Hypnotherapy: If you can't stop overeating
"Most people are aware of what constitutes healthy eating," says therapist Margaret Warren. "Let's face it, we're bombarded with messages about it every day."
Ayurveda: When diets just don't work
According to Ayurveda, being overweight is related to the running of your digestive system, rather than overeating.
1 Eat a small piece of fresh ginger before each meal to perk up digestion.
2 Sip warm water with your meal, but don't drink a lot of fluids afterwards.
3 Chew each mouthful of food properly.
4 Leave four to six hours between meals – no snacking at all!
5 Stop eating when you're half full of food and a quarter full of liquid.
Emotional freedom technique: For when cravings demolish every diet
Think of EFT as psychological acupressure that uses finger tapping rather than needles. It relieves symptoms by touching on various locations on your body.
Dynamic yoga: to detox your body and shift your mindset
"Yes," says top yoga teacher Claire Missingham. "Regular practice will motivate you to think more about your overall wellbeing, including your diet."
Choose a dynamic style, such as Vinyasa, Ashtanga or power yoga, and you will find that it can detox and reshape your body while transforming the way you feel about food.