Just a few years ago, food was constantly on my mind.
I would hide in the pantry and binge on all the foods I wasn't 'allowed'. Cereal. Bread. Peanut butter. When I wasn't even hungry!
You see, I knew EXACTLY what I 'should' eat but when I got cravings, it was like I couldn't stop myself.
I felt guilty and ashamed.
I knew I didn't want to spend the rest of my life constantly thinking about food, hating my body - and hiding empty Mars Bar wrappers!
So I decided to adopt a completely new approach to eating, that didn't involve calorie counting or cutting out foods I love.
I decided to keep it real.
...and it worked!
I decided that going to bed feeling at peace with myself was more important than the number on the scale.
...and then the weight started to come off.
Within four years, I had lost 20kg+. But that turned out to be just an added bonus.
Because now, my life isn't controlled by food. I don't obsess over it. I have so much more free time!
I eat well to feel healthy and energised. And I exercise because I enjoy it, not because I think I should.
Best of all, I no longer feel the need to console myself with food and I feel so much more comfortable in my skin.
I know what it's like to struggle with yo-yo dieting and feeling not good enough.
If you're tired of obsessing over food and want to eat and live with more balance, then it's your turn to learn how to keep it real.
Keep It Real Online Program
You can heal you relationship with food and stop struggling with your weight - even if you've been dieting for years.
Keep It Real Program is an online course designed to help you find balance with food and your body - and never diet again.
"This is without a doubt the best program I have ever participated in. It feels like I am getting my life back again".
Australian Media Nutritionist
I love spreading the word about healthy eating as the regular media nutritionist dietitian on Channel 9's TODAY show.
If you are looking for a media nutritionist or TV dietitian, please get in touch to collaborate. Note: As a media nutritionist, I only work with brands and companies who share my 'back to basics' food philosophy!
As a Nutrition consultant, I'm lucky enough to work with food (and often eat it too)!
My qualifications: I'm an Accredited Pracitising Dietitian with a Bachelor degree in Nutrition & Dietetic from the University of Newcastle.
Got a project in mind and need a nutrition consultant with experience and media savvy? Let’s chat further.