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Emotional Eating

What’s Eating You?

There is so much more to just being hungry and full when it comes to food! Our emotional connection to food plays a big role in what, when and how much we eat. 

We use food to make ourselves feel better – for comfort, to relieve stress or as a reward.  We fill our emotional needs through our stomach. 

The good news is that emotional eating can be overcome, but first you’ve got to identify it. 

Before you jump in, take a minute to think about what emotional connection you have with food. 

Comfort Eaters

A comfort eater is someone who turns to food to deal with loneliness, boredom, stress, anxiety and unhappiness. The idea of comfort food is different to everyone; however, comfort foods can be defined as any food which evokes a pleasurable state when eaten, such as nostalgia-inducing foods high in saturated fat and sugar.

Sabotage Eaters

Sabotage eaters can start out with the best intentions when it comes to improving their lifestyle through healthy eating and exercise, however, patterns of self-sabotage can start to manifest.

‘Failing’ at a diet will leave those looking to get fit and healthy feeling worse than when they started; regardless of the progress made.

Sabotage eaters frequently believe that their habits are due to weakness, but food and nutrients play such a complex role in our bodies and behaviour. Allowing your blood sugar to drop when dieting can result in a ravenous form of hunger which leads people to reach for foods which are high in sugar, saturated fat and carbohydrates.

Delusional Eaters

Delusional eaters often feel frustrated at their lack of progress when it comes to weight loss. If medical causes such as thyroid problems aren’t the issue, delusional eating may be the cause.

Generally, delusional eaters will pair healthy foods with unhealthy foods and wonder why they aren’t losing weight.

There are also plenty of misconceptions around dieting, such as believing that salad with plenty of salad dressing or mayo is healthy or eating pizza with vegetables count as a healthy balanced meal.

Sugar Addicted Eaters

Plenty of unhealthy eating habits revolve around the addiction to preservatives or sugar; sugar may seem harmless in comparison to other addictive substances, but the impact it has on our bodies can be just as detrimental.

Sugar addiction can lead to binging behaviour to avoid sugar crashes, which will inevitably come without regular dopamine-boosting sugar fixes. The more sugar you eat, the more you will crave it. Breaking the cycle can be difficult, but it isn’t impossible, sugar addiction can be a thing of the past in as few as ten days.

Choose The Trainer That Best Fits You

Our downloadable HIIT workout sessions will help motivate you to find the mental resilience required to get to the finishing line and beyond the 21-day programme. 

When choosing a trainer, trust your gut, and choose the one that feels like a natural fit. 

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Our Trainers

Amelia Layng

My workouts are low intensity, for beginners or for anyone with an injury or little niggles, to ease you back in to looking after your body, inside out.

Richard Ampaw

Get ready to revamp your abs. I’m a strength and conditioning specialist, targeting your abs to build a strong core to give you a more erect posture, and overall body…

Rosie Marsh

With a background in dance, my workouts are high intensity. I focus on body conditioning: Strength, balance and flexibility to tone and sculpt your body.

Now Choose Your Programme

Reboot & Refresh

  • 3 hour Group Workshop with Tina to access your subconscious and shift your mindset in a safe group-led space
  • 21-day easy to follow HIITS workout sessions to help you take charge
  • Motivational audio downloads to change your relationship with food
  • Recipes for healthier alternative to your favourite meals to help you form healthy habits
  • 21 day group check in and follow up session with Tina
  • Option to upgrade to membership with weekly support group

£197

Ultimate HynpoHIITS

  • 1-1 hypnotherapy Session to delve deep to access your subconscious and shift your mindset in a safe space with Tina
  • 21-day easy to follow HIITS workout sessions to help you take charge
  • Motivational audio downloads to change your relationship with food
  • Recipes for healthier alternative to your favourite meals to help you form healthy habits
  • 21 day group check in and follow up session with Tina
  • Option to upgrade to membership with weekly support group

£600

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