The Diet Dunces Project | Coaching Call (1 of 12)


On a rainy day in November 2013 leading cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra and I invited 3 self-proclaimed diet dunces to discuss diet, health and lifestyle! From Monday 6th January we’ll be following their progress in terms of health and weight loss over 12 weeks via individual blogs, Twitter and of course on our YouTube channel with weekly Google Hangouts.

In this first coaching call we catch up with the Diet Dunces after their first week of following The Lifestyle Diary and chat about the ups, the downs and the unexpected of starting their health and fitness journey’s. We also chat about recipes, cravings and how their clothes have been feeling. Be sure to subscribe to be kept up to date with the latest videos here 🙂 www.SmashTheFat.com/YouTube

Also, if you’d like to start your own health and fitness journey be sure to download our 90 Day Lifestyle Diary for FREE @ www.SmashTheFat.com/Lifestyle

[two_columns_1]Read Rebecca's Blog Here[/two_columns_1][two_columns_2]Hello my name is Rebecca. I’m married to a wonderful man, George and the proud Mum of two beautiful girls, Alice, 21 and Elizabeth, 13. Oh and have recently had the pleasure of becoming a Granny to baby Lacey.

I’m 39 years old and live in a small village in Derbyshire. I work as a Teaching Assistant at a local primary school and can honestly say I love my job! I’m an avid collector of tattoos, lover of vintage and enjoy listening to rock and punk music. Add all this to my collection of dogs, cats, ferrets and chickens and that’s me!

Read more on Rebecca’s blog @ www.SmashTheFat.com/Rebecca plus if you’d like to get in contact with me you can follow me on Twitter @bexxbe or email me on rebecca@SmashTheFat.com :)[/two_columns_2]
[two_columns_1]I’ve been dieting since I was 15 years old. I’ve tried everything. From seeing ‘expert’ nutritionists, calorie counting, liquid diets to the good old favourite of ‘eating less and exercising more’. I’ve even been prescribed medication by my GP and have seriously considered bariatric surgery. I’ve never had issues with dieting and have always been able to stick to a diet religiously. It’s when the weight loss stops and plateaus, I lose interest in starving myself and not losing weight any more. I’ve never been very active. I tend to start off full of good intentions and exercise regularly and then not at all.

Read more on Sabrina’s blog @ www.SmashTheFat.com/Sabrina plus if you’d like to get in contact with me you can follow me on Twitter @SabrinaCMottram email me on sabrina@SmashTheFat.com :)[/two_columns_1][two_columns_2]Read Sabrina's Blog Here[/two_columns_2]
[two_columns_1]Read Victoria's Blog Here[/two_columns_1][two_columns_2]Hi, my name is Victoria and I am 38 years old. For as long as I can remember I have had a love hate relationship with my body. I can only think of three times in my life so far when I have been completely happy with my body, the last being a couple of years ago. The thing is I love food; I love cooking, going out for meals and I love entertaining friends. My world pretty much revolves around food – when I am not busy working, I am thinking about food – planning what to eat next, what to have for lunch or dinner, what to snack on…the list goes on.

Read more on Victoria’s blog @ www.SmashTheFat.com/Victoria plus if you’d like to get in contact with me you can follow me on Twitter @vic_hudson or email me on victoria@SmashTheFat.com :)[/two_columns_2]