• Are you fed up feeling out of control around food?
• Do you struggle with binging, emotional eating and food obsession?
• Wished you could stop with just one slice of cake?
Whether you’re answering work emails while getting a pedicure, operate on a meticulously organized schedule or follow a spread-sheet to pack for holidays- you’ve always been in control. Except when it comes to food.
I often work with amazing superwomen just like you, who achieve their career and personal goals without blinking, yet when it comes to their relationship to food, they feel lost, defeated and powerless.
Trust me, it’s NOT your willpower
You feel like you know how to do it right- have a green smoothie, eat your veg and go to the gym (or a yoga class) regularly. Yet, when those cravings hit, you give in like it’s the last cheesecake on earth. It feels like an autopilot takes over.
It’s OK, there’s nothing to be ashamed of. You and me, we both know that you have the willpower of an Olympic gymnast, but around food, it feels like someone flicks the switch and the ‘all or nothing’ attitude gets the better of you!
Right now you:
Swing from days of ‘being good’ to days of ‘complete blowout’
Have more diet, weight loss and nutrition books than WHSmith
Lie awake at night worrying about Reece’s pieces you ate before bed
Self- medicate with food when anxious, stressed or lonely and reward yourself when ‘things are good’
Worry about weight spiralling out of control if you let go of diets, scales and kcal counting.
Oh yes, I know exactly what it’s like. Feeling like you’re going against your values and feeling inauthentic. If only you had the willpower to just stop… But if it was that simple, would you still be stuck in the same cycle?
I’m a living example that it is possible to go from a completely chaotic relationship with food and a daily battle with your body to living a happy, healthy and mindful life as an intuitive eater. And guess what, it all started with ditching my scale for good.
Equipped with my Nutritional Therapist (DipCNM, BANT, CNHC) knowledge, personal experiences and years of coaching women to stop fighting food, I am confident that my approach can also help you trust yourself around food, in any situation.
I’m really easy-going, supportive and genuine with ladies that I work with. Getting to work with amazing women like you is part of why I do what I do.
If you’re ready to break the cycle and create the freedom around food, you’re in the right place.
Imagine what it would feel like to:
Eat when you’re hungry, stop when you’re full and leave food on the plate
Never binge on those doughnuts again
Use food as fuel, instead of a reward or coping mechanism
Feel excited about going out to eat, knowing you can trust yourself and be present
Wake up excited and inspired of what the day has to offer, rather than dread and guilt about trying on those jeans
‘The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results’.
I see you. You had enough of being in the food obsession cycle and you want out. You’re an action- taker and this is the perfect time for you to change your food relationship for good. Not next year, next summer or even ‘after the holiday’, you can start right NOW.
You have already tried various diets, plans and even alternative therapies to fix this, yet nothing has quite worked. Insightful and thought-provoking, yet still left confused, without any PRACTICAL steps to action now.
My signature approach Food Peace helps women ditch emotional eating, enjoy that ONE slice of cake with no guilt and never worry about weight spiralling out of control.
If you find yourself completely overwhelmed, fed up with your food habits, yet unsure how to change them, I’d love you to sign up for my Food Peace Roadmap session.
In the Food Peace Roadmap session, we will work together to:
Explore which nutrition choices are driving emotional eating, bingeing and compulsive eating
Discover a technique, that will help reduce sugar cravings within days
Discuss your goals and next steps to take in your food relationship journey.
You will walk away with your own unique plan to health and food freedom, feeling:
Relieved, understanding there's nothing wrong with your willpower
Empowered to take action needed to change those food habits for good
Excited knowing that there is a ‘way out’ from emotional eating and having a roadmap to finally get there.
There will also be an opportunity to explore whether you’d benefit from working together longer term with my Food Peace Program to turn around those well-ingrained habits and reach body acceptance.
Success stories of women I've supported...
Andrea, 35, Bath
It has been incredibly challenging to move away from well-engrained diet mentality, calorie counting and control, but within just a few sessions with Milda I understood where I’ve been going completely wrong. Finally, I can proudly say that I see food as fuel and nourishment, not as a coping mechanism for life’s stresses. Read more
Jane, 42, Bath
I am proud to say I now am a truly intuitive eater and I can trust myself to have only one slice of cake and eat when I’m hungry. My anxiety around food is gone and I have never felt more confident in my own skin! Read more
Louise, 36, Somerset
This journey is so much more than just making peace with food…it has helped me realise that I am so much more than just how my body looks like and that I am a talented, loving and kind person. I never thought I would say that, but I feel empowered to live my life to the full and inspire others to do the same. Read more
Dianne, 43, Somerset
I am so happy I am getting closer to the 8th-month binge free anniversary. I try not to get too excited and stay focused on recovery, but hooray, currently my life is fabulous. Life without bulimia is so fantastic, I have better skin, thicker hair, I have more energy, I can concentrate better. Read more