<img alt="all women everywhere" src="http://i.huffpost.com/gen/5135874/original.jpg" width="300" height="35" /> I see tall ladies stooping down, short ladies raising themselves up with heels, flat-chested women padding their bras, voluptuous women hiding behind baggy, dark clothing. How comfortable are you in your skin?
The ShapeShifter, International Nutritional Therapist and Eating Psychology Coach.
Claudia graduated as a Nutritional Therapist from BCNH 10 years ago and is also an Eating Psychology Coach. She has clinics in Harley Street and Gibraltar. Claudia is the founder of www.happyinbody.com where she runs online weight loss and emotional eating programmes. Her specialism is weight loss and helping people feel confident in their bodies.
This public battlefield compounds the nutrition confusion that already overwhelms so many people. If we're not careful, it can lead to a state of inertia. There are so many mixed messages, people don't know what to do and end up not making any healthier changes.
26/05/2016 09:13 BST
The inner-critic can escalate a small slip-up such as eating one chocolate biscuit to be a justification for wolfing the entire packet, or delaying the healthy eating plan "until next Monday". The worst part of hearing this voice is that we generally believe every word it tells us.
11/02/2016 11:20 GMT
Understanding more about our metabolism can make a huge difference to how easily weight drops off and stays off for the long term. I like to think of it as a furnace. It needs to be fed at the right times to burn the calories we are eating, instead of storing them as fat.
25/01/2016 11:10 GMT