Turn 2020 around ...

Treat yourself to a healthy and happy year

want to get back into shape and stay that way?

Fed up with constant on again, off again dieting?

Not sure how much to eat and drink?

Want to know how to have a more flexible, guilt-free eating style and still stay in shape?

Want to know the truth about serve sizes and portion control?

Annoyed and frustrated at the conflicting advice from so-called experts?


You can turn all that around. Now you can ditch the rigid diet approaches that ban entire food groups or types.

No matter what your current size and weight is, I can help you get into and stay a happier healthier shape. No fads, no gimmicks.

I am a qualified, award-winning nutritionist and dietitian with more than 35-years real-world experience helping 1000s of people.

Whether you want to lose weight or prevent weight regain, you will find information and books here to help you ...

  • check your food portions,
  • get back into better condition,
  • lose weight,
  • keep in shape, and
  • feel healthier on the inside and happier outside.

You have the choice to have some of this and some of that. No foods are banned. The choice is in your hands.

There are also books and guides here that cover diet and nutrition for weight loss surgery, specifically the gastric sleeve diet plan (before and after surgery) and the gastric band diet.


these are the books to help you ...

See how much to serve

Kids' nutrition made easy

Great value for great results

 One of everything + a bonus

Make your band work better

Work out your protein intake

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it is perfectly okay not to eat perfectly

It is perfectly okay to eat more one day and less the next. It is actually very normal.

It is perfectly okay to balance your food choices over a week and not lock into or worry about daily targets.

It is perfectly okay to save up red-extras (you might call them forbidden foods but I don’t) for a feast.

Extreme food restriction and dieting will trip you up, each and every time ...

perfection demands obsession

All i want for ........ happy whenever

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Trudy Williams, the gal behind foodtalk
foodtalk [est 1993]

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