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When I was a teenager, I used to literally joke saying food was the devil. But actually, I meant it because it felt like food was ruining my life.
One of my weekend rituals - before starting yet another diet on Monday - was to buy a bacon double cheeseburger and fries at Mc Donalds, plus a chocolate bar, chips and a Mc Cain cake from 7 Eleven for dessert.

All just so that I could get my 'fill' before Monday - after which I would starve myself and do aerobics (think back to the days of VHS, Susan Powter and Denise Austin!).

To top it off, I would buy at minimum 8 fashion magazines (Teen, Seventeen, YM, Sassy, Vogue, Cosmo, Glamour and Elle) and then rent a movie with a beautiful thin Hollywood actress in it - to punish myself by comparison and motivate me to start my diet.

Back then, I thought you had to exercise yourself to death and eat like a rabbit to lose weight.

Of course raw carrots, celery and iceberg lettuce didn’t sound fun, sexy or glamorous at all. At the time, I didn't even think it was possible to enjoy eating food and actually maintain a healthy weight (hence food being the devil).

Eventually, I refused to diet and instead embarked upon a journey to discover the truth about health and weight loss. I discovered that healthy food is actually way more delicious than any junk food - and that when you know what you are doing in the kitchen, you can make and eat any treat to your heart's desire without getting fat.

I teach you how to do that in my new KITCHEN MAKEOVER e-course.
The first module is all about making space for your all begins in the kitchen.

In addition to the practical stuff, there is a lot of 'health conscious' mindset training in this course..... because basically if you don't shift your mindset into a state of health consciousness, you'll always be fighting with your food, like I used to.

In fact in this grad picture, I starved myself for a couple months to fit into that dress..... because I didn't know any better. Once you know better though, you CAN do better when you have the right knowledge and resources.

Nothing will change about your relationship with food, until you change your relationship with food.

But first you have to learn something different and then keep "re-MINDing" yourself to make what you learn stick.
That's what this course is for.


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