natural weight loss

Good and bad food, good and bad me!

By Brenda Rogers / 30 Oct 2015

Very frequently I hear a client explain their eating habits since their last visit in terms of “I’ve been good or I’ve been bad”! The belief that some foods are better than others, indeed that some foods are inherently good while others are inherently bad, has become a well-accepted underpinning of current nutrition lore. In … Read more

Bummer, I’ve lost control of my eating…

By Brenda Rogers / 07 Feb 2014

Are you out of control?  Maybe you are a Carb Addict? Did you know we crave what we’re allergic to?  Or to put it another way, we can become addicted to what we are sensitive to. Do you really have a binge eating disorder or an emotional eating problem OR are you simply addicted to … Read more

Could it be your hormones making you fat?

By Brenda Rogers / 28 Nov 2013

You’re great at your job, you have a flair for helping others get what they want, maybe you’re a coach or a consultant of some kind and your customers love you. But when it comes to helping yourself, hmmm, you’re not so great. You dress well, you go to the gym and you know exactly … Read more

Can coconut oil help you lose weight?

By Brenda Rogers / 31 Oct 2013

While researching fats for my Healthy Eating Workshop, I came across a lot of information on coconut oil.  I’ve been putting coconut oil on my skin for years now and have been frying things in it for a long time too.  But there’s been a recent frenzy on the subject, particularly regarding weight loss and … Read more

Could it be your thyroid?

By Brenda Rogers / 05 Sep 2013

A new client came to me yesterday. She’d been diagnosed at 16 with an under active thyroid and she’d been on Thyroxine ever since.  She’s now 40, obese and miserable.  Many people believe their weight problem is caused by their thyroid being under active, but is it really? My experience tells me an under active … Read more

The point of feeling yuk!

By Brenda Rogers / 15 Aug 2013

Today I was coaching a client who wants to lose weight so she can fall pregnant.  She has polycystic ovarian syndrome.  This is a condition caused by poor blood sugar control and insulin resistance which is caused largely by a poor diet.  Just eliminating soft drinks helped this young woman to lose 2 kilos! But, … Read more

You are not alone & being mindful

By Brenda Rogers / 25 Jul 2013

… you pig out regularly (this is now called Binge Eating Disorder), skip meals, exercise like crazy to make up for your overeating, put yourself on restrictive diets or you use laxatives, diet pills or steroids. This is disordered eating and it’s extremely common, affecting between 3% and 7% of the population and it’s equally … Read more

Sugar addiction, kindness and weight loss

By Brenda Rogers / 11 Jul 2013

I was driving through Sydney one fateful day listening to a fabulous documentary on the radio.  As I listened a massive light bulb went off in my head.  They were talking about sugar addiction!  It was the first time I’d heard it described in such detail with a number of people sharing their stories.  I … Read more

Chocolate, wine and bacon & the 4 White Devils! Part 2

By Brenda Rogers / 04 Jul 2013

Goodness!  Don’t you reckon there’s room for chocolate, wine and bacon in a diet that maintains our most natural weight! I do!  We’ve just got to learn to make them work for us. Back when I had a very unhealthy relationship with food I would eat chocolate like it was my last day of the … Read more

Overcoming comfort eating

By Brenda Rogers / 21 Jun 2013

  Comfort Eating Comfort eating is common, occurring in up to 80% of the population!  Comfort eating (AKA emotional or non-hungry eating) is the urge to eat for reasons other than physiological hunger. In our culture where food is incredibly abundant, comfort eating has become a convenient way for us to manage uncomfortable emotions. Just … Read more

Who am I and what do I do?

By Brenda Rogers / 14 Jun 2013

Who I am Hi I’m Brenda Rogers and most of all, I’m a coach!  I love to help people blossom and grow into who they want to be. Specifically, I help people do that by working through their weight issues.   I’m a spiritual coach, an emotional intelligence coach and I work with the psychology of … Read more

The Risky Business of Self Care!

By Brenda Rogers / 23 May 2013

A favourite teacher of mine, Geneen Roth, has been teaching me how to heal from emotional eating for a long time now.  I’ve absorbed her wisdom into my cells!  She’s a writer and is beautifully articulate in describing what we need to do to find out way through.  I share her wise words, with her … Read more

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