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As a teenager with no clue on how to lose weight except put less in and burn more meant I would not eat enough calories, and exercised with abandon. I felt like I was on top of the world, unstoppable, a feeling commonly known to teenagers.

Soon, for the first time in my life I was losing weight. I started to feel hopeful, I could soon be accepted, people were congratulating me on the changes. Until one day…. I had to re-evaluate what I was doing and what I was willing to give up to get to a weight I could be happy with because staying the course would spell disaster.

It wasn’t until years later, after I moved from Portugal to the UK, had been exposed to a lot that I realised that weight loss only works if we put health first.

Today, health means making affective choices – eating discerningly, sleeping well, optimised movement, removing toxicity from our lives and managing any health conditions efficiently.

Sounds simple right?

Forget scales stalking, calorie counting, exercising till you drop, paying for meal plans and shakes that will lead you nowhere.

Do it the right way!

I am currently working on a giveaway book that will start the series.

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