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What is the healthy way to lose weight?

Written by | Last Updated 01 November 2019

Reviewed by Colleen Dwyer

The important thing is to lose weight gradually. You should be perfectly happy to lose a couple of pounds per week. If you imagine the effect of doing that for just a couple of months it should excite you. Losing weight in this way is the best way. More importantly, because you achieved it steadily, by changing your lifestyle rather than going on a crash diet, you should keep the weight off too.

Sugar addiction is a key reason for weight gain.

If you’ve been on endless diets, low carb, high fat or otherwise and your current favourite foods are bread, pasta, rice, fries/potatoes then there is every chance that you have an issue with sugar addiction.

Not all sugars are bad – which is why Allen Carr’s “Good Sugar, Bad Sugar” programme has proven to be so successful. We often think it’s just the obvious foods that cause us problems; chocolates, cookies, sweets and candy, but this programme shines a whole new light on what to eat in order to ‘eat yourself fit’.

Whether your aim is just to establish a healthier way of eating, to lose a significant amount of weight, or achieve a significant change in body shape – the weight loss programme will guide you on a journey to do just that.

We do not use any scare tactics or shocking images of the harm that sugar causes. You know all about that already. Instead the method examines and corrects the misconceptions that keep you trapped eating the wrong foods that cause you to not only gain weight but also feel tired, miserable and unfit. We don’t just look at the physical aspects but the mental aspect also. You may be surprised that the issue is 1% physical and 99% mental.

This is the most important aspect of quitting sugar with the Allen Carr’s Easyway Method – as long as we ‘get your head right’ quitting sugar is actually incredibly easy. We know at this point you will find this hard to believe but it only takes a few hours for us to show you how.

Find the right weight loss & sugar addiction programme for you