplements which he recommended and so I did that.

Being of a tenacious nature and having an enquiring mind, I began to do my own research about this condition and also found out what support was available.

The news was not good because AMD is apparently un-reversible and steadily gets worse. It is genetic and often caused by smoking. The advice was also to eat plenty of greens stuff, and the jury was out on supplements.

Two years down the line after having new prescription lenses and finding that they did not help my vision, I went to the University in Plymouth, where I had volunteered to be a guinea pig for students, and they found a layer of Wet behind the macula. I was sent straight away to the Eye Infirmary, where they said that it was not yet bad enough for treatment (injections in the eye) but that they would monitor it and start injections when it deteriorated to a crucial stage.

Meanwhile, I was experiencing a great deal of stress in my life, which I will not go into here.

On the positive side, the wet was not getting any worse. I was also watching what I eat, and kept mostly to a natural diet, not eating much of the refined and processed products that pretend to be food these days.

Then, in October last year, the source of the stress left my life. In December I went to the Eye Infirmary who told me that they would not need to see me for another three months as opposed to the usual four weeks, because there was still no change, and they would be discharging me on my next visit if there wasn’t any further change. (I found out from the University that it meant that the wet MD was not getting worse.)

On my last visit to the University two weeks ago, they did a scan, and found that the wet had disappeared!  Apparently, the effects that stress can have on Wet AMD is not very well researched or recognised. But the tutor said that she would be telling researchers about my case.

To sum up then; my vision is a lot better. The wet has disappeared. The progression is not as much as was first feared. None of this is my imagination because it is there on the scans. I am now using the distance vision glasses again and managing a lot better.

I claim that the reasons are; because I eat a healthy diet; I do not take expensive synthetic supplements anymore; The enormous stress has disappeared from my life; And I practice Spiritual (not religious) development.

Dr Zoe Harcombe, with whom I developed my way of healthy eating has just sent me this link;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJCLB3D-2cE

It is a talk by a Chris Knobbe.MD. And just about sums up what my own experience with MD is except for the stress factor.

He has been studying the effect on AMD from our appalling modern diet. He gives correlation studies on this.

I could tell you what he says, but the best way for you to find out is to watch the video. It is quite literally an eye-opener.

He does not claim that we can all repair our eyes, but what he looks at is how we can prevent it and reverse it in the early stages with a natural ancient way of eating.

The four main culprits that are very significant in our modern diets, starting from the early sixties are; White flour, Vegetable oils, trans fats, and sugar.

If you think about it, those are the ingredients in our modern day diet of mainly processed foods.  

In the USA the food intake percentages are; Plant foods, 12%: Animal Foods 25% and Processed foods 63%.

He shows the correlation between the increase in these processed foods and MD, from very few cases in the 1920’s to the present day prevalence of it.

He gives a list of diseases that are increasing in the countries that have these monster foods, among these diseases are; diabetes, heart disease, stroke, cancer, Alzheimer’s, Obesity and autoimmune diseases. All are amounting to something called metabolic syndrome. Now, with his lengthy research and correlated findings he wants to see MD added to that list.

Because of my own experience, I believe him. I left off the supplements last September and increased my daily intake of green foods. I eat a good diet, and I am aware of my emotional and mental conditions too.

In case you are wondering about my diet, I will say that before seven years ago, I was consuming a lot of the four foods he mentions. White flour, sugar, vegetable oils and trans fats, loomed large in my way of eating. I was a victim of the slimming diet industry, and yes; diet foods contain these ingredients. I dieted on and off for over forty years until I discovered how to eat for my health.

Which reminds me; a lot of Baby Boomers are the ones who were told to eat low-fat foods. That advice happened in the late 1970’s when we were all foxed into becoming low fat eaters. The food industry jumped on the wagon, and it has become conventional to avoid fat.

For the last seven years, I have mostly kept to a natural diet. I eat very small amounts of sugar or even sweeteners. I base my intake on plenty of plant foods and vegetables, one piece of fruit a day, natural yoghurt, (not low fat) animal products, eggs and some amount of natural fats such as butter, olive oil and coconut oil, nuts and seeds. I eat very little in the way of bread but have quinoa and a small amount of rice or oats.

These foods have become my normal way of eating.

Please have a look at the video, before you make any comments or judgements. I do not claim to know it all, but Chris Knobbe.MD, and Dr Harcombe and a good many other researchers and authors certainly know enough for the authorities and many medical professionals to sit up and start to take notice.  

If you want to read any further about a healthy and natural way of eating, and why, the following list of authors have written extensively about the subject. Just google them!

Dr Zoe Harcombe; Robert Lustig; Gary Taubes; Dr Verner Wheelock; and much more about the damage that sugar and our faulty way of eating in the 21st century.

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Death to Dieting.

Dieting to Death?

Or Death to Dieting?

As a writer and blogger and somewhat in my everyday life, I am an expert in two fields. Dieting or not, and anything connected to death.

It suddenly struck me today that there is a sort of link between them. Take Dieting for example.

Some people get into worrying so much about their weight that they do indeed die. That is the case with the psychological disease anorexia. This dangerous condition is often started with the desire to be thin and develops into a full-blown fear of food, any food.

But I would like to point out at this time of the year especially, that it is time to put dieting to death or rest.

It is the same every year, isn’t it? Feast until you drop over Christmas and the holiday season, then go on a diet to lose weight. How futile is that?

But this trend is mostly political. Do you think that you would indulge so much every year if there were not so much temptation? Do you think that you would feel the need to diet if you did not see the adverts to diet, by the same people who gave you all the foods that tempted you in the first place?

Isn’t it time to be able to make your own choices, and let your body tell you what it wants, rather than be thrown off course by all the conflicting advice out there?

How did we get here? How did we become a society that is led by the Food giants and corporations to eat the foods that are doing the damage?

Because I too was a victim of this sort of thinking for forty years, I have written two books on these subjects. I am now into my sixth year of taking control of my diet thinking, and even though I have not been perfect, I reckon myself to be an expert in the subject.

And if I can get the technology on Amazon right, they will both be promoted FREE from January 2nd for three days. I will post another blog when they are available, but for now, can I Ask you to ponder over what I have said?

Meanwhile, if you are in a hurry, you can buy them. Or of course you can browse and see what they are about and wait until January 2nd.

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Baby Boomer Foodies?

 

HunterGatherer_Patricia_Cherry_health_fiverr_weight_lossWhat were kids eating in the 1950’s and 60’s?

The Baby Boomers are the ones that have seen the biggest changes in history where food and diet are concerned. And the 50’s were the beginning of this change.

Foods that we take for granted now in 2015, were not around then in the UK in the 1950’s.

Among them is curry, pasta, many spices and herbs, pizza, and Chinese food. The word “takeaway” was unheard of and the only ready-made food you bought in the shops were fish and chips, which were wrapped in newspaper lined with a grease-proof bag to stop the ink from getting into the food, or pies and pasties. Ready-made cakes were now becoming more popular.

Rice was a milk pudding, bread and butter was an everyday food. We used to love rice pudding, which was made by putting about 2 oz of rice into 1 pint of milk, two tablespoons of sugar and a knob of butter. Place in the oven and cook for 90 minutes in a moderately hot oven. So it tended to be put into the oven at the same time as the meat for the Sunday roast.

Vegetables were carrots, turnip, parsnips, different types of greens and potatoes. Olive oil was kept in the medicine cabinet, and you used lard or dripping for frying. Eating raw fish would not have been considered healthy. Sushi would only have been known in Japan.

Figs and dates were something that you only ate at Christmas. Ice cream came in either vanilla or as a luxury, there would be strawberry flavour. Jelly and ice cream was a party food. Crisps were one flavour with a small blue packet of salt in the bag and was something you bought with pocket money and considered a treat. There was one type of cheese, and that was a cheddar.

Hot cross buns were eaten only on Good Friday, and you had one hollow Easter egg, on Easter Sunday morning. Milk was not pasteurised and families fought over who was going to have the cream from the top of the bottle delivered to the doorstep. My Mother used to scald the creamy milk to make clotted cream.

Food was purchased from the local shops, supermarkets were unheard of. I remember shopping with my mother, going from one type of shop to another because food was not all under the same roof.

We went to the Baker for bread, Grocer for cheese and eggs, (I can still smell it!) and the Green Grocer for fruit and vegetables. The Butcher was where you bought the meat. Shopping was a daily occurrence as we did not have a refrigerator. Milk was delivered by a milkman, which was a tradition carried on for many years and still is in some rural parts of the UK.

Sainsbury’s were the first to try out a Supermarket in the UK in 1957.

Another noticeable thing was that fruit and vegetables and some other foods, were seasonable. You would have been very surprised to find a lettuce in the middle of winter, or a turnip in the middle of summer. Strawberries were only available in May, June and July.

Apples tasted delicious. The Granny Smiths in September every year were something to look forward to, as were the cox’s apples and the russets. Crisp, fresh and tasty.

There would have been no such thing as grazing in front of the television, simply because television was rare in those days. Snacking was something that you took to work or school for midmorning.

Breakfast would have been porridge or cornflakes or toast and marmalade and sometimes an egg.

Lunch might have been sandwiches filled with meat-paste, or corned beef, or cheese or egg. Soup was popular for lunch times too. Salad would have consisted of lettuce, tomato, cucumber and maybe a little watercress. This was the time when salad cream, came into its own.

However, many working class people had the main meal of the day at lunch time (known as dinner) and such meals as cottage pie, pasties, pies, steak and kidney pudding, sausage and mash and on Sunday the proverbial roast. Chicken was a luxury and many people had this for their Christmas dinner and turkey was a rarity.

Mary, who was a child in that decade, told me of the chicken that her family had as a pet, and they had the benefit of her eggs for eating. This chicken who the family fondly called Cynthia, used to sit on her aunt’s head while she did the ironing, to the amusement of the kids in the family. One day Cynthia was missing and they never saw her again, no explanation and no sign of her anywhere. Was it coincidence that a couple of days later there was chicken for dinner? They never found out, it was the Aunt’s secret.

No home was complete without the jam, syrup, tomato sauce, brown sauce and mustard in the cupboard. There would be no other condiments, except if there was some pickle, piccalilli or home-made pickled onions.

The difference between eating then and now, is not so much the absence of sugar or processed foods, but the amount that people ate. There were no stimulating additives to make you want more!

This is a paraphrased extract from my forthcoming book, the cover you can see above.

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Do You Binge Eat?

 

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FREE 17 page Report on Binge Eating and Compulsive Eating. Do you know the difference?

Binge eating is more common that you think.

BInge eating is usually done in secret.

Binge eaters are usually near normal weight.

This last one may be a surprise to know.

Obese people are usually compulsive eaters.  Why?

A compulsive eater will usually carry on eating and just do not know when to stop, but they will usually do it in public and not feel ashamed.

A binge eater, is usually ashamed of themselves and feel out of control.

They may  also go on to become Bulimic and purge themselves by starving, or vomiting.

Have I got your attention? Want to know more? 

Just email me and request this FREE report.

trishcherry734@gmail.com

I promise that you will not be put on an emailing list. 

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Getting the Balance Right

 

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We hear so much these days about people’s ideas of what is good to eat, and what is not.

  • Eat meat; Don’t eat meat.
  • Low Carbohydrate; Base your meal on starchy foods.
  • High protein; Too much protein is not good.
  • Eat Grains; Don’t eat grains.
  • Saturated fat is good; Saturated fat is bad.
  • No Alcohol; Have a glass of red wine every day.

So it continues. No wonder that people are confused eh?

Are you confused? Well I am here to tell you that you don’t need to be.

Look once and for all to see what suits you.

The basis of a good healthy diet is to eat only foods that have not been processed, refined, added to, adulterated in any way and organic where possible.

As soon as you do this, then your body will start to recover from all the junk that you have been putting into it.

Get used to reading labels to see what ingredients are present.

Buy as locally as possible.

Base your meals on pure food.

From there you can start to build up a way of eating that will suit you, the individual, for life.

THERE IS NO ONE DIET THAT SUITS ALL!

We all have different nutritional needs, and we need to find out what those needs are.

This way, we will keep control of our weight, age healthily and nourish our body in a way that is sustainable.

You can find out more by reading my book “Design Your Own Diet”

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This book is useful for anyone who is interested in eating in a healthy way, whether your issue is weight, Type 2 Diabetes, self-image, Nutrition, limiting beliefs or changing how you think.

It is also useful if you just want to find out how to eat to keep you healthy as you age. Ageing does not have to be negative. Don’t just sit back and take pot luck.

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Why Dont We Get It?

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WE ARE WHAT WE EAT!

WE EAT WHAT WE ARE!

Which ever way you put it, it boils down to what we eat affects our health.

But how many of us are just failing to get the message?

Are you aware that what you eat affects everything in  your body?

You probably know that it affects your heart, your weight, and your arteries.

But there is more to you than that! 

What you eat also affects your eyes. Macular degeneration can be kept at bay by eating plenty of green leafy vegetables for example.

Your brain, there is evidence that Alzeimers disease can be kept at bay by avoiding refined and junk type foods and too much sugar. 

Arthiritis. Do you know that arthritis can be kept under control by not eating wheat!

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Research it, you will be surprised what you find.

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The point is, dont just think of the obvious things that “THEY” are always telling you about. Think of the effects of a bad diet on

YOUR WHOLE BODY!

Want to find a way of eating that suits you and is healthy?

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Healthy Eating? or not?

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Healthy Eating??

Have you been told to lose weight?

Whose advice are you going to follow?

Have any of the tips in this link worked for you?

http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Goodfood/Pages/eight-tips-healthy-eating.aspx

There is not enough room here to take up all 8 tips, so let’s just look at two that I cannot believe are there.

What do you think of this one?

Quote; “Eat the right number of calories, for how active you are, so that you balance the energy you consume with the energy you use. If you eat or drink too much, you’ll put on weight. If you eat and drink too little, you’ll lose weight. The average man needs around 2,500 calories a day (10,500 kilojoules). The average woman needs 2,000 calories (8,400 kilojoules). Most adults are eating more calories than they need, and should eat fewer calories.” Unquote.

Waow, now aint that helpful? 

I am not disputing that if we eat too much of anything, we will put on weight, as that means more calories but it is not as simple as that. This theory was taking machines into account, your body is alive and has other ideas! Are you among the people who have been doing that and it has not worked? There are all sorts of reasons why, and if you go to you-tube and look up Zoe Harcombe, she will give you the science.

Another one is;

Quote; “Base your meals on starchy foods.  Starchy foods should make up around one third of the foods you eat. Starchy foods include potatoes, cereals, pasta, rice and bread. Choose wholegrain varieties (or eat potatoes with their skins on) when you can, they contain more fibre, and can make you feel full longer.

Most of us should eat more starchy foods: try to include at least one starchy food with each main meal. Some people think starchy foods are fattening, but gram for gram they contain fewer than half the calories of fat.” Unquote.

Consider this; We have seen all the news recently about how sugar is now the arch enemy with weight management and type 2 diabetes.

But did you know that when you eat starchy foods the body converts it to sugar?

Just try a little experiment. Put a piece of bread on your tongue and see what happens.

It becomes sweet! Why? Because the moment the starch enters the body, it goes to work converting it to sugar.

I like the bit about “Some people think starchy foods are fattening!” But just because they have less calories gram for gram, does not mean anything. This is simply taking calories and nothing else into consideration at all.

If only it was that simple!

These are just two of the tips in the above link, some of them make sense, but most of them not so much.

So before you do what your leaflet from the NHS tells you to, look it up for yourself.

Have a look at my website for reading material and also download a FREE weight loss tool kit there. That will explain all about nutrients and nourishment and a whole lot else that you need to know before embarking on any weight loss regime.

Or have a look at my book on Amazon Kindle.

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Would Your Own Diet Work?

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Hi folks.

Research is finding that people who sucessfully lose weight and keep it off, are those who do it in a way to fit in with their own needs.

Just a reminder that you can learn how to make up a diet that will suit you for life.

This will:

Fit in with your own lifestyle

Include your favourite foods

And your own set of rules 

You will learn about the importance of including the right nutrients.

How counting calories is futile.

And you canJust buy the book from Amazon Kindle. The best few pounds you will ever have invested.

What have you got to lose except STRUGGLING!

THIS COULD BE YOUR FIRST STEP IN THE JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES!!

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How to Design Your Own Diet.

 

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Research is finding that more people  succeed in losing and maintaining their weight when they make their own rules and find their own way to do it.

Because most diets are laid out in a way that do not take into consideration that; 

EVERYONE IS UNIQUE!

When a person can design their own diet, then they can take their own individual needs and lifestyle into consideration.

However, what they also need is the knowledge to know how to nourish themselves properly and which foods will be both healthy and suit their tastes too.

 Taking into account foods that will either encourage their weight management

For the rest of their life, not just for the duration of the diet!

So if you want to look at how you can design your own diet, read my book. 

This is a simple but effective little online course that will help you to find your way through the diet maze.

It includes;

  • Why you need to diet
  • Looking at your lifestyle and how you can choose a diet to suit that.
  • What does food mean to you?
  • How to improve your self-esteem and self-image
  • How to find the wisest way to shop.

You will be led  through finding the right advice, books to read, and

  Authors and researchers who know their stuff!

GO AHEAD AND GIVE IT A GO

WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO LOSE EXCEPT PERHAPS SOME WEIGHT?

WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO GAIN EXCEPT A CUNNING PLAN!

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