Emotional eating – all about the course

 

This course focuses on improving your eating habits by building self awareness, which can play an important role in improving both mental and physical wellbing over time. Hosted by Ian Thomas, Registered Dietician, the course includes journaling, practicing mindfulness and making time for self reflection to find out how eating habits can impact you, learning when you are most – and least – likely to stick to better eating routines.  

By understanding your motivation and behaviour you can begin to act more consciously to make better food choices.

This course features:

  • How to make your environment work for you.
  • Four new skills necessary for long term success.
  • Three easy steps to develop control and resilience.
  • The number one way to overcome over-eating.
Take back control

By setting out a fresh approach on goal setting and ways to measure your health, the course will help set you up for positive results. You will benefit from the shared experience of working within a small, friendly group, helping each other grow and develop through the course. 

Course overview:

A 4 week online course comprising 5 Group Skypes and 12 emails on 4 broad themes:

  1. Awareness: developing mindfulness and intuitive eating
  2. Planning: effective dietary planning/understanding the difference between whole and processed foods
  3. Actioning: how to change behaviours and habits
  4. Progressing: setting a path to long term success
A FULL PROGRAMME COMMENCES EVERY SUNDAY

Course Leader
Ian Thomas, BSc RD, PN1

Registered Dietitian and online weight loss coach, Ian has a background in the NHS.  A specialist in weight management, disordered eating and metabolic health, Ian brings a special dimension to No Targets Just Routine® through his experience in mentoring those who find it difficult to manage their diet. His approach is all about intuitive eating, mindfulness and forming new habits.

Ian is passionate about guiding people to a place of happiness and contentment as he helps them to deal with the complex struggle in alleviating the strains of emotional eating.

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