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Here’s the Missing Piece to Your Weight Loss Jigsaw….

If you’re anything like me and the amazing members of my Eating Blueprint programme, you have spent a lot of time, energy (and money) trying to lose weight. Whichever option you’ve chosen (diet, gym, shakes….) it’s likely felt like a real struggle, and eventually left you finding yourself in front of the fridge, eating to numb out at yet another failure and your best efforts gone wrong.

Can you relate? If so, please don’t feel ashamed – you’re not alone and it’s really common.

What if you could discover the one question to ask yourself that takes moments, and will finally get you in control of your eating and weight, once and for all?

The good news is, you don’t have to figure it out this question on your own! If you’ve tried and failed to lose weight more times than you care to remember trying to use will power and self-discipline, then you need to join me for my brand new inspiration session.

“Discover Your ‘Eating Blueprint’: and find the missing piece to your weight loss jigsaw”

Click here to get registered – you can watch right away or any time in the next 48 hours

I’ll be showing you:

  • The one question to ask yourself that will finally get you in control of your eating and weight, once and for all
  • My brand new unique tool to instantly unlock your food-related self-sabotage and create freedom in body and mind
  • The 3-Step Formula that takes moments and lets you stop wasting time, money and heartache on quick-fix fads that leave you hopeless, ashamed and more heavy than ever

It’s totally free and I’ve got stacks of new content to share with you, useful if you’re struggling yourself or a health or wellness professional supporting others with their weight. No travelling is required, you can join me from your phone, tablet or PC…all you need is an internet connection.

Click here to get registered and reserve your place.

Looking forward to sharing this information with you, and hearing of you’re a-ha’s and insights!

With best wishes,

Jen

P.s Discover Your ‘Eating Blueprint’: and find the missing piece to your weight loss jigsaw” is only available for the next 48 hours, so don’t delay – click here to listen in and get your weight loss freedom today!

By |June 16th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Here’s the Missing Piece to Your Weight Loss Jigsaw….

God and Freedom from Weight / Overeating Issues

‘God’ and ‘weight loss’ aren’t words that you often see in the same sentence! I’m a Christian and am really excited by the spiritual aspect of the weight loss journey.

If you’re curious to learn more and would like to:

  • (a) come to a teaching event in Surrey UK, to learn more or
  • (b) listen to a recording of a teaching event on this topic

Please email hello@eatingblueprint.com.

I look forward to hearing from you!

By |June 16th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on God and Freedom from Weight / Overeating Issues

Heart Hunger – What it is and Why it’s Important for Weight Loss Freedom

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Hi it’s Dr Jen here from EatingBlueprint.com, where we support you to achieve happier eating by offering a psychological weight loss solution. Today is part 2 of a 2 part answer to a question I get asked a lot – which is ‘Jen, how do I lose weight when I’m so hungry all the time?’

The previous article introduced you to the key step that I learned on my journey of recovery – which is to firstly figure out what sort of hunger I was really having.

Often times we’re eating for reasons that have nothing to do with hunger – in fact my Eating Blueprint approach reveals the 30 reasons why we eat – but to simplify things these reasons can actually be divided into 3 broad types of hunger.

The previous video discussed the first two – stomach and eyeball hunger and today’s video will discuss the third type of hunger – which is heart hunger.

Heart hunger happens when we are triggered to eat because we are experiencing something inside – a feeling, emotion, thought, or perhaps a memory. Perhaps you’ve spent all day eating healthy and then something happens – you have an argument with your partner, or your boss criticises you, or maybe the opposite – something positive happens like the arrival of some good news – and you find yourself eating more than you wanted – either openly, or secretively. Or maybe you’re not sure what happens, but something shifts inside you, and you just ‘find’ yourself eating more than you wanted to or needed to.

The first thing to say is that this is normal and there is nothing wrong with you if you realise you are eating in response to heart hunger. As humans, food has never just been about fuel for our bodies. Ever since we were babies and our tears were comforted by our caregiver’s milk, a connection was established inside us, as food being a route to feeling loved, nurtured and connected. Food plays a really important role in regulating ALL our emotions – happy, sad and everything in between. It is also often a way of comforting from self-critical thoughts we might be having – “I’m no good’, I’m not as clever/attractive as xyz person’ or even, I’ve failed my diet for today so I might as well just go for it”.

The challenge is that a lot of traditional weight loss advice tells us to overcome this by just distracting yourself – and whilst this isn’t bad advice – for many of us it’s not so simple. It’s a bit like sticking a smiley face sticker over our petrol warning light in the car –the problem still remains.

There may also be more subtleties to heart hunger, that don’t make a lot of sense until we understand what I call our ‘Eating Story™’ – which is the inner story we have that gives meaning to our inner impulses to eat.

One of our members Mira talked about often finding herself eating for no particular reason at all. Mira discovered she had an Eating Story – ‘Eating means I don’t’ feel deprived’. Mira grew up in poverty, there was never enough food at home growing up. She had very vivid memories of her mum cooking up the food that was available, putting it in the middle of the table, and her and her siblings having to ‘jostle’ for their share. Awareness of this Eating Story gave meaning to her impulses to eat when she wasn’t hungry. The Eating Story had outgrown its purpose. The mindful eating strategy she found in the Eating Blueprint programme helped her notice when she was eating to get this feeling of deprivation met. She created new ways of nurturing herself and feeling fulfilled, that didn’t always have to involve food.

So, like Mira, uncovering your Eating Story may be a key part of your journey to discovering your ‘heart hunger’ triggers.

In the meantime, I have an Action Step for you, if you’re inspired to try it out. I invite you to think about your experiences of heart hunger in your life this week. Notice when you’re eating because your heart is hungry, whether it’s due to a mood change or feeling, a thought, or triggering memory, and consider making a choice other than food. If you find yourself struggling to do this, please don’t worry, I’ve been in your shoes and I know you can do this when you have someone to take you by the hand and walk you through the steps.

I’d love to help you by inviting you to join me for my ‘Tackling Temptation: Get More Willpower’ Programme!

This is my starter programme – it gives you the 6 Simple Steps to Tackle Temptation, showing you how to unlock your inner willpower using my unique ‘DRIVEN’ Process™ – so you can lose weight with much less effort than you have before. AND for a limited time I’m making it available to you for an incredibly affordable price AND you get my 30 Day Support Plan thrown in as a bonus.

So get all the details over at www.eatingblueprint.com/willpower

I hope you enjoyed this strategy and I that you’ll join me in the programme soon – I’d love to support you there! Just visit www.EatingBlueprint.com/willpower.

By |June 9th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Heart Hunger – What it is and Why it’s Important for Weight Loss Freedom

“I’m hungry all the time!” The One Question to Ask Yourself for Weight Loss Freedom

Hi its’ Dr Jen here from EatingBlueprint.com, where we support you to achieve happier eating by offering a psychological weight loss solution. Today I’m answering a question I get asked a lot – which is ‘Jen, how do I lose weight when I’m so hungry all the time?’

The first thing to say is that I can relate! For years I struggled to manage my hunger and was overeating a lot more than I wanted to for good health.

The key thing that I learned on my journey of recovery that I want to share with you today is to figure out what sort of hunger I was really having.

You may think this sounds a little bit strange, so stay with me, as I’d love to explain!

Because often times were eating for reasons that have nothing to do with hunger – in fact my Eating Blueprint approach reveals the 30 reasons why we eat – but to simplify things for today’s video, these reasons can actually be divided into 3 broad types of hunger

The first type of hunger – is stomach hunger. This is the home of true physical hunger – the signal that we need to eat for energy. Most traditional approaches to weight loss assume that we’re eating because we’re physically hungry and that’s a pretty reasonable assumption – after all we were all born with a great skill in sensing our hunger – because it’s a necessary skill for survival – that’s why babies cry so loudly when they feel hungry and need to be fed!

But fast forward a few decades or how ever old you are now – and you may not be so tuned in to your feelings of stomach hunger – you’re likely eating for all sorts of reasons – because the food looks delicious, because it’s difficult to resist, because someone cooked or bought it for you and it’s hard to say ‘no’ – and these are really great examples of the second type of hunger – which is eyeball hunger.

This is when we see food and it triggers us to eat.

The first thing to say is that this is normal and there is nothing wrong with you if you realise you are eating in response to eyeball hunger. As humans, we’ve evolved from times where food was scarce and we were hardwired to see food and eat it for the sake of our survival.

The challenge is that a lot of traditional weight loss advice tells us to overcome this by keeping the food out of sight, not buying it in the first place, not having it in the house, and whilst there is a lot of wisdom to this advice, it also isn’t’ always so simple or practical to follow in our food abundant worlds! So instead we’re told to rely on willpower.

But willpower is a tricky phenomenon. You might not realise it yet, but willpower is actually a skill. And it’s a skill I’m pretty sure you already have in some areas of your life.

Because I’m imagining that you –

  • Have the ‘willpower’ to resist robbing a bank when an unexpected bill comes in and you fancy getting hold of some more money to cover it?
  • Can generally summon up the ‘motivation’ to go out in the rain to pick up your child from the school gate, when the sofa is warm and inviting inside?
  • Have the ‘self-discipline’, when you’re in a committed relationship, not to run off with the guy or girl that flirts with you at the bar! (Well, most of the time anyway!)

So why is it that you can apply these skills of motivation, willpower and self-discipline in these other areas of your life, but not when it comes to eating and responding to eyeball hunger.

Well it’s often because you simply haven’t been shown how. Until now!

Because I’d love to help you by inviting you to join me for my ‘Get More Willpower’ Programme!

This programme gives you the 6 Simple Steps to Tackle Temptation, showing you how to unlock your inner willpower using my unique ‘DRIVEN’ Process™ – so you can lose weight with much less effort than you have before. AND for a limited time I’m making it available to you for an incredibly affordable price!

So get all the details over at www.eatingblueprint.com/willpower

In the meantime, I have an Action Step for you, if you’re inspired to try it out. I invite you to really think about the difference between stomach and eyeball hunger in your life this week. Notice when you’re eating because you’re eyeballs are hungry, and consider making a choice other than food. If you find yourself struggling to do this, please don’t worry, I’ve been in your shoes and I know you can do this when you have someone to take you by the hand and walk you through the steps. I really hope you’ll make the decision to join me in the ‘Get More Willpower’ programme – I’d love to support you there! Just visit www.EatingBlueprint.com/willpower.

You may also recall that I said right at the start of this video that there are three types of hunger – so I’ll be talking about the third type in the next video. I hope you enjoyed this strategy and I that you’ll join me in the programme soon!

Visit www.EatingBlueprint.com/willpower

By |April 29th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on “I’m hungry all the time!” The One Question to Ask Yourself for Weight Loss Freedom

Welcome to the ‘Why the F Are We So Fat?’ Experiment

 

It's Dr Jen here.

 

Do you ever feel like a failure because you can’t stick to your diet or exercise plan?  Many people do, so you're not alone. I don’t believe weight loss is as simple as 'eat less move more'. I believe that there are lots of reasons why we struggle to lose weight, that have very little to do with calories and exercise. And I’ve found that many of them just happen to begin with the letter F!

 

So the ‘Why the F are We So F-A-T? Experiment’ was born.

 

Join me for the next 30 days and Find out ‘Why the F’ you are heavier than you’d like…..

  • Is it because you’re eating for Fun?
  • To deal with Feelings?
  • For lack of Focus?
  • Due to outdated Fables?
  • Because you’re a Finisher?

Or maybe one of the other F’s I’ll be talking you through from tomorrow. I'm interested in transforming our understanding of 'F-A-T'; shifting our attention from 'Food-And-Treadmills' to the 'Feelings-And-Thoughts' we have about eating and our weight.

 

Each day for the next 30 days, you will receive a bitesize chunk of info about the F of the day, with an ‘Experiment’ you can try out if you fancy it.

 

Why an ‘Experiment’? Because I don’t believe  in more to-do’s, rules and should that are part of the dieting mindset. They only lead to yet another F….(find out which when you join us!). Experiments are playful and no one quite knows what the outcome will be – instead it’s just a game of figuring out what helps and doing more of it!

 

I'm looking forward to you joining me for the experiment and can’t wait to hear how you get on!

 

With best wishes,

 
Dr Jen
 

Dr Jen Nash, (CPsychol, AFBPsS, ClinPsyD, BSc)

Clinical Psychologist

Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society
 

The Science Bit:   ‘Why the F are We So Fat?’ and the ‘EatingBlueprint’ are copyright Dr Jen Nash. If you’d like to share these ideas, we’d love you to! Please include a link to www.eatingblueprint.com, or even better – talk to us about how we can work together. Get in touch at hello@eatingblueprint.com.

 
By |July 8th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Welcome to the ‘Why the F Are We So Fat?’ Experiment

Day 1 of the ‘Why the F’ Experiment

 

Today is Day 1 of the ‘Why The F Are We So F-A-T?’ Experiment!

Today’s F is…..Fables

 

Fables are the stories – both conscious and unconscious – that you have in connection with food and eating.

 

Fables may be said aloud by yourself or someone else in your life (either from the past or in the here and now) –

  • “It’s wrong to waste food”
  • “I must finish my plate”
  • “Eat your vegetables before having dessert”

Or they may be internal ‘rules’ that you have accepted without question:

  • “I have to eat if the clock says it’s a mealtime”
  • “A hot drink must be accompanied by something to eat”
  • “A meal isn’t finished without eating something sweet”

Fables aren’t necessarily bad or wrong. Some fables have been valuable, particularly in previous generations – for example, ‘Don’t waste food’ and ‘Finish your plate’ were useful rules after the war and times of rationing.

 

However we may need to question the modern day utility of these fables, and create more helpful narratives that serve us better.

 

In the ‘Eating Blueprint’ system we have a 5 step process to help you uncover your fables and enquire into their usefulness, but for today’s experiment I invite you to ask yourself:

  • What are my fables around food?
  • Are they always true?
  • Are they always helpful?
 

I’d love to hear what Fables you find! I’m so glad you’re joining me for the experiment and I’d love you connect with me on Facebook or Twitter and say hello. In the meantime, I can’t wait to ‘see’ you tomorrow for Day 2!

 

With best wishes,

 
Dr Jen
 

Dr Jen Nash, (CPsychol, AFBPsS, ClinPsyD, BSc)

Clinical Psychologist

Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society
 

The Science Bit:   ‘Why the F are We So Fat?’ and the ‘EatingBlueprint’ are copyright Dr Jen Nash. If you’d like to share these ideas, we’d love you to! Please include a link to www.eatingblueprint.com, or even better – talk to us about how we can work together. Get in touch at hello@eatingblueprint.com.

 
By |July 8th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Day 1 of the ‘Why the F’ Experiment

Day 2 of the ‘Why the F?’ Experiment

 

Today is Day 2 of the ‘Why The F Are We So F-A-T?’ Experiment!

Today’s F is…..Failure

My guess is that you have ‘failed’ at one or more weight loss attempts in the past. And that you see this as a sign that you’re wrong, bad, weak-willed, unmotivated…. (fill in your self-criticism of choice)

But today’s F is here to challenge that.

In fact, I’m about to say something controversial. 

“Bring on the failure” 

Yes you read that correctly! I think we need to start to re-write the failure script of the weight loss journey. The bit that doesn’t get talked about in the diet conversation, is that it’s not about a pass or fail. Instead, losing weight is a SKILL.

It’s a bit like learning to walk in fact. If you think about a little person you know, it’s likely you didn’t call them a ‘failure’ when they failed to walk on their first attempt. Rather you encouraged them for trying, comforted them when they fell and remained entirely confident that with enough goes at figuring out how ‘not to do it’, they would get there in the end. 

Infants can teach us so much about weight loss in their learning-to-walk journey.

  1. They don’t get lost in looking back at their ‘failure’, they get back on track and keep focussed on the next attempt
  2. They enjoy the rewards of the praise and encouragement they receive for trying
  3. They accept support from those around them (whether it’s a helping hand, or a table to lean on)

Today’s experiment encourages you to ‘try on’ this idea of re-writing your past weight loss failures. What got you off track? Did you:

  1. Get lost in looking back?
  2. Not reward yourself for your efforts?
  3. Not have support from those who understood you?
 

I’d love to hear what Fables you find! I’m so glad you’re joining me for the experiment and I’d love you connect with me on Facebook or Twitter and say hello. In the meantime, I can’t wait to ‘see’ you tomorrow for Day 2!

 

With best wishes,

 
Dr Jen
 

Dr Jen Nash, (CPsychol, AFBPsS, ClinPsyD, BSc)

Clinical Psychologist

Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society
 

The Science Bit:   ‘Why the F are We So Fat?’ and the ‘EatingBlueprint’ are copyright Dr Jen Nash. If you’d like to share these ideas, we’d love you to! Please include a link to www.eatingblueprint.com, or even better – talk to us about how we can work together. Get in touch at hello@eatingblueprint.com.

 
By |July 8th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Day 2 of the ‘Why the F?’ Experiment

Day 3 of the ‘Why the F?’ Experiment

 

Welcome to Day 3 of the ‘Why The F Are We So F-A-T?’ Experiment.

Today’s F is…..Feeders

These are the people in our lives who we may find it difficult to say ‘no’ to. In many of our cultures there are strong narratives about food being a way of showing love and care – particularly (but by no means exclusively!) by women.

So most ‘feeders’ are this way for positive and loving reasons. It can be useful to think about what might be motivating the person, and how to use this motivation so you can both get what you want and need.

Here are a couple of examples of needs that the ‘feeder’ might want fulfilled – that they are using food in an attempt to get met, and ideas of how you can respond.

  • To nurture or care for you?
  • “No thank you , but what I’ve had was delicious and I feel so well-fed, thank you!” Make and maintain eye contact as you respond and use a firm/assertive tone.
  • To feel like a great host? It’s the job of the host to ‘give’ to their guests, so allow the person to get you something else:
  • “No thank you but I would love a top up of my drink/some water”
  • “No thank you, it was delicious and I can’t manage any more – but when you’ve got a minute I’d love you to show me…..your latest holiday photos/tell me where you got that lovely (insert something you’ve noticed – vase/picture/piece of furniture)”
  • You could also try taking what is offered but leaving it on your plate

Today’s experiment is to consider whether there are any ‘Feeders’ in your life (family members, colleagues, friends…) Think about what the food they are offering may symbolise – love, care, connection, to have an ‘eating-buddy’, to say thankyou? If you want to you could prepare a friendly way of saying ‘no’ to experiment with next time you see them.

 

Let me know about the Feeders in your world and watch the accompanying videos to this experiment at Facebook or Twitter.  Look forward to ‘seeing’ you tomorrow!

 

With best wishes,

 
Dr Jen
 

Dr Jen Nash, (CPsychol, AFBPsS, ClinPsyD, BSc)

Clinical Psychologist

Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society
 

The Science Bit:   ‘Why the F are We So Fat?’ and the ‘EatingBlueprint’ are copyright Dr Jen Nash. If you’d like to share these ideas, we’d love you to! Please include a link to www.eatingblueprint.com, or even better – talk to us about how we can work together. Get in touch at hello@eatingblueprint.com.

 
By |July 8th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Day 3 of the ‘Why the F?’ Experiment

Day 4 of the ‘Why the F’ Experiment

 

Today is Day 4 of the ‘Why The F Are We So F-A-T?’ Experiment!

Today’s F is…..Focus

Lots of the time, our eating happens unconsciously  – on auto-pilot. You’re eating before you realise it – your hand is in the cookie tin and the cookie is in your mouth before you even recognize what’s going on. Sound familiar? We’ve all been there!

This is called ‘’mindless eating’ – eating when your mind is somewhere else, and eating for a reason other than hunger. Because the food was there and you picked it up without thinking, or because you want distraction, or a break, or something else. We all eat mindlessly for non-hunger reasons – it is ok and very human. The difficulty when we’re struggling to lose weight is that mindless eating occurs more often than is helpful.

So rather than begin by changing what we’re eating, we first need to start to increase our focus on why we are eating. We need to start to notice the conditions in which eating occurs and ask ourselves, ’Is food what I really need?’ Given that mindless eating is pretty unconscious, this is easier said than done!

So I’d like to introduce you to the three step WHY Process to help you do this. WHY is an acronym  – and it stands for 3 things you can experiment with doing differently as you make the decision to eat.

  1. W is for ‘Wait’ – which is to pause before eating
  2. H is for ‘Hungry?’-  which is to ask yourself, ‘Am I hungry for food or something else?’
  3. Y is for ‘Yes’ – which is to say ‘yes’ to food or ‘yes’ to another need you need to get met

The first step – waiting – is arguably the hardest to do because eating is unconscious – so this step is really about remembering to wait and pause before eating. In the short term, you can find a reminder to help you. The best way is to put a reminder on your dominant hand or wrist. Your dominant hand is usually the one you write with, and it’s the one that you generally use to reach for food. If you join me as a member of the ‘WhyTheF Formula’, you will receive a subtle wrist band to help you with this, but other ideas of reminders are:

  • Moving your watch so it’s on your dominant wrist
  • Wearing a charity band, elastic band, hair band around wrist
  • Writing a * on the back of your hand
  • Wearing a ring/painting nails etc.

Anything that acts as a trigger that when you are reaching for the food you are reminded, “Oh yes! I’m doing something differently with food on this experiment, what it is again?”

Which leads us on to step two – asking yourself ‘Am I hungry for food or something else? Is food what I really need right now?’ The first thing to say here is that you might not know if you’re really hungry – many of us have lost our ability to tune into our hunger because in our modern day lives we tend to eat simply because it’s a mealtime, or because someone else has prepared something for us, or it’s just there and available and looks delicious! I have lots of strategies that can help you figure out your ‘Hunger Number’.

If your ‘Hunger Number’ tells you that you’re not truly hungry, then you are trying to solve a problem using food. You can therefore start to experiment with asking yourself, ‘What AM I hungry for?’ it might be a break from whatever it is you’re doing. To cheer you up. As a distraction. To bond with someone…..

Other F’s in this Experiment will help you to figure out what you’re hungry for, and what problems you may be trying to get solved by eating.

For now, the experiment to hold in mind is simply, ‘Am I hungry for food or something else?

 

Come on over to Facebook or Twitter. and and share what you’re hungry for and I’ll see you tomorrow for day 5!

 

With best wishes,

 
Dr Jen
 

Dr Jen Nash, (CPsychol, AFBPsS, ClinPsyD, BSc)

Clinical Psychologist

Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society
 

The Science Bit:   ‘Why the F are We So Fat?’ and the ‘EatingBlueprint’ are copyright Dr Jen Nash. If you’d like to share these ideas, we’d love you to! Please include a link to www.eatingblueprint.com, or even better – talk to us about how we can work together. Get in touch at hello@eatingblueprint.com.

 
By |July 8th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Day 4 of the ‘Why the F’ Experiment

Day 5 of the ‘Why the F?’ Experiment

 


Welcome to Day 5 of the ‘Why The F Are We So F-A-T?’ Experiment!

Today’s F is…..Fullness

The feeling of a full stomach is very comforting. Often we feel we need to eat in order to get this full stomach feeling and so keep going beyond satisfying our hunger, until we feel physically ‘filled up’.

Have you ever thought about why you need to feel this way? Here are some reasons people often tell me:

  • “There was never enough food growing up. Now I’m an adult I want to make sure I never feel hungry in that way again”
  • “My mum used to show her love through providing big, home cooked meals and encouraging me to eat until I was full up. I guess I’ve adopted the same pattern”
  • “I feel physically stronger when I have a full stomach, it’s as if I feel I can tackle problems easier or other people can’t ‘get to me’ as much when I feel full”

Or perhaps it’s something you’ve never consciously thought about?

For today’s experiment I invite you to consider your personal story of feeling full. Is it serving you, and is it possible to experiment with something different?

Remember, this is just an experiment – you don’t have to do it, and there is no right or wrong outcome if you try it! It’s simply about seeing how it feels and doing more of what works and less of what doesn’t. 

 

I’m so glad you’re joining me for the Experiment, watch the videos on Facebook or Twitter and I will look forward to connecting with you tomorrow for Day 6!

 

With best wishes,

 
Dr Jen
 

Dr Jen Nash, (CPsychol, AFBPsS, ClinPsyD, BSc)

Clinical Psychologist

Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society
 

The Science Bit:   ‘Why the F are We So Fat?’ and the ‘EatingBlueprint’ are copyright Dr Jen Nash. If you’d like to share these ideas, we’d love you to! Please include a link to www.eatingblueprint.com, or even better – talk to us about how we can work together. Get in touch at hello@eatingblueprint.com.

 
By |July 8th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Day 5 of the ‘Why the F?’ Experiment