Category Archives: Mindful Eating

How To Be “Healthy” Over Christmas

how to be "healthy" at christmasEvery year, as we approach Christmas the same questions come up from clients and all over the media:

  • “How can I avoid overeating?”
  • “Everyone is always talking about their diets. I feel guilty. I just want to eat want I want”. “What should I eat on Christmas Day?”
  • “I don’t want to put on weight but…..”
  • “How do I eat healthy over the holidays?”
  • “I’ve gained a lot of weight. What will they think?”

So what’s the answer How can we be “healthy” over Christmas? Continue reading

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What is the non-diet approach?

what is the non-diet approachIf you have been a reader of our blog, you’ll know we have been writing about this thing called the non-diet approach for, well, quite awhile.

If you’re new to us, let’s get you up to speed.

Q: So what is the non-diet approach?

A: It’s a way of approaching your health without a focus on diets for weight loss.

Why don’t we promote weight loss? Continue reading

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Let’s talk food privilege

“Privilege is when you think something is not a problem because it’s not a problem personally for you”

bananasFact: In 2014 – 2016, 795 million people or 1 in 9 people were suffering from undernutrition*

Of those 795 million people, 780 million live in developing countries.

I’m fresh home from a trip to the Solomon Islands with some Bond University nutrition students and I’d love to talk food privilege!

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