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How can I lose weight if I eat wholesome but fattening foods?

I want to bury this myth once and for all: there's no such thing as fattening food. The only thing about food that can make you fat is repeatedly eating when you don't feel hungry. While I'm on the subject, there's no such thing as slimming food, either. To lose weight and keep it off all you need to do is eat a large variety of mainly whole foods, especially vegetables and fruit, eat just enough to satisfy your physical hunger, and do some form of regular physical activity. That's why you don't worry if some of the natural foods you eat happen to be high in fat or kilojoules or whatever.

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"Dear Amanda, Rose and I wanted to thank you for the 2 lectures we had with you for our Weight Loss Practitioner’s Diploma by the Medical Register of Australia at Westmead Hospital.  The lady we had for tonight's class was great...but we want YOU back!  Your lectures truly changed the way we think about the whole subject of weight loss, metabolism, diet, etc - and how clever our bodies are at prompting us through all those things to keep us alive. Hope you're having a fabulous week doing the great work you do, and are loving changing lives one at a time! Hope we can keep in contact."

- Matt & Rose De Pomeroy, Personal Trainer & Exercise Physiologist, Sydney University