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Eat More to Weigh Less Workshop

Eat More to Weigh Less Workshop

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  • Sat 28 Feb ’15, 9:00am – 12:00pm


Christchurch Boys' High School, Straven Rd, Fendalton, Christchurch


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • EM2WL Workshop: $50.00


Seeking Health

Do you want to know the secret formula for losing weight successfully?

Have you ever wondered why fewer than 1% of the people who try to lose weight actually get slender and stay that way long-term?

Do you:
- Weigh more than you'd like to?
- Feel like you've tried everything to lose excess fat?
- Try to eat less?
- End up feeling hungry and unsatisfied?
- Feel like you've got no willpower, or that there's something inside you, blocking your efforts?

If you're someone who has tried to lose weight in the past and just gained it all right back again, this workshop is definitely for you.

This 3 hour workshop includes:
- The role of calories in weight loss and how to eat so that you never need to count them again
- Carbs, protein, fat? How to get the nutrition your body is craving
- How a species specific diet can prevent and reverse 80-90% of all chronic degenerative disease
- The problem with paleo
- Delicious, easy recipes using real foods
- Which supplements are critical and truly matter
- Why and how to exercise for maximum fat burning
- The role your metabolism plays and how to rev up a sluggish metabolism
- Why willpower does not work and what does
- The psychology and brain science of sustainable weight loss
- How to conquer cravings
- The role that toxins play and how to automatically cleanse and detoxify on a daily basis
- How to design a lifestyle consistent with good weight management
- A delicious and healthy morning tea

Join Nutritionist, Cath King, to learn an all-in-one weight loss, health, anti-aging, longevity via a balanced mind/body approach.

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