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Nutritionist Dr. Christine Fenn advises on dieting for weight loss - emotions are the key to dieting success.


Forget the Fear of Food 

Dr. Christine Fenn, Need2Know

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Tired of dieting? Fed up with failure? Feel bad about the way you look?

Food is not the problem, says leading nutritionist Dr. Christine Fenn. Our emotions are the key to our eating habits. And if we can change our mind, we can change our body.

Dr. Fenn takes you step by step through the process of changing your mind about food. She offers advice on healthy eating and living, and shows how developing self-esteem can transform your attitude to food. Find out what the right lifestyle choices are for you, and learn how to make them.

Practical activities get you up and going:

  • Create your own food diary and pinpoint the emotional needs you satisfy with food
  • Retrain your responses and stop overeating
  • Switch negative self-description to positive thin-talk
  • Set goals you truly want, and reach them
  • Healthy substitutes for fast food
  • Recipes to cut the fat and boost the satisfaction
  • Foods you can eat more of and lose weight

Take back the power. Let go of food obsession and get what you want out of life. Stop dieting and start living!

Dr Christine Fenn

Dr. Christine Fenn, FRSH, FRGS, is an Accredited Nutritionist who runs her own business in Aberdeen. Her many corporate clients include BP Exploration, British Gas and Shell Expro. She designed the diets for the 1993 Everest expedition that put the first British woman, Rebecca Stevens MBE, on the summit. 

She contributes regularly to television and BBC Radio programmes, including Radio 4’s The Food Programme. Dr. Fenn has written extensively for magazines and national newspapers. She is a professional speaker and lectures world-wide on health, diet and motivation.




1 calorie (kcal) is the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of 1kg of water by 1°C

An average (sedentary) woman needs 1940 calories per day to maintain a healthy weight

An average (sedentary) man needs around 2400 calories per day to maintain a healthy weight

Your current weight, age, gender and how active you are all affect how many calories you need to maintain a healthy weight

Tall people need more calories than short people!

To lose 1lb a week, you need to eat 500 calories less than you use each day

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