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When it comes to losing weight, there’s a baffling amount of information available.
Eat less fat, eat less carbs, reduce calories, don’t drink – it’s no wonder that the world is full of yo-yo dieters.
Most people have been on that cycle of sticking to the latest eating plan and losing a few pounds only to find that they then give up and put that weight back on – with a bit more besides.
It’s a problem that Dr Aria Campbell-Danesh is only too aware of – and something he is now setting out to change.
Dr Aria is a behaviour change psychologist and creator of the FIT (Focused Intergrative Training) method. A specialist in weight loss maintenance, he has helped numerous people – including Hollywood actresses and sporting stars – to take on board the lifestyle changes to help lose weight and keep it off.
“Any diet will work in the short-term,” he said.
“People lose weight and start to feel better about themselves. But then they realise that the diet isn’t sustainable, have an emotional set back or lose motivation. Not only does the weight go back on, but they regain more than they lost.”
Dr Aria’s FIT programme looks at people’s mindset and their emotional attachment to food and weight loss, transforming the way they eat and developing new, positive habits around eating and exercise.
The system helps train the minds as well as the bodies of those who take part, leading to sustainable success.
Dr Aria offers a one-to-one 12 week programme for his clients – but one Marie Claire reader will be able to have a personalised, bespoke short programme tailored to their specific needs.
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