The best way to retrain your eating is to
Retrain Your Brain
(and keep your love of food)
For as long as I remember I experienced food cravings which always led to binge-eating on a daily basis, followed by feelings of guilt and shame.
As soon as I started working with Jane, big changes started happening and I stopped constantly thinking about the next meal, and sweet things, my cravings vanished, and I’m not really sure how it happened!
The techniques seemed strange at first, but I soon got used to them especially when I started seeing the results and without really trying the weight started to fall off.
I found Jane easy to talk to, I didn’t feel judged and she was very intuitive always seeming to know where to go to bring about the necessary change.
I’m just someone who likes cooking and for whom
sharing food is a form of expression
Jane Unsworth | Health Coach & Mentor
I support teachers to calm the stress that drives your overeating
and the ripples that eat into your personal | professional life
you’ll create healthy habits with food and other areas of your life
you’ll let go of old narratives into letting go of old patterns have had over you
I’ve been in practice since 2004
dieting is the best way to put weight ON
UCLA asserted after 5-yr research of 30-diet plans (2007)
I saw Jane for a weight related problem, which resulted in me feeling more self-confident and making the personal changes I’d been putting off for years. It’s made such a big difference in how I deal with and behave around difficult people.
She struck the right balance, the process was gentle, and she was direct when I needed it. I’m now in control of my eating and my life, which has improved in ways I’d forgotten I loved.
7-Ways To Retrain Your Brain
to change your eating habits
create a new relationship with food
and find long term weight loss