"Lose 10lbs in your first 8 weeks...."
If you are struggling with weight loss, then it can be difficult to get expert nutrition advice, when it seems that all the experts disagree!
I'm sure you've seen bold claims like, "lose 10lbs in your first 8 weeks" before?
But what if you don't? Or what if you put the weight back on shortly afterwards?
This can lead to
Truth is this is not unusual. Bored of the empty promises? Well, the Worry Less Weight Loss seminar, and the 12 week online programme were designed for people who have had a similar experience to yours.
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This week I got to be a part of a pretty cool research project down at Westminster University, headed up by Robin Swinkels. Check out the video below.
As part of the project I'll be training as normal, but the timing of my food intake will be determined by which group I am allocated to. I will also have to track my calories and food diary (now I know what my clients go through!). I'll be using myfitnesspal.
Then at the end of the study my bodyfat percentage, girth measurements and 1RM will be retested. So lets see what happens - I'll be blogging about my experience too.
Robin Swinkels is still looking for a few more research participants - so if you are up for it and can travel to London to get your measurements and 1RM tested, contact her directly.
These were a complete experiment, that actually turned out pretty good. It was my first venture into the world of savoury muffins, and let me tell you I shall be eagerly going back to try out all sorts of wonderful combinations.
Looking for an alternative to wheat flour, I decided to play with Gram flour (chick pea flour) and see what would happen if I combined it with cornmeal . As you can see the results were pretty delicious.
Here's The Ingredients
Here's How To Make It
Preheat the oven to gas 170 degrees. Now grate the carrot and chopped the spinach and put to one side.
Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl, (both flours, herbs, salt, backing powder).
Add the flax eggs and the coconut oils and fold into the mixture,
Add the carrot and spinach and mix thoroughly. The mixture should be moist and gooey (technical term right there!). If not, add a little more melted coconut oil.
Grease your muffin tin. Distribute your mixture as evenly as possible, and place in the oven.
Cooking time is approximately 25 - 30 mins (but use your judgement).
There are delicious hot (I had mine with a lentil dhal) and make a great addition to any breakfast table (or as a snack).
Both men and women can suffer from emotional eating, yet we typically associate it as a condition linked with women. But the truth is If you exhibit the common traps that I shed light on in episode CSW#22 of the podcast then chances are that you too have fallen victim to emotional eating. But remember there is no need to feel ashamed.
Emotional eating is classified as a clinical condittion, and if its something that you struggle with its worth seeking out professional help. Wherever you are on the spectrum there are some very practical things you can do to help overcome emotional eating. Listen to episode CSW#022 of the CJ Sends Word podcast to discover more.