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Frequently Asked Questions

I've done the research so you don't have to. And I'm here to tell you that you can literally treat yourself when it comes to your health. Treat in all senses of the word. Food bursting with full fat flavour that taste delicious. There is a 'but' though. 'Of course there is' you cry! The but is, whilst we are waiting for the food industry to catch up with the return to how we used to eat, and they figure out a way of making money out of it, we have to change the ingredients ourselves.In this plan your favourites are converted to body enhancing food. And my coaching helps you with the psychological side of changing the way you eat.

You can book your sessions, subject to availability, Monday to Friday 7am – 7pm.

If you have a specific time you require please email to see if it is available before buying the plan.

No, you can swap any of the foods included in the guidelines to suit you, have the same meal twice or change which days you have the meals.

With the withdrawal from sugar you may experience adverse symptoms for the first few days. The plan gives you tips for alleviating these. There might also be cravings for sugar, there are sweet recipes to help with this.

There are vegetarian options but the plan and my advice are more beneficial if you eat meat and fish. It is not suitable if you are vegan.

The food plans and coaching are advice only. You must speak to your doctor or consultant if you are currently taking medication or being treated in hospital. The plans are designed to help recovery from illness and to improve health benefits.

The aim is to not feel hungry at all. Thirst can be misconstrued as hunger. All the food should be satisfying, so eat things that you like and eat them when you want to. This is not a diet, it is a way of eating for the rest of your life.

No. Research shows that the body still responds to artificial chemical sweeteners in the same way it does to sugar and raises your insulin level in anticipation. This can lead to cravings and hunger. As we are trying to cut out sugar to lower insulin levels, these chemicals have no place in the plan. I do recommend a swap to natural plant alcohols and glucose based sweeteners in the plan, to taper your reliance on sweet foods.

There are dairy free alternatives in most of the recipes.

Moving away from convenience is key to everything I coach. Being ill is inconvenient, so investing in the time to nourish yourself is a surefire way of reaching your health goals. Trust me, there are plenty of quick fix foods. Real food makes you feel real good!

 This can be a problem as variety is key to the success of the plan. It’s never too late to overcome this hurdle. Push yourself to approach food in a different way. Cook a food that you would normally eat in a different way and expand your repertoire, your body will thank you for it.

Changing what and how you eat may well change the behaviour of your bowels. This should correct itself. Drinking plenty of water and eating this way you should find that your bowels will be more regular and thorough than before.

No. This plan is aimed at eliminating gut irritants. You should find that IBS is no longer an issue once you adapt to this lifestyle.

No. It’s never too late or too early to change the way you eat for the better. Our bodies are renewing themselves throughout our lives and so eating for health is important at any age.

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