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Welcome to the Back to You Updates! 

Join me here for my regular well-being blogs, named after my occasional one month long series of shows on QVC UK (last one was January 2016.) 

Please note below all the social media platforms you can use to take part in a support system connected with well being too. Come join us!

 

Let me know what you think by emailing me too if you like, and if you're not on Facebook - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Good luck! And remember - don't just start as you mean to go on, keep going on once you've started!

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archives -

Go here to read about the Bodyblade - incredibly efficient H.I.I.T. fitness device (here on QVC) - plus the full list of Bodyblade video clips is here - incl original blog beach Super6 with Bruce in LA 

Join the Facebook support group Bodyblade QVC is here. - do join.

Go here to read about TOXIC SUGAR in Aids to cutting back on sugar - impactful videos, blogs and info to help mindset change

Go to the TTFLS page on this website to read all about Till the Fat Lady Slims / Freedom Eating system and get links to where to buy Debbie's semi-autobiographical weight loss books.

Go here to join the Till the Fat Lady Slims Facebook group, and go here to see the TTFLS page with tips to inspire.

Go here to read my self-help book recommendations

Check out below on the left for all the archives.

 

TTFLS UPDATE - Penni Rowe's story Penni Rowe, my latest fab success story says – “I am intolerant to gluten, but with all that temptation out there, when I go for a meal out or Christmas food I slip and have blips. This can leave me bloated and sometimes feeling not to good, it makes my tummy unwell, some people might relate. Though I did use to be a Linda (guise of Freedom Eater – see book 3.0 avail online) when I first started the freedom eating, I just couldn't get my head around not feeling full, it was all I ever knew, didn't quite understand…
My skin problem is called EPP - what is it and what can be done? So it turns out I've got a thing - it's called EPP and it's a proper 'thing.' All my life I've had to stay out of the sun, as regulars will know if you recall my blog from early July when I had to report that my 'skin had flared up' during the Rochester Castle fundraising bodyblade wobble in Kent. What happens is that if my skin is over-exposed it feels like it's on fire, even though nothing shows on the outside. Then it starts to itch as well, and then it swells up and the skin gets super tight.…
Why Diet Drinks Make you Fat... Do they? It's certainly been my own experience - quite apart from the bad effect diet drinks have on your gut bacteria - a pet subject of mine (see archive). Read this - When consuming very sweet foods, the body expects a high calorie intake too. As diet drinks often contain no calories (as is usually part of their appeal) the space between what the body expects and what it receives in reality, leaves you in a kind of starvation mode. In order to rectify the space between calorie and sugar intake, your brain thinks that you're missing calories and…
Why Diet drinks make you fat... Do they? It's certainly been my own experience - quite apart from the bad effect diet drinks have on your gut bacteria - a pet subject of mine (see archive). Read this - When consuming very sweet foods, the body expects a high calorie intake too. As diet drinks often contain no calories (as is usually part of their appeal) the space between what the body expects and what it receives in reality, leaves you in a kind of starvation mode. In order to rectify the space between calorie and sugar intake, your brain thinks that you're missing calories and…
Lying to yourself? Eating in private saying 'start again tomorrow?' Read this. Plus Ohana dressage and do Friends make you Fat? Did you ever or do you still , lie to yourself - and others - about what and when you eat? On my Facebook Group for Till the Fat Lady Slims this week, (see tab at top) Eileen my cohort said this - "A researcher into what makes a good liar was talking about young children and how and when lying is used. She set up an experiment where a group were asked to say a lie about themselves. The children laughed at each other, but when asked how they felt one said hungry in her tummy. The conversation then…