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Jul 28, 2015

Lose Weight Without Being Hungry

Losing weight is usually associated with not eating very much and being constantly hungry all the time, which is why so many people are so loathed to do it and if they do give it a go, understandably they usually fail.  The trick is not to assume that to lose weight you have to starve and be hungry. You do not actually have to eat less food to lose weight, but more change what kind of food you are eating.
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By eating when you feel hungry, it will reduce the need to eat more between meals. So if you are literally starving yourself, you are likely to end up putting on more weight. It is far better to eat consistently, but smaller amounts, for example 5-6 small meals a day as opposed to 3 very large meals. The secret is not to wait too long between meals so that there is no temptation to snack which will undo all your hard work. 

Most people snack because they are hungry; they have not eaten enough or have not eaten anything so before lunchtime they find themselves snacking. Never skip breakfast, this will mean you will eat a large lunch and by skipping meals, your body’s metabolism slows down and does the opposite of what you expect and holds onto the calories instead of burning them off.

Eating little and often is also good for people who get a slump in the afternoon where they feel very lethargic, this is due to a drop in sugar levels due to not eating enough.

Eating small meals or eating healthy snacks between meals will stabilize your blood sugar and ensure you do not get that uncontrollable tiredness in the middle of the afternoon, so you won’t be reaching for the energy drink or chocolate bar for a boost of energy.

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Eating slower is another way to ensure you do not over eat, but you eat enough to feel satisfied. It takes about 20 minutes for the body to realize it is full so if you eat too quickly, the body will take longer to realize it is full up and obviously by that time you have eaten too much and it is too late.

So by eating more slowly, the brain will send signals that you should stop eating just in time.

So as you can see, there really is no need to be hungry to lose weight; you are far more likely to keep the weight off if you eat sensibly and regularly. 

Eating less food can sometimes be detrimental to weight loss not to mention your health. A varied, balanced diet coupled with exercise and a bit of determination and willpower will ensure that you lose weight.

The 4 Diet Myths

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The most common misconceptions when dieting is to think we need to eat exclusive food groups in order to lose weight. All this really does is deprive us from the essential vitamins and minerals our body need to function. Everyone wants a strong, fit and healthy body and this is only achieved from a well -rounded, well balanced diet.   

Here we expel a few common myths when it comes to losing weight.

Myth 1:
We should only eat certain food groups.

Wrong. Many diets, crash diets in particular will advise cutting out particular food groups or only eating food from one food group. Our bodies cannot run on one kind type of food, we need a well- balanced, varied diet in order to stay healthy. We need a bit of fat, a bit of protein, vegetables, plenty of water, some carbohydrates and fibre. Even some of the so-called ‘bad’ foods our body will require some of those, if only in moderation but nothing should be cut out completely.  Fruits, grains, nuts and seeds are also essential for a strong immune system which will ward of illness and keep you healthy.

Myth 2:
You can only get protein from meat.

This is not true. Fruits, veggies, grains, nuts, legumes and oils all contain protein. Meat is actually high in fat and sodium, particularly red meats which if eaten excessively is not good for cholesterol levels. While it does contain protein; not as much as originally thought. Grains, oils, legumes and nuts actually contain more. Our body needs about 30 grams of protein a day so as you can see, you do not have to eat nothing but meat to get your daily quota.

Myth 3:
To lose weight, cut out the fat.

Our bodies actually need some fat to function properly; it allows the muscles and joints to work smoothly.  What you need to steer clear of are hydrogenated fats, good nutritious health giving fats consist of avocados, olive oil and raw nuts.

Myth 4:
You have to go without to lose weight.

Women on average should not consume any fewer calories than 1,200 a day and men generally should eat no less than 1,800 calories a day. Instead of snacking on high fat, high sugar foods, if you literally ate as much fruit and vegetables as you could manage, you would not only be satisfied and not hungry but it will have no bearing on your weight. The best way to lose weight is to eat foods as naturally as you can, with no added sugar or preservatives and cut out the unnecessary fats and simply eat what your body requires and no more, you will lose weight, stay healthy and live longer.

Jan 6, 2015

Feel empowered!

Erin Rodwell from Victoria, April 2013

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I have loved having you coach me and after every single session I have left feeling calm and empowered and in control.

You have helped me to see things differently and enabled me to overcome demons that Ive held onto for years! 
 
You're a beautiful soul and very calming and understanding and I never once felt judged or looked down on. Aurelie you have literally helped to changed my life!

Lots of Love always.

Discover your inner strength

Vanessa Fabris from Victoria, April 2013

PictureAurelie’s coaching sessions have been beneficial to me in such a number of ways that I don’t even know where to begin. First and foremost, she has really helped me to better understand myself as a person. It may sound like I’m saying I didn’t know who I was before I started coaching with her but this is not true. 
 
I knew who I was as a person and my values and goals but Aurelie simply allowed me to understand where these originated from and how they are linked to my core beliefs. I also learn how to recognize the reasoning that accompanies my actions. 
 
This technique, along with a number of others that Aurelie has taught me over our coaching sessions has been extremely beneficial to me on a number of occasions and has also aided my decision making. Coaching with Aurelie is like talking to one of your closest friends because it is natural and you feel that you can tell her anything without judgement.

Be healthy, confident and sexy

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Hey Lady, my name is Aurelie, I am a body image confidence specialist for women and my journey with body image, self love and empowerment has been.. well... a long one, an ongoing one but most importantly one that allowed me to discover myself, grow, learn and evolve. 

Just like you, I am still making sense of this life here on planet earth! I have been on a life long journey and battles and struggles as well as successes and triumphs with body image, eating challenges and self worth. 
In short, I went from the girl in high school who was never happy with her body and needed to look perfect to feel worthy of love and attention. Then I became this girl who finally discovered self love, happiness and fulfillment but who believed that those were the key to the "Ideal' body and health to NOW believing that there is no such thing as the "Ideal body" or the "ideal weight", or the "ideal diet"....I have discovered that simply, we are all unique, beautiful and sexy in our own unique ways!