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When:

Fri 24 Jun 2011, 8:00am
Sat 25 Jun 2011, 8:00am
Sun 26 Jun 2011, 8:00am

Where: Quality Hotel Parnell, 10-20 Gladstone Road, Parnell, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • 3 day seminar: $795.00
  • Additional fees may apply

An international self-development guru is set to help Kiwis beat their battle with yo-yo dieting when he launches his ground-breaking ‘Stop the Food Fight’ programme to New Zealand in June.

With current scientific research now proving that rational choices in life are driven from the primal and emotional impulses part of the brain, Stop the Food Fight works on identifying the unhealthy drives that spark our choices, and works at reprogramming the brain so that making healthy choices comes naturally.

Founder Kevin Billett says that Stop the Food Fight works because it targets the underlying reasons behind longstanding weight and body image issues. “Using techniques we have developed in the 33 countries we operate in around the world, we uncover the patterns and behaviours that limit people,” he says.

Billett’s extensive work in the self-development field and his own weight struggles led him to seek a new approach to dieting.

He experienced this approach first-hand in what he refers to as his own ‘metamorphosis’ when he lost over 15 kilos in 12 weeks without making any extreme changes to his life. Billett successfully changed his relationship with food and now eats consciously and listens to what his body needs.

Having personally struggled with food for 53 years, being some 30 to 50 pounds overweight, Billett says food negatively affects self esteem, self image, fitness, lifestyle choices and health.

“While diets have sometimes brought temporary benefits, you often find yourself falling back into a disheartening internal battle between what you want and what your body really needs - resulting in more overeating, less physical inactivity and another round of weight gain” says Billett.

“This work is not a quick-fix diet program, or a money-back guarantee that you’ll look like a Hollywood movie star in a few months time. It is a way of shifting your relationship with food so that cravings are no longer experienced.”

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