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The last supper effect

Have you ever had that ‘one’ last blowout on all the foods you love before starting a new diet?
Me, too…

And with Christmas around the corner.

It’s easy to think “I Will start in January”

But researchers have four something really interesting.

In fact, when I was doing my postgraduate research into low calorie diets and Type 2 diabetes,

We found this too.

What happens is that when people know what’s about to happen:

“I’m going to give up all of my foods and detox in January”

We eat more of it NOW.

Which means we gain weight now 

And then have more to lose in January. 

So why does this matter?

Well, sometimes we assume that if we do nothing …

Nothing changes.

But what we forget is that just like small positive habits can lead to long term transformation (like the ladies here

It can also work the other way.

There will always be Christmas’s


Lovely, tempting food…

And the only way to manage this and ditch the yo-yo dieting cycle?

Is to learn how to manage your relationship with food 

And exercise…

Knowing that you don’t have to do it all to get results (in fact, imagine if we were consistent with 80% of what we set out to do?)

I explained more about this here whilst walking to our morning sessions at the studio in this morning

We were back open in Marlborough and opened up our brand new ladies only studio in Devizes today!

Lovely to see smiley faces back (which didn’t take long to warm up again 😆 🥶)

Our 28 Day Kickstart has a flexible start date from today. Specifically for ladies over 40 he want to finish 2020 fitter, healthier, and more toned.

Reply with 28 days if you’d like more info

Matt “ last Supper” Fruci