Think Thin:

30 Days to Changing the Way
You Relate to Food... Forever.

Hi, I'm Emily Terry from New Silhouette. Like many people, I've struggled with my weight. For years, I wondered why it was so hard for me to even start losing weight, much less stay on a diet.

Does this sound like something you can relate to? You're not alone. That's why I've started a new weight loss coaching service, New Silhouette. Our goal is to help you lose weight...starting not with your body, but with your mind. Rather than sell you a dangerous diet pill or put you on yet another crash diet, we'll give you a framework, coaching, and support to help you recognise where the battle starts - with your thoughts.

In our modern culture, our relationship to food is much different than it was throughout most of history. We no longer eat solely for survival - it's a part of our social activities and of how we do business. It can even be an emotional response. So how can we change the way we think about food?

30 Days to Changing the Way You Relate to Food

Interested in learning more? Our free ebook, Think Thin: 30 Days to Changing the Way You Relate to Food...Forever, explains our four-pronged approach to weight loss. It answers the questions:

  • How does my behaviour affect my weight?
  • Is emotional dependence on food a factor for me?
  • How can I break unhealthy cycles in my life?
  • Why do people overeat?
  • What does food have to do with our culture?

Think Thin: 30 Days to Changing the Way You Relate to Food...Forever also includes some practical benefits, such as:

  • Our favorite weight-loss recipes
  • How our physical, emotional, and behavioural state affect our weight
  • How to STOP emotionally eating and START really feeding your body

To obtain your free copy of Think Thin: 30 Days to Changing the Way You Relate to Food...Forever, simply fill in the form to your right. There's no cost and you are under no obligation at all to New Silhouette once you do complete the download. It's time to change the way you relate to food forever!

Yours in health,

Emily Terry