Go On, Lose It!!

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Xlibris Corporation, Dec 29, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 100 pages
Points to remember Plan meals for the whole day Shop from a list Dont buy what you dont want to eat! Get rid of everything you dont want to eat! Dont buy trigger foods Dont use yourself as a dustbin! Never miss a meal Always sit down to eat Use a knife and fork Eat slowly and ENJOY your food!! The CHANGING SHAPE eating programme was originally put together, to help people with bulimia who were overweight. The concept was successful and is now available to anyone who needs to lose weight, but sensibly! Learn how to eat a healthy, balanced diet; to enjoy food; to get away from calorie counting and still be able to maintain a healthy weight. So, why not try it for yourself. Go on, lose it!!
 

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Contents

Changing Shape
7
Start Planning Meals
43
Temptations
58
Recipes
73
References
96
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Born in England, after leaving school, Penny Holbrook trained as a State Registered Nurse and then as a Midwife. She worked for a time in England before moving to Switzerland where she continued to work as a nurse. Later, Penny changed track and trained as a Counsellor, obtaining a diploma in Clinical and Pastoral Counselling plus further diplomas as a Crisis Counsellor and for Major Incident Counselling. It was while Penny was counselling in Switzerland that on 3 separate occasions, families came to her for help with teenage daughters thought to be anorexic. This opened a new dimension in her counselling and Penny trained with the National Centre for Eating Disorders in Esher, Surrey. She now counsels people with eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia nervosa, binge eating and obesity as well as general counselling. CHANGING SHAPE has been put together from Penny's own experience of being ill and being advised by her doctors to lose weight, and of a the lack of counselling to help her change her eating patterns. Plus lots from her training at the NCFED.

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