So we’ve made it to the end of 2017 and now, after the usual surfeit of Christmas eating, all thoughts seem to turn to diets. You can’t open a newspaper, read a magazine, watch ‘the box’ or surf the web without being bombarded with the latest ‘amazing diet’ as recommended by so and so.
So we’ve all had them, many recognise they could well happen again – ‘mess-ups’ whether they be binge, thoughtless, not-mindful or any other kind of unplanned eating that went unchecked. What did you do, and more importantly what should you do, when this happens? Read on for some brilliant advice from my friend Dr Connie
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