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And here’s what they said about my seminar…

It was perfect; the most helpful voice in a murky world of diets, weight loss, addiction therapies, etc. I’m so glad I did it; it’s really been so valuable to me and makes so much sense. Gillian, I think you are amazing and I thank you so much for this experience.
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Everything in moderation: 2

In our last blog we looked at the standard advice to eat everything in moderation, and why it might be worth your while to question assumptions you make about what really is moderate. Consider, for example, that the average sugar intake in England, per person per year, was 5lb (4kg) in the 1800s and is now around 175lbs (85kg).
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And here’s what they said about my webinars…

Thank you for these webinar sessions and your book. I have to say it's such a revelation to know that the addictive eating has a label and we can do something about it. The Webinar Series is worth every single penny. THANK YOU SO MUCH. It is the first time that I feel a sense of peace of mind that fills me with happiness and relief. I wish I had found Gillian and her extraordinary work much earlier.
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Everything in moderation: 1

Any addiction is surrounded by particular ways of thinking. So much gets said about biochemistry - that overeating is driven by physical imbalances such as insulin, leptin, dopamine, etc, etc. I don't doubt they’re involved, but it’s best to address the beliefs that support the addiction first. Then you get to change the behaviour – what you’re eating – and the rest often sorts itself out as a result of you making better food choices.
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Q&A: Insulin resistance

The Question: Can you help me with a weight problem? I’ve used your book EATING LESS for some time and already succeeded with impressive (to me!) changes in what I’m eating, including cutting out sweet things after my evening meal and cutting way down on snacks.
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And here’s what they said about my last seminar…

I thoroughly enjoyed the seminar and look forward to moving forward with excellent tools. Thank you. I feel excited to feel that, after decades of trying to leave the burden of overeating aside, this radically new way of understanding the science and link between mental and biophysical process of addiction offers a very realistic chance to really deal with this issue for good.
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And here’s what they said about my last seminar…

Inspirational course. Thank you very, very much! Gillian is so wonderfully non-judgmental; this really let us be ourselves. Enough time for questions; they were answered in a considered way, and fully. The course was led well, in a professional but very friendly and caring manner. We all had chance to ask questions and comment when we needed to.
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