How to Stop Binge Eating – ART Your Life Reveals New Secrets
DARWIN, Australia September 2014 – Nine per cent of Australians are affected by an eating disorder, according to the National Eating Disorders Collaboration.* Binge eating disorder alone affects four per cent of the general population. Unlike other types of eating disorders, binge eating impacts both males and females equally, and usually develops in older adolescents and those in their early 20s.**
People who suffer from a binge eating disorder are in danger of developing a range of health complications including diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol levels, heart and gallbladder diseases and certain types of cancers. Research shows that possible triggers of binge eating include obesity, childhood obesity, rigid weight loss dieting, a history of depression or anxiety and an absence of support to help with building self esteem.***
Founder and director of ART Your Life – an initiative that helps women learn to love themselves and their bodies – Catie Kirke, believes it’s possible to gain control of the urge to overeat, and learn how to enjoy eating guilt free. “I often see people who feel like they’ve lost control over food and what they consume. Emotional eating can be a really common and comforting thing, especially during times of boredom, stress or loneliness. And there’s a cruel cycle in that – overeating often makes people feel guilty, and guilt drives a person to overeat,” Catie says.
“From that perspective, it’s really difficult for people to break free. They find themselves in a place of isolation because they’re too embarrassed or ashamed to say anything or get help. They eat in secret and hate themselves for it. It’s a horrible place to be, and the worst thing about it is that people feel completely alone or helpless" www.artyourlife.com.au
Catie’s innovative ART Your Life Overcome Overeating Program changes the beliefs about food and the body, and revolutionises eating behaviours without willpower, counting calories or dieting. She uses the latest hypnosis and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques, and taps into the power of the mind to remove the emotional obstacles that hold a person back.
“The program empowers a person to learn how to stop binge eating, and set new behaviours so he or she can embrace a healthier lifestyle and achieve future goals with ease,” says Catie. “It works at a physical, conscious and subconscious level to change beliefs and behaviours, and eliminate the urge to overeat for life.” www.artyourlife.com.au
ART Your Life offers many programs that highlight and help overcome different types of eating disorders by providing the right tools, resources and support to create healthy transformations in an accessible, life-changing and fun structure. With her engaging training style and personal brand of energy and enthusiasm, Catie inspires action and creates breakthrough performance results.
Catie has broad expertise as a transformational life coach, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Program) Master Practitioner, Extended Disc Behavioural Profile Specialist, and is a Values Pendulum Practitioner and NLP Trainer. In addition to running her own highly successful fitness centre for 10 years and being the Northern Territory Police Health and Fitness Development Officer for 6 years, Catie is an awarded Telstra Business Woman and has graduated from Australia’s top Coaching Institute. Her signature program, the ART Your Life 7 Week Intensive, brings out the absolute ‘best of the best’ of her expertise. www.artyourlife.com.au
To learn more about how ART Your Life can help with building self esteem and overcoming different types of eating disorders, visit www.artyourlife.com.au.
- Contact Information
- Catie Kirke
- Founder and Director
- ART Your Life
- (61) 1300 784 887
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