TEDxUCL - Alisa Anokhina - Why we must stop ignoring the psychology of weight loss

Alisa is a doctoral researcher in clinical health psychology at UCL who has taught and given talks across the country. Her work covers new areas of eating disorder research at the intersection of the conscious and the unconscious. Seven years of experience in journalism has lent itself to an...

Goals for 2013

A New Year = new goals, right?

I’ve successfully maintained a 31lb weight loss over the last couple of years (with some ups and downs).

We’ve transitioned to a Paleo/Grain Free diet.

We spend a small fortune on food each month ($1400+).

We are dealing with multiple food and mental health issues (gut and psychology syndrome).

Therefore, our goals for the shiny New...

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