The Body Effect: Discover what’s triggering your cravings and belly fat. Reveal your unique path to lasting weight loss. by Dawn Cuckow
Diets don’t work! How can you sustain your weight loss when you crave food? When no matter what you do that belly fat doesn’t budge?
If you don’t just want, but feel you need that pastry – if all you can think of is sinking your teeth into a donut – what do you do? Why, when you try to lose weight, does your body develop a mind of it’s own and decide it wants the foods you are trying to cut back on? It’s frustrating. You feel like you are fighting against your body. Why is it so hard to lose those pounds? Or keep them off?
Inside you will discover:
How hormone imbalances, low nutrients, everyday chemicals and even your gut bacteria drive weight gain.
Quizzes to reveal what’s triggering your cravings, overeating and belly fat.
A customisable step-by-step process that targets the root causes.
Strategies to reduce or eliminate sugar cravings.
How to find a sustainable way of eating that keeps the weight off long term.
Losing weight doesn’t have to be such a struggle. When you crush the cravings and the desire to overeat; when you change the internal messages in your body so it no longer hangs onto fat, you lose weight for good.
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Dawn knows from experience how hard it can be to eat healthily when your body is telling you that the cookies or chips are more appealing! But it doesn’t have to be that way. She helps clients bring their bodies into balance, to reduce or eliminate cravings and the desire to overeat – so they no longer need enormous reserves of willpower to eat healthily.
Prior to retraining as a Nutritional Therapist, Dawn worked internationally, consulting for clients in Europe and Asia as well as in the UK. She retrained, gaining a degree in Nutritional Therapy and graduated with distinction from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London.
Dawn lives in Frome, England with her partner and children. She enjoys walking in the countryside, trying out new recipes and crocheting with colourful yarns.