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Do you want to make achieving your weight loss goals easier?

Our Weight Loss Programme sorts out your body, our CBT Mindfulness helps you sort out your head and our Mentors are there to support you on your journey. 

So, what does a Mentor do?

 

Instead of focusing on calorie-counting, recipes and exercise, together you will explore ideas that help you understand what triggers your overeating. That’s how we are different – getting your mind sorted as well as your body. We’ll help you explore different solutions and ideas through CBT Mindfulness work helping you discover the ‘whys’ of your relationship with food and develop the skills you need to make a lasting change.

Support is free and comes in various ways, and you can choose any or all of them to work out which is right for you.

There are weekly meetings, either in person or on Zoom, mid-week catch-ups via phone calls, texts, WhatsApp etc. with support, advice, hints and tips. As well as Facebook Live events, where the weekly topics are discussed, Private Facebook groups where clients just like you offer insights, encouragement, support and experiences between themselves as part of their LighterLife journey.

And it doesn’t stop when you reach your goal weight.  The Management Programme works with you while you enter back into the world of food, and your Mentor is there to guide, advise and support you – along with the LighterLife Intermittent Fasting and Management Facebook group.  The LighterLife Programme will help you keep off your lost weight long into the future.

All this support is absolutely free and is there to help you live your best life… Your Lighter Life

How to find your Mentor?

Enter your postcode or email findmymentor@lighterlife.com today.

What our clients say

LighterLife Fast Weight Loss Diet Success Story

“I was amazed by how supportive my LighterLife group was. My Mentor was fantastic. Each week she helped me discover the reasons behind why I had been overeating, and how I could create a healthier relationship with both myself and food.”

Read Kerry’s story