What's for dinner tonight?

The age-old dilemma of what to have for dinner. After a busy day at work, or wrangling children, often the last thing you want to have to think about is what’s for dinner. It can be even more challenging if you are catering to different palates and family members needing to eat at different times. What is the best way to manage this?

Posted on April 2, 2019 .

Help! What do I do, I've fallen off the wagon?

Long term weight loss and healthy living isn’t about being perfect, it is about perseverance. It is about eating well most of the time and when you do have a bit of a wobble, just get back into a healthy regime ASAP. Holidays, weekends, birthdays, parties, there are plenty of occasions ready to trip us up, and they do.

Posted on March 4, 2019 .

Marie lost 27kgs

I’m a completely new person. I am confident, energetic and so happy. I did have my doubts and had ups and downs along the way, but having Lynda to keep me accountable was definitely the factor that drove me to keep going.

Posted on September 12, 2018 .

Accountability, does it work for you?

Nearly every new client who comes to see me tells me that they need accountability. Yes, most have a reasonable idea of what they should and shouldn’t eat, but if there is no one to report into it can be difficult to keep the momentum going.

Posted on September 3, 2018 .

Getting back on track after a break

I think like most people, I find that getting out of routine sets me up for making decisions around food that aren’t always particularly wise and the thought ‘I’ll sort it out when I get home’ prevails. That’s fine, as long as you do, before the habits become ingrained.

Posted on August 6, 2018 .

Is fasting right for you?

What words immediately come to mind when you hear the word fasting?  Hunger, deprivation, crazy people, not going there... Fasting in some form or other has been around for a very long time, but in more recent times there have been a lot of studies which point to many health benefits which may come from fasting.

Posted on April 30, 2018 .

Aimee's nutritional journey

At 25, I was at the peak of bulimia, was over-exercising up to 12 times a week, and had a restrictive diet dictated by the binge, punish, reward, binge and repeat cycle. I was size 6, 10.1% body-fat, had been ammenoreic for 2 years, and was constantly exhausted and cold.

Posted on March 8, 2018 .