Of late there's been a spate of photo transfers of locally born celebrity's and Folkestone's Lime Bar Cafe featured Hattie Jacques. I was inspired to update this post because of how she was generally typecast as an overbearing battleaxe or nymphomaniac no man would want to be with. Setting aside the over-the-top single gender contribution comedy-writing played back in the 1960's, it must have been a relief to start playing Eric Sykes sister - during the 1970's - in his comedy series. … [Read more...] about Why Weight Comes Back
If you've had body image issues for a while, and feel frustrated at how your weight randomly comes and goes, then look no further. I'm excited to share that it's not you and you're not to blame.
This is because fluctuating weight patterns run quite similarly to chronic health symptoms, and using this Body Blueprint explains exactly what's going on which has very little to do with what you eat.
According to a UCLA study published in 2007 (studying 31 mainstream diets over 2-5 years). If you haven't maintained your target weight following 1+ diet programmes then you're probably one of the 75-78% of people who they found put all the weight back on and more besides.
When you fall into that group yet still find yourself adhering to the mantra of calories-in-calories-out I'm here to encourage you to stop looking at food as the culprit.
Changing this changes the whole enchilada
How often do you feel this relaxed, with vibrant health and vitality? Life trundles on and periodically you try to change things wanting to make the difference you long for, but each time you fail to achieve the levels of success you truly want, deserve and have every right to expect. Then understandably you get more disheartened. There are much better solutions, substantial solutions that make a noticeable difference, and I know because it's what I've been experiencing since I began … [Read more...] about Vibrant Health & Vitality
In 2007 after following 31 dieting regimes, following subjects for between 2-5 yrs, the UCLA announced that only 22-25% of people have successful outcomes with diets, the rest of us not only put the weight back on, but we often become heavier. This startling statistic came out of the biggest weight-loss project the UCLA have undertaken (over the last 60+ yrs and counting, in researching this topic). Surprising isn't it? Here's the announcement made by the Scientific American during a … [Read more...] about When Diets Aren’t Working