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The Lifestyle Project 30 Day Online Fast Track – January 2020

30 days to change your ways!

If you are looking for real change in your health, eating habits, or nutrition knowledge for daily diet, the 30 Day Fast Track eating plan could be for you. I’ve created it because I’ve seen just how many there are who find themselves confused by conflicting information, stuck in their progress towards whatever health/weight/daily eating/habit goal they have, or just feel that they are fed up with feeling like they do. Is there a better way from a reliable source? Yes! The 30 Day Fast Track is designed to be just that!

What is the 30 Day Fast Track? It’s a month of real, focused change, inside and out, with me daily, with advice, recipes, video demos, live Q + As, guest experts and motivation to guide, support and empower. It includes mindset and exercise to bring truly holistic guidance and progress to shifting into a healthier, happier, more balanced state of wellbeing. It all happens on Facebook in a secret community for your intake.

Make a change for life, not for just January!

With the right food and everyday habits, your body can function efficiently giving you stable energy levels, vibrant health, and a glowing sense of well-being, plus of course, increased resilience to disease and stress, and reaching your happy weight, the weight that’s right for your body.

Re-energise your body, revitalise your health, reboot your lifestyle with an everyday masterplan that revolves around delicious real food! Add mindset, exercise and self care and you have a true holistic transformation. No quick fixes, no short term gains, just long term, healthier habits.

I’ve ploughed all 20 years of functional food knowledge, experience and passion into creating online solutions that can deliver a calmer, slimmer, happier, healthier you.

You get my most popular and effective eating plan. Here’s what Zoa had to say about it:

“I started The Masterplan last week and I am absolutely loving it!! I’ve already lost 2lb and an inch from my waist which is incredible but most of all I’m really enjoying experiencing loads of new food. I never really bothered too much before because life gets in the way so I would eat the same things all the time – things which I actually thought were quite healthy but wow, if this is healthy, bring it on !! I have never tried so many different foods before and I thought I had a fairly good diet! I’m also finding ways to slip gut friendly food into the family’s meals too, it’s great, I am loving the creativity of it all! It’s time for me now. Thanks Jane!”

The Fast Track is a huge holistic collection of what it takes to get you on the right track with the right tools in your toolkit – food, nutrition and diet; exercise; mindset; self care; recipes; video demos; resources; shopping and food lists; and me by your side!

Book your place on the next intake to commit to transformation today!

For the Food Foundation level, CLICK HERE.

For the upgrade to the Functional Gut Focus level with added gut support package, CLICK HERE.

There is also a general free group for all interested in changing their lifestyle holistically – The Lifestyle Project.

T&Cs: Fast Track intakes begin periodically through the year – email if you wish to confirm the next start date or check out the Functional Foodie Facebook page events. Purchases are non-refundable due to the nature of the product and process – if you have particular dietary needs, these can be accommodated by arrangement, so please email to confirm your needs and arrangements, or ask any questions before purchase.

No results are guaranteed – progress and success will depend on your own application of the information and support/guidance provided, and individual factors that cannot be predicted or accounted for in advance/without full assessment. 

To discuss whether this is for you, get in touch and I’ll be happy to have a chat.

Eat to Beat Stress, Depression and Anxiety – Diet for Mental Health Workshop

Mental health is as important as physical health, or at least, it should be! The brain is an incredible organ, controlling everything we do, whether we’re conscious of its workings or not. The causes of mental health disruption can be intricate, and can be causal, situational or a combination of both, but diet is a key part of getting, and staying, balanced.

Feeding your body and brain the right foods and nutrients to support mental health (and the function of the brain, adrenals and gut) is now recognised as one of the single most important steps everyone should take as a foundation for controlling anxiety, balancing mood, and protecting yourself from stress.

Knowing what other factors affect brain function, what to do (or not do!) and how to go about taking control for ourselves is essential too.

This session looks at the what, why and how you can ensure the best environment for optimum functioning, including wider factors and interventions. This is an interactive session, with the opportunity to ask questions, so you leave ready to eat to beat stress, depression and anxiety, and protect not just your own mental health, but your loved ones’ too!

What do previous attendees have to say about this session?

“Excellent workshop, so much practical advice and information. Jane’s knowledge is impressive. Can’t wait to apply the theory. If you’re serious about wellbeing check this out. Thanks Jane!” S. Kelly

“Eat to beat stress, depression and anxiety. ‘ workshop in Plymouth Superb information delivered today by the fabulous JaneHutton. Thank you! Met some fab people too.” L. Wood

You’ll be able to choose one of the three Happy Brain Series packs worth £10 as a complimentary gift to use after the event to carry on the good work!

Book your place HERE »

Terms and conditions: all bookings are final and non-refundable. If you are unable to attend for unavoidable reasons, it may be possible to attend a later event if there is space.

Boost mood with food for better mental health…..

Great news! I was first switched on to the impact of food on mental health at an international conference nearly 15 years ago, and haven’t stopped studying it since. Evidence of those early pioneering theories has gradually grown as research was commissioned. The more research emerges, the more is commissioned, and so we begin to really join up the dots.

It’s really hard work making progress without a body of major scientific evidence, but it does look like a corner has been turned and the food-mental health link is now accepted enough for a real food for the brain message to be listened to. With mental health statistics and the numbers suffering reaching crisis point, it’s not a moment too soon.

See the full article here.

‘Director of Deakin’s Food and Mood Centre Professor Felice Jacka said the results of her team’s new study offered a possible new treatment approach to depression, one of the world’s most prevalent and costly medical disorders.

“We’ve known for some time that there is a clear association between the quality of people’s diets and their risk for depression,” Professor Jacka said.

“This is the case across countries, cultures and age groups, with healthy diets associated with reduced risk, and unhealthy diets associated with increased risk for depression.

“However, this is the first randomised controlled trial to directly test whether improving diet quality can actually treat clinical depression.” ‘