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How do I change my e-mail address?

If you need to change the e-mail address at which you receive my newsletters and you still have access to your old e-mail address, click here to log onto my website using your old e-mail address.

Once logged on, click on the link that says 'Edit my registration details'.

Then tick the box that says 'My e-mail address has changed' and enter your new e-mail address.

Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click 'Save'.

You will then receive an e-mail inviting you to confirm your change of e-mail address.

Click on the link in that e-mail, and you will continue to receive my newsletters at your new e-mail address!

Please note that if you no longer have access to your old e-mail address, please re-register on my website again.

What the experts say...

"Dear Amanda, I just wanted to write you an email to thank you for changing my life in such an important way. I was an overweight child and obese as a young adult consequently most of my life has been about battling with my weight. After losing weight with a popular weigh loss group when I was 19 I thought I had solved the problem but I was wrong. Post weight loss I could no longer lead a normal life if I wanted to stay thin. I would breakdown in tears every time I had to go out for dinner because I knew it would result in more weight gain and I began to exercise obsessively and get furious if anything interfered with my grueling regime. This abnormal behavior did not help my weight problem though and after a year of gradual gain I began cycles of starving myself, which would inevitably be followed by a binge. This went on for two years with me trying to hide my problem from people. Within 4 years I had gained 8 of the 20 kilos I had originally lost. A year ago I read your book and at first I thought it must be too good to be true because the only way I had ever known weight loss to happen was through starvation and suffering. Six months later however I decided I had nothing to lose by giving it ago. The change has been gradual. Firstly I threw out my scales then I started drinking full cream milk (something I have longed to do since I was 12 years old when I was first forced to swap to skim milk because of my weight problem). After this I worked on being able to gauge when I was full (I never had a problem gauging hunger). This took a long time because I was so used to eating carefully weighed portions. In six short months, though, the binging has stopped, I no longer have a breakdown at the thought of going out to dinner and I have already lost 4 kilos. So thank you Amanda, your wise words have given me the courage to change for good and now I know I will never have to be fat again."

- Hayley, QLD