End the struggle in 28 days

Lose weight – gain life!

Now just €34 (normal price €49)


This new 28 day course combines the old 14 day Kickstarter and Stop Falling off the Wagon courses into one big super course that is sure to get you the results you’ve always wanted and this time they’ll stick! You’re not just going to be changing your diet, you’ll be changing your attitude towards dieting and your body, your relationship with food (don’t think your relationship needs work? see below).

28 days is all it takes to create new habits and change your lifestyle for good!


You won’t just follow an eating plan ‘because some expert says so’, you’ll learn everything you need to know about nutrition, food and weight loss so that by the end of this course you’ll be able to plan your own diet without any confusion. You’ll discover that it’s really very simple – it’s all the diets and the industry that have made it sound like some sort of rocket science.

You’ll learn about the power of unconditional self-love and acceptance.


Most women cannot accept their bodies and this leads to yo yo dieting – trying to make your body good enough so that you can be happy.  You say ‘I hate my body. If only I could lose a stone or two and tone this flabby stomach – then I’d feel good enough, then I could love myself.’ This attitude leads to unhealthy crash dieting, punishing exercise routines and, ultimately, binge eating, weight gain and disappointment. This is viscious cycle is what’s crushing your self-esteem. This is what keeps the diet industry going!


There’s an easier way that’s very simple – start being nicer to yourself!


Accept yourself the way you are now. Say ‘My body is what it is. I accept it as it is. I love myself so much that I want to fuel my body with healthy foods and move it regularly because I deserve a healthy body. I enjoy looking after my body well, it feels good regardless of my shape/size’. It’s so simple yet so powerful. Focus and consistency is all it takes.


This is how you change your whole life in 28 days!

What's included

  • 150 easy recipes with sample menus and shopping lists
  • All the facts you need to know about nutrition, the food/diet industry marketing tricks, weight loss and eating healthy
  • Exercise plan –  a simple beginners’ guide to inspire you to move more and enjoy it. Suitable for busy people!
  • Daily exercises to help you heal your relationship with food and stop emotional eating (the cause of weight gain, the only reason you can’t control yourself around food)
  • Meditations, mantras and other mind tricks to inspire and motivate you
  • Daily inspiration, your questions answered and support whenever you need it!
I’m loving this plan so much and the positive attitude towards nutrition and diet. I have lost 10lbs and I haven’t felt like I’m on a diet at all! Barbara

A holistic approach to weight loss leads to lasting results

Step 1: Educate yourself

Know the facts. We’ll go back to basics of nutrition, which is very simple, it’s just been made complicated and confusing by the diet industry.  Learn about processed foods, food marketing and labelling so you’ll never be fooled by misleading marketing messages again. Knowledge is power!

Step 2: Commit

While healthy eating is fairly simple, changing your habits does take a bit of effort to get started so you want to be committed and focused. When you put the effort in during this 28 days, those new habits soon become your normal every day routine. It’ll be easy and enjoyable.

You must prioritise yourself! You are the most important person in your life. You are responsible for your life, no one else. So put yourself first because you deserve it. If you don’t prioritise your health you’re not going to be able to change it, it’s as simple as that! This course will help you examine your priorities and also find the confidence to prioritise your needs.

Step 3: Stop dieting, start living

It’s a lifestyle, not a diet – create a healthy routine for life, not just till your jeans fit. Eat to fuel your body, not just to lose weight. This is a lifestyle and for it to be sustainable, it has to feel good even before you get to your goal. When the focus is on health, you’ll start feeling the benefits after just a few days and that feels good! We keep it simple and doable!

Step 4: Change your thinking

The diet and fitness industries, along with the media, have brainwashed us into thinking that weight loss is hard. They have turned healthy eating into rocket science (note: healthy eating in the industry is focus on weight loss alone and is often very unhealthy) The truth is that eating healthy isn’t a punishment, it’s a treat. It doesn’t require will power, just the right approach and some focus. Losing weight isn’t hard, it can be fun and easy. We’ll clear up all these false beliefs and through various techniques, change our focus and train our minds to think more positively.

Step 5: Feed your soul with love, not food

Unhealthy relationship with food is the reason why you cannot resist all those foods you said you would never eat again. It’s why people comfort eat and overeat. It’s why people are over weight – we eat for all the wrong reasons. Food is meant to fuel your body, not nurture your feelings. We’ll examine your relationship with food and use various tools to make it healthier.

Add to that a healthy dose of unconditional self love and you will truly start enjoying this exciting healthy lifestyle journey! Realise that you’re good enough now, you are totally loveable. You don’t need to lose weight so that you can accept yourself, you are fine now. If you accept yourself as you are now, you’ll find that healthy eating becomes natural as you want to treat yourself with love and respect because you deserve it. Why would you punish your beautiful body by overeating junk food when you can nourish it with lots of delicious healthy foods that will make you feel good?

Food is meant to nourish your body, not to nurture your feelings. 

The key to weight loss is a healthy relationship with food.

You have an unhealthy relationship with food if...

  1. You’re an emotional eater .You think food will make you feel better.
  2. You are always on a diet and go through periods of being super strict
  3. You see food as a weight-management tool; everything is either good or bad for weight loss
  4. You often overeat
  5. You view many foods as forbidden or bad and feel guilty if you eat them
  6. You use language such as ‘I’ve been so good’ or ‘I was so bad this weekend’ when talking about your diet

You have a healthy relationship with food if...

  1. You enjoy food, mostly healthy foods but sometimes some of the ‘bad’ stuff too, and you never feel guilty for it
  2. You eat when you’re physically hungry
  3. You eat a balanced and varied diet full of foods you like
  4. You’re rarely on diet
  5. You stop eating when you’re satisfied
  6. You don’t really worry about your diet
  7. You don’t have a list of banned foods/bad foods or foods you should and shouldn’t eat
  8. It doesn’t take much, if any, willpower for you to maintain a healthy diet
My beautician was wowed by my skin today. She said it looked like i had about €1000 worth of laser therapy! Told her about this course and how with little effort I had cleaned up my diet. I’m delighted with that comment! Orna

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Just some of the 150 delicious recipes

This plan suits all special diet – vegetarian, vegan, lactose-free, gluten-free, meat eaters and many more. Recipes are quick, easy and family friendly!

I can’t believe that I love making the recipes! I find them easy and delicious. I am keeping up with the positive self talk and telling myself that I can continue to eat and live this way. For me the whole package just worked. Thank you so much Bernie

Morning! I feel great this morning. Hand on heart, I don’t know the last time I woke up this fresh. Tina, you have given me a whole new view of things. A combination of positive attitude, healthy eating and decent sleep and I just feel amazing! THANK YOU!  Roisin

I can’t describe in words how fantastic I feel, it’s amazing! I enjoyed the challenge of the clean week, it encouraged me to try different foods… I was a complete chocoholic but I feel so good now without sugar and I no longer see something sweet as a treat because I know how awful I’ll feel after it. On a very positive note I no longer have any joint pain…also no headaches or breast tenderness this month which makes life so much easier! Marie

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does it work?
  • Simple. You can do this course anywhere/anytime as long as you have access to email and Facebook.
  • We’ll have a private group on Facebook where we’ll post information, instructions, encouragement etc daily (in fact, several times a day!).
  • Participants can also use this forum to ask questions and chat to each others – this support from the community is a key part of the success of our programmes and so far, we’ve always had a really lovely, honest and supportive group of ladies!
  • You’ll get 2 emails a week, one summarising the past week’s discussions and another one with instructions for the coming week.
  • Throughout the course, you’ll also be able to get support via email anytime you need it.
What's the clean week?

This is a 7 day period during which you cut out all processed foods from your diet. You get all the info you need on the first day but you can choose when you start (I would recommend giving yourself 2-3 days to prepare). While I don’t usually advocate strict diets and lots of rules, it is good to be strict for a short period of time so that you give your body a chance to detox, cut out any bad habits, reduce cravings and, of course, also kickstart your weight loss and healthy lifestyle.

You can choose how strict you are during this week. The main thing is that you avoid all processed foods and stimulants. You can choose to eat normal (but ‘clean’) meals or you can do a stricter detox where you just eat lots of soups, green smoothies and light meals or you can do something in between. It is up to you! If you’re a first timer and your diet is really full of processed foods, I would recommend starting easy with proper meals so you can keep it up for the whole week!

After the 7 days, you can (and should) relax a bit and work on your relationship with food while continuing to eat healthy.

What is clean eating?
Clean eating simply means eating whole foods and leaving out all processed foods. Whole foods include fruit, vegetables, some healthy grains, some healthy dairy products and meats. We do not leave out any one food group. Processed foods, which we cut out or limit, include things like sweets, biscuits, cakes, low quality bread, ready meals, take aways, shop bought juices and smoothies, fizzy drinks, processed sugar and foods with lots of additives in them…. All the stuff that was made in factories, that has no nutritional value. This stuff tends to be what makes us gain weight, damages our health and it’s also addictive. You will have lots of healthy alternatives to all your favourite foods so you never feel deprived and sometimes it’s ok to have some of the not-so-healthy things too!
Give me examples of the foods I can eat

Here are some of the recipes you’ll be getting:

  • Bolognese (both, meat and veggie)
  • Frittatas and other egg based meals
  • Flapjacks
  • Baked beans
  • Shepherd’s pie
  • Different stir fries
  • Chicken nuggets
  • Fish recipes
  • Baked chicken
  • Soups
  • Green smoothies
  • Bean burgers (2 different recipes)
  • Dahl
  • Bean hotpot
  • Chocolate mousse
  • Milkshakes
  • Lots of healthy dessert recipes
  • Lots of easy to make dinners that take you no longer than 15-20 minutes to prepare
I'm on a special diet, is this suitable for me?
Yes! The course is suitable for all special diets – gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, meat eaters, egg free and any food allergies.