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Author: Kitty Blomfield

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How do I lose weight and sustain it?

Why don’t restrictive diets work?

Do I really need to cut out sugar and dairy?

What does “healthy” really mean?

How can I heal my metabolism?

And most importantly, how can I build a body I love and feel good?

Welcome to the WinAtLife Podcast where we answer ALL of these questions and then some.

Each week, Kitty Blomfield explores the truth about the latest diet fads, why restrictive diets never work as well as education on hormones, pro-metabolic nutrition, training and mindset.

If you’re a woman that has struggled to lose weight and/or experiences irregular and painful periods, menopausal symptoms, constipation, bloating, poor sleep, low sex drive, mood swings, and fatigue, you’ll learn how you can restore your metabolism and feel energised again.

Through nutrition, training, mindset and lifestyle advice, Kitty doesn’t miss a beat.

She shares her own experience with quick-fix diets and different exercise routines, and how she finally achieved a body she loves - without quick fixes, restrictive dieting, excessive exercise, or cardio.

Along with sharing her own journey, she discusses the physiology and science behind it all with various experts including Jay Feldman, Damon Hayhow, Kate Deering, Emma Sgourakis, and more.

Helping 1000s of women achieve their dream body and health goals, the WinAtLife movement is all about empowering women and providing them with the right tools and resources to help them break free from restrictive diets and restore their metabolisms by eating REAL food and strength training.

Are you ready to make a permanent lifestyle change?

Are you ready to go ALL IN?

Listen up, subscribe, and FINALLY start winning at life.

27 Episodes
I get this question all the time: ‘How do avoid pregnancy if I'm not on hormonal birth control?’ I often joke and say just do anal it's the only safe way.....KIDDING!!! 😂We encourage women to avoid hormonal birth control, such as the pill as it shuts down ovulation and thins the uterine wall. This isn't great news for your metabolism because you're not ovulating and when you're not ovulating you're not making progesterone. Progesterone is amazing! Its pro-thyroid, it balances estrogen and it helps you sleep.So when women come off their hormonal contraception I always get asked what other birth control options are out there. Many women don’t fully understand the menstrual cycle and its importance in the female body (I didn’t for a long time either). But knowing how your cycle works and tracking it can help you determine how your metabolic function and health is doing. The menstrual cycle is like your monthly report card and because it's not essential to your survival its often the first thing to show signs of stress like under-eating, overtraining and life stressors. There have been many times on my journey when my cycle has completely stopped for periods of 6 months and the rest of the time it was painful and irregular and I had all the crazy PMS symptoms. In this podcast, Jessie and I talk about:➡️ How the menstrual cycle works and what a healthy cycle looks like➡️ What not having your period truly means➡️ Why ovulation is so important ➡️ Tracking your cycle with specific apps➡️ How you can use the symptothermal method to avoid pregnancy → And so much more!So many nuggets in this one ladies!! And the good news is with the right diet and lifestyle changes you to can experience regular and pain-free periods.LINKSFollow Kitty Blomfield @kittyblomfieldFollow Jessie Brebner @fertilitycharting
Jane Davidson is such an inspiration! She's been in our Winatlife program for almost 2 years and her rheumatoid arthritis is now in remission. But she’s also struggled with her body image her entire life. I know so many women in our audience struggle with similar issues, so I decided to sit down with Jane and talk about how she’s come to accept her body and love herself. We chat about:➡️Her personal journey involving yo-yo dieting for 35+ years➡️How she learned to love herself and her body even when she weighed in at her heaviest ➡️How her relationships have impacted her body acceptance➡️Why body image and acceptance comes from withinAnd much more!If you’re struggling with your body image, give this a listen! You aren’t alone and it is possible to love yourself at every size.
I actually trained with Thomas twice a week for 12 months, and I enjoyed it so much! He’s such an expert when it comes to powerlifting. We also sold our NuStrength gym to Thomas and we were so happy it found a good home!!One of the things I love about Thomas is he is so passionate about his craft and he has a methodology that just works. I saw so many improvements with my squat and deadlift technique while working with him.In this podcast episode, we sat down and had a little chat about:➡️Sustainable transformation and why getting stronger is part of that➡️Why technique is so important➡️Misconceptions about lifting weights (including the idea that it will make you ‘bulky’)➡️Why it’s not easy to get ‘big’ or to ‘bulk’ up➡️Why eating enough is so important for building muscle➡️The greatness of the squat➡️ And more!Lifting is such an empowering feeling! I bloody love it. If you’re new to weightlifting or want to hear more about Thomas’s 15+ years of experience with powerlifting, then you'll love this podcast as much as I did.LINKSFollow Kitty Blomfield @kittyblomfieldFollow Thomas Lilly @tombro7
If you’re new here or to the pro-metabolic lifestyle, you're going to love this recent chat I had with Matt Blackburn on the dangers of polyunsaturated fats. It can help clear a few things up and help you understand why we tend to avoid and limit PUFAs (including what foods they’re found in!).It’s surprising how much the fitness and health industry demonizes sugar but very rarely mentions how bad PUFAs are and how many problems they can cause in the body.In this episode, Matt Balckburn and I talk about:➡️ What PUFAs are ➡️ Different types of fats➡️ How these fats act in the body➡️ What PUFA foods to avoidAnd much more!LINKSFollow Kitty Blomfield @kittyblomfieldFollow Matt Blackburn @mattblackburnPristine Hydro water revival powder to make magnesium bicarbonate with carbonated water: code BLACKBURN10 to save 10% code BLACKBURN to save 10%Already-Made Ready-to-Go magnesium bicarbonate: code BLACKBURN to save 10%Vitamin E code KITTY15 to save 15%Shilajit tablets to take with coffee (2-5) code KITTY15 to save 15%
What really causes PCOS & Endometriosis & how you can improve them by eating sugar, carbs, and dairy with Tommo Littlewood.With PCOS and endometriosis, many women are met with ‘go on the pill’ as a one-stop solution to their problems.In this podcast episode, Tommo challenges conventional recommendations. Do you really need to go on the pill? What is really going on? He reveals:➡️ How the recommended ways to fix these problems often worsen your condition➡️ Why and how the thyroid plays a key role in PCOS & endometriosis➡️ The misconceptions about the causes of endometriosis and PCOS➡️ How your diet (what you’re eating) and undereating contributes to these issues➡️ How you can improve these conditions using non-conventional nutrition and lifestyle changes - yep eating sugar, carbs and dairyAnd more!LINKSFollow Kitty Blomfield: @kittyblomfieldFollow Keith Littlewood: @tommolittlewoodGo fund me link:
In our program, WinAtLife, we are all about training and nutrition. But I think there is so much more to it.Many women come into this program - their journey - (me too) with insecurities, fears, and feelings about yourself. And I think when you finally start training and eating right, you become brave enough to face those things and tackle them head-on.Low self-worth is something I had for so long. I’d seek attention from men and I’d drink. It manifests differently for different people, and in this podcast, Hedley and I dig into it and how we’ve both struggled with it. We chat about:➡️How self-worth doesn’t come from the outside world but it has to come from you.➡️How self-worth may start with feeling good and healthy.➡️How we often project our insecurities onto other people and the world.➡️How we’ve both navigated through low self-worth and relationships.➡️Hedley’s books and experiences involving self-worth.And so much more!LINKSFollow on Instagram:Kitty Blomfield @kittyblomfieldHedley Derenzie @hedleyderenzieFacebook @AuthorHedleyDerenzie; or her website 
Are you wondering whether you should or shouldn’t give up alcohol during this process? If this sounds like you or you’re curious about giving up alcohol, you need to listen to this one!Joanne went through a very similar and very relatable journey involving alcohol. She’s coming up on two years in our program, but it took her about 11 months to really get her shit together.In this podcast episode, we talk all about her journey and challenges. For most women, it’s not the easiest of processes (changing your habits and trying something new is NEVER easy or comfortable), but once you come out on the other side, it’s so bloody worth it.Joanne and I chat about:➡️Her history with booze➡️ Her history involving thyroid issues➡️ Why she really couldn’t give up booze at fist➡️ Why she eventually decided to try not drinking ➡️ What she noticed when she eliminated alcohol from the equation➡️ The advice she would give to others in similar situations➡️ And so much more!Joanne’s journey is so inspiring. I really encourage you to listen to this - especially if you’re a big boozer (I used to be too and it was a really hard hurdle to get over). And ladies, giving up booze doesn’t mean it’s forever. It’s about giving your thyroid and liver the support they need and allowing your metabolism to heal. Once you allow that to happen, the occasional drink is okay! Follow on Instagram:Kitty Blomfield @kittyblomfield
If you’ve ever been tested for iron through blood tests, it’s time to LISTEN UP!And if you don’t follow Loren, you need to! She produces amazing content on IG, and I am so grateful she was able to sit down and share her amazing knowledge with our audience.In this episode, Loren reveals why the marker for iron blood tests is inaccurate and so much more. We break down a ton of myths and discuss what most of us are getting wrong when it comes to iron.We chat about:➡️ Why iron supplements may be creating worse problems for you➡️ The importance of including animal foods in your diet➡️ How iron is utilized in the body and what can go wrong➡️ How vitamin A plays a role in iron utilization➡️ Pro-metabolic foods Loren recommends and why.Follow on Instagram:Kitty Blomfield @kittyblomfieldLoren De La Cruz @innatefunctionalnutrition
I sat down and had a GREAT chat with Jay Feldman, an independent health researcher and health coach who runs The Energy Balance Podcast, the other day. He’s a huge supporter of this way of eating and doing life. Jay has also had an interesting journey of discovering how to best fuel his body to achieve optimal results. It’s SO relatable for many of us who are on this journey or have been through similar. But we don’t stop the discussion there!In this episode, we also discuss:➡️ Why you won’t achieve results on a 1200-calorie diet➡️ The binge-restrict cycle➡️Why you need to get out of the quick-fix mindset➡️ How stress and anxiety impacts your body and weight loss goals➡️ How drinking heaps of water may actually be increasing your body’s stress response➡️ Why sugar contributes to a high functioning metabolismUltimately, living your best life starts with nutrition. You can also listen to this on The Winatlife podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcast, Stitcher, and iHeart Radio by searching for The Winatlife Podcast.Ready to break free from restrictive diets, restore your metabolism and build a body you love sustainably? It's nearly time for our next Break Free Challenge! Click on the link below and register for the free info session 👇 everyone who registers will also get a copy of my free Crush your sugar cravings guide. on Instagram:Kitty Blomfield @kittyblomfieldJay Feldman @jfwellness
Ladies… this podcast will flip your views around training for fat loss.SPOILER: Cardio is not the answer!!In this podcast episode, Craig and I talk with Damon Hayhow, President of Recomp, Australian Ambassador to the ISSN, and powerlifting and bodybuilding champion. We discuss getting strong and how you can achieve a toned and athletic body WITHOUT CARDIO. And it is jam-packed with nuggets that you can take away and apply to your training regime.We chat about:➡️ Why cardio isn’t going to help you look like you want to look➡️ How eating more food and not doing cardio leads to fat loss➡️ The most important exercises you should be doing➡️ What good technique/form really is➡️ Why a low carb diet might be throwing a wrench in your training➡️ Why being consistent is critical to your success➡️ The two variables (the weights you lift and the food you eat) you should be measuring and whyAnd so much more!Damon has heaps of knowledge and experience. It’s incredible, and you won’t want to miss this. You can also listen to this on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcast, Stitcher and iHeart Radio. Just search The Winatlife Podcast and look for episode 18 ✨And if you're ready to get started now click on the link in my bio and grab my FREE Metabolic Booster guide. It has a strength training program you can do at home or the gym, link below ⬇️ on Instagram:Kitty Blomfield @kittyblomfieldDamon Hayhow @damonhayhow
THE TRUTH ABOUT SUGARIt’s been a hot minute since Kate Deering and I have sat down and discussed the factors contributing to a high-functioning metabolism. So, we finally caught up and recorded this new podcast episode.Kate Deering is a Holistic Lifestyle and Exercise Coach and published author of How To Heal Your Metabolism (a book that if you haven’t read, I can’t recommend enough!). In this podcast episode, we dive deep into sugar and why it isn’t poison. (I figured we’d dig up this topic again for new followers and as a friendly reminder that sugar isn’t all bad.)We chat about:➡️ WHEN and WHY sugar became the demon it’s considered by many today.➡️WHAT types of sugar are good for you and your metabolism.➡️Why sugar is necessary for optimal function and health.➡️ How sugar can actually help combat stress.➡️ The misconceptions about sugar and diabetes.➡️ And so much more!With sugar, you just feel better and function better. You also might get a little sweeter!Follow on Instagram:Kitty Blomfield @kittyblomfieldKate Deering @katedeeringfitness
What causes menopausal symptoms and weight gain and how you can improve them without HRTDo you have any other following menopausal symptoms?➡️ hot flashes➡️ weight gain➡️ insomnia➡️ night sweatsIf YES, this episode is for you. Keith Littlewood has been in the health and fitness industry for 20+ years. He’s worked for various organizations as a trainer and has his masters in Endocrinology. He offers insight into what’s happening beneath the surface in terms of your hormones and the body’s functions during menopause.In this podcast episode, Keith and I reveal why menopausal symptoms are NOT normal.We chat about the role of progesterone and thyroid hormone when it comes to menopause, as well as what contributes to estrogen dominance and related issues. He also talks about what you can do to rebalance your hormones and reduce your menopausal symptoms without hormone replacement therapy. Hot flashes and a lack of sleep don’t have to be your new norm!This week we hit 30K followers on Instagram so to celebrate and thank you for your support we are taking $30 off the enrollment cost for our Break Free Basics program. That means you get lifetime access to this amazing program for a one-off payment of $49. Click on the link below for all the details and don't forget this special finishes Sunday 30th August. LINKS on InstagramKitty Blomfield: @kittyblomfieldKeith Littlewood: @tommolittlewood
I get this question all the time from women. They ask why cellulite happens and how they can get rid of it.And I know it’s possible to get rid of it because we’ve had women in our program who have done just that.SWIPE ACROSS to see an example of this ➡️⁣⁣⁣In this podcast episode, I talk to Emma Sgourakis, my good friend, nutritionist, and the co-founder of @saturee_officail, about why cellulite happens and how you can get rid of it. Cellulite happens when the tissue becomes more permeable. This means the cells become leaky and lose their structure.This is often because of estrogen dominance.You can become estrogen dominant from not eating enough, not eating enough of the RIGHT foods, from stress, overexercising, and more. For example, if you don’t get enough Vitamin A or enough calories in your diet, your body is unable to make progesterone which balances estrogen so you end up estrogen dominant.In this state, the body doesn’t heal well. Estradiol, a certain type of estrogen, increased fat cells and causes fibroblasts, the cell that synthesizes the structural matrix, to become ineffective. This means you end up predisposed to edema, leakiness, rigidity, and nonfunctional cells, and that tissue sits in pockets, particularly around the thighs and bums where you have that dimply look of cellulite.Easy ways to reduce estrogen dominance is by:➡️ eating the carrot salad daily.➡️ eating MORE food.➡️ reducing PUFAs (swap out cooking oils for butter, ghee etc).➡️ eat more frequently (every 3-4 hours).➡️ consume sugar and salts (salt helps reduce excess estrogen).➡️ eat more gelatine- containing foods, like bone broth and collagen.If you want to learn more about estrogen and its impact on cellulite, check out the whole podcast where Emma and I dig into all the nitty-gritty details. 
😢Many women suffer from eating disorders, or binge-purge cycling, but they just don’t talk about it. A lot of these women keep it a secret due to the guilt and shame associated with it.Sonia Bridgewater used to be one of those women.Sonia is 46 years old, married, with 3 boys - all of whom have special needs. I admire her a lot.From the age of 9, Sonia has been in a constant battle with food. It started with anorexia. She had been sick and lost a few kilograms. When a boy made a comment about liking her bum in her jeans after being sick, she started restricting her food. She’d have secret binges then throw up afterwards.Food began to consume her life. It was a prison she couldn’t escape. She also started over-exercising. At 16 years old, she started seeing counsellors about it. But the cycle continued. She became a functioning bulimic where she would binge and purge a couple of times a week. She also tried various diets including carb cycling, paleo, high fat, high protein, no carbs, green juices, soup diets, and more.At her lowest, she was 37 kilograms. Today, Sonia has been in WAL for 18 months. She was tired of feeling weak and having food control her life. Originally, she joined to have more direction when it came to her training. But she discovered it to be so much more than that…Since joining WAL, Sonia:➡️ Is now 62 kgs➡️ Sleeps through the night➡️ Has more energy➡️ Has better skin➡️ And generally, feels better.She no longer purges or experiences binging episodes. Sonia says understanding her nutrition and mindset had a lot to do with that. She says,“It’s never too late to write a new book.”It’s entirely possible to free yourself from food and restriction. If you suffer from disordered eating or food obsession then you need to listen to this episode. Sonia shares her journey and how she beat her food demons. 
I just loved this podcast soooo much!The Strong Sistas, Ash and Sarah, are SO genuine and honest about their journey. I know a lot of women that could relate to exactly what they’re going through. If you don’t already follow them, check out their page!  In this podcast episode, I talked to these two Strong Sistas about their health journey and how it’s evolved, especially as of late. They are constantly learning and transforming their definition of health - it’s bloody inspiring!  Three months or so ago, Ashley and Sarah started incorporating more Ray Peat ideas into their diet. They had originally been on a carnivore diet (after vegan diets, fasting, and more).  Previous to this more recent change, they had developed autoimmune conditions and stopped having their periods.  They found the carnivore diet helped with their autoimmune conditions and helped them discover a more sustainable way of eating (in terms of environmentally and animal-friendly approaches). Yet, they both still didn’t have their period back.  Recently, Sarah got hers back and they have both been eating a ton of great food in an effort to improve their health and try to get back in-tune with their hunger cues.  On their Instagram page, they show their honest, transparent, and up-front journey toward better health. They don’t shy away from sharing all the details from self-love to what they’re eating each day.  I can’t say enough kind words about these girls! Check out this podcast to learn more about their journey and how they’re dealing with weight gain throughout it and their mindset change. 💛
Do you struggle with severe digestive issues? Thyroid issues or an autoimmune disease?Is constipation a frequent problem?Let me introduce you to Lisa Vaughan.Lisa is a nearly 50-year-old mum, and she has her own business, so she’s got a lot happening in her life.Lisa has experienced constipation since she was born. She had IBS and even had her appendix taken out as a kid since doctors thought it would help. About six years ago and after a ton of research, she uncovered that she had SIBO, an excessive bacteria in the small intestine. She did numerous diets that she thought would help - from water fasting to 21-day liquid-only diets to paleo. Each time, they would work but then all her symptoms would eventually come back. She couldn’t maintain the restrictive parts of them and it had got to a point that she didn’t know what to eat and was even afraid to eat.This started to change when she joined WAL nearly two years ago…Lisa has been a huge part of our community and she gives back a lot in it, helping other women. But she’s been through a lot. As she changed her eating and exercise routine, she had times where she would feel better and then times where she would go back to how she felt previously and be constipated for days.Eventually, when she decided to start focusing on improving her health, she started realising how much stress was the culprit affecting her healing journey.She says, “Never underestimate stress.” She was doing everything right from the diet and exercise standpoint but it wasn’t until she started practising stress reduction strategies and meditating, and truly tuning in to her body and listening to how food makes her feel that things truly began to improve. Today, Lisa:➡️ Experiences regular bowel movement.➡️ Has less stress.➡️ Has more energy.➡️ Knows what food works for her.➡️ Has decreased her body measurements.Lisa shares what she eats, what supplements she takes, the mindset shifts she's needed to have and her advice for any woman who suffers from digestive issues, SIBO or an autoimmune disease. 
Do you have kids? Are you unsure on what you should feed them? 🧐I reckon about 90% of the women in our program have one or more kids, so I get questions all the time where women are asking ‘What should I be feeding my kids? What should I put in their lunchboxes?’ In this podcast episode, I talk to the wonderful Emma Sgourakis, The Nutrition Coach, close friend and co-founder of Saturee about what foods to feed your kids and what kind of foods you should be putting in their lunchboxes. 💛Emma opens up about how she’s managed food with her kids and how it’s constantly changing with them. She says she noticed with her kids how they gravitated toward certain foods, like fruits and even liver until recently.Emma also doesn’t recommend exposing your children, who have immature and developing digestive tracts, to high cellulose foods. This could damage their digestive tracts setting them up for health issues or food intolerances as adults. Instead, she sticks to cheeses, milk, soft fruits, custards, broth, orange juice, chocolate milk, sourdough sandwiches, and other easily digestible foods for her kids.The major takeaway? It’s about not trying to be perfect. The more you force it, the more they don’t want it. It’s all about trying to get the food in and make it as nutritious as you can - even if this might not necessarily make its way into their lunchboxes. You need to look at what they are eating throughout the day to ensure they are getting the most out of their food.
Have you been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease? Are you tired of being in pain? 😩Meet Margie Arbon and Jane Davidson. Both of these ladies have been in our WinAtLife program for 18 months. They are two inspiring and gorgeous women who have overcome their autoimmune diseases with sugar and strength.In this SugarBabes episode, we talk about how they overcame their conditions and what mindset shifts they had to get there. Jane is in her 40s and Margie is in her 50s, both have kids. They originally joined WinAtLife to lose weight and balance their hormones. And they both had arthritic autoimmune conditions (spondyloarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis).Previously, doctors told them they would have to be on medication for the rest of their lives. But it didn’t sit well with either of them. But since joining WAL, Margie:➡️ Realized the big role that stress was playing in contributing to her autoimmune disease.➡️ Has fully come off her medication.➡️ Gained 3 kilograms but lost more in measurements.➡️ No longer experiences pain from her autoimmune condition.➡️ Is eating 2000 calories a day and enjoying real food like eggs, juice, chicken, fruit, fudge, ice cream, and potatoes.Since being in the program, Jane:➡️ Has seen a complete reduction in her pain levels and is getting ready to come off her medication.➡️ Eats all kinds of real food like eggs, pancakes, tomato soup, meatballs, rice, ice cream, and more!➡️ Experienced a whole mindset change when it comes to the number on the scale and healing her body.➡️ Feels healthier and has more energy than before.Margie says, “I just felt really free.”They talk about what they eat, how they train and how they have overcome challenges along the way. 
Most women don’t actually know why sugar is “bad.” Most of us take the fitness industry’s word for it amongst other things.In this podcast episode, I caught up with the gorgeous and knowledgeable Jessica, a Hormone and PCOS Nutritionist who is well-known on Instagram as @jessicaashwellness. We discussed the misconceptions around sugar and why weight gain can be a necessary part of healing your metabolism and fixing your hormones.I’ve followed Jessica for a while and she has a similar background to many women in our program (and me). She’s done all the fad diets from Intermittent Fasting, Low Carb, to Paleo and Keto. While she noticed some improvements in her clients and herself when on these low carb diets, she also noticed in some ways she and her clients weren’t feeling any better, like losing hair, adrenal issues, and not sleeping. Then she came across Danny Roddy and found Ray Peat’s work.From there, Jessica began implementing everything from eating dairy, more sugar, and generally eating more. She then started teaching her clients about what she’d learned.I loved chatting with her and digging into how a lot of women wreck their metabolism (including both of us) and how getting healthy and fixing underlying imbalances must be done first before weight loss will happen. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did ❤️
Are you numbing your feelings with alcohol? Life happens... so you smash 10 beers or a couple of bottles of wine. You’ve tried getting healthy, but the restricted diets and cardio makes life that much more stressful. You tell yourself that you will do better later but you need the alcohol to cope right now.Sound familiar?In our most recent podcast episode, I talk with Anna and Sian about their past alcohol addiction and how they overcame it. They’ve not only transformed their bodies and health but also their lives. They are INCREDIBLE women who have faced their demons and come out the other side. Not only that, but they are an inspiration to other women in our program - me included. They’ve managed to free themselves from food and alcohol, and are now living their BEST lives. From the lowest moments to now, Anna and Sian discuss when and how their turning points happened, and how they have also had their fair-share of failure and roadblocks.If you’re going to take any advice, take it from two women who have made it through the biggest hurdles. They have failed, persevered, and shown up even when it got hard. I think it’s bloody incredible what they have achieved. Their main advice and takeaway points➡️ Stick with it and quit looking for a finish line.➡️ Don’t look for perfection - it doesn’t exist. Instead, focus on progress.➡️ Let go of everything else you’ve been taught about nutrition or exercise.➡️ Focus on thriving instead of surviving.Listen to the entire podcast to learn more about how these two women achieved the body (between them they’ve lost 40kgs and kept it off) and health they have always wanted (plus some). Start taking control of your own path, get through that initial learning curve. Life WILL get that much better! If you're struggling to overcome addiction or reach your health and body goals you'll get so much out of this episode.
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