The​ ​‘do​ ​what​ ​you​ ​dislike’​ ​theory​ ​of​ ​success

Marisa PeerAddictions, Anxiety and Depression, Confidence and Self Esteem, Marisa Peer, Personal Development, Relationships, Weight Loss

As I’ve spent so much time working with all kinds of people, I always get asked: “what makes a successful person stick to their goals?” The answer is that they will always do what they hate or do what they don’t want to do to reach their goals, whereas people who don’t succeed often seem to give up their goals … Read More

How to Stop Craving Sugar with Marisa Peer

Marisa PeerWeight Loss

How to Stop Craving Sugar

How to stop craving sugar is a question many people ask…. How to stop craving sugar is a question I get asked many times, this article may help understand how and why we crave sugars and what we can do to combat these cravings. Sugar is a chemical, it is bleached, processed and manufactured in a refinery and has no … Read More

Food Pyramid is a Big Fat Lie

Marisa PeerWeight Loss

Food Pyramid - Cereals

I totally disagree with the food pyramid; it is so wrong and needs to be turned on its head. I can only imagine it was invented by cereal producers. There are NO human dietary requirements for grains and yet they are at the top of the food pyramid. Who put them there? Certainly not mother nature. Food manufacturers invented the … Read More

Hypnosis Weight-Loss – Marisa in The Telegraph

Marisa PeerHypnotic Weight Control

hypnosis weight loss

Hypnosis Weight loss for Anna Richardson was a hit Hypnosis weight loss– Hypnosis is the most effective way to lose weight and keep it off forever and unlike other methods the right hypnosis makes it all so easy. In this interview with The Telegraph, the lovely Anna Richardson talks about how she lost over two and a half stone and … Read More

Losing 3 Stone- Marisa Peer Success Story

Marisa PeerWeight Loss

Losing 3 stone– Jacqueline tells her story One of the best parts of my job is hearing feedback from all the people I help. Hardly a week goes by where I don’t get a tweet, email, or Facebook message from a reader, fan, or follower telling me about the amazing progress they’ve made in their life—whether it be weight loss, depression, … Read More

Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies

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  Gluten Free Treat Around this time of year, the bevy of Christmas parties and celebrations can mean that you’re asked to bring something to an event at short notice. This recipe for gluten free peanut butter cookies is so incredibly easy, and you’ll be surprised how well the texture works—it’s hard to believe when you’re eating them that they’re … Read More

Pasta Substitutes – Not All Grains Are Created Equal

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PASTA SUBSTITUTES

Pasta Substitutes by Marisa Peer When you follow a diet that is low in carbs and free of wheat, you can sometimes find yourself craving carbs. While making sure your diet is full of high quality fats and proteins (like those found in meats, nuts, eggs and omega-rich oils) and fruits and vegetables is important in making sure you keep … Read More

Gluten Free Treats—Make Your Own

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Gluten Free Treats

Gluten Free Treats Are Better Homemade Because I advocate a gluten/wheat free dietary plan, I so often get questions like this one: “Sainsbury’s and Tesco both have a gluten free range, does that mean I can eat their biscuits and cakes?” The simple answer to that question if you want to stay slim, is no. But I think it’s important … Read More