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  1. At 62 I’ve been able to maintain my weight within 3 lbs my entire life. I exercise regularly but now as I age of course the weight has settled in my belly. I have eliminated pasta, potatoes , white rice from my diet. However , my weekend cheat is bialy and once in a while one slice of pizza. I eat meat once a week and primarily chicken, fish, I need help with the belly fat. Oh yes I love sweets but try to control myself to something on a special occasion instead of daily as I have in the past help. I eat much over night oats for breakfast, mid snack sargentos cheese, nut packs. Lunch sushi salad with ginger then fruit for snack then dinner protein, veggie and desert 1/2 frozen banana.

    1. Hi Heidi, I commend you for eliminating pasta, potatoes and rice. It is difficult to tell where the problem might be from a short email. There are so many reasons why you may be having trouble in shedding your weight. Stress, lack of sleep, eating too close to bed time, imbalanced hormones to name a few. Be careful with portion sizes too. I have Guide to Successful Weight Loss in my shop (on my website) which may interest you as well as I have another product coming out shortly that may help. I can also work with you 1:1 if you are interested. If so just email me back and we can organise to have a chat.
      Hope this helps, Jane x

  2. I gain weight very very fast especially if I eat at night time and that's when I tend to eat/crave unhealthy food and sugary drinks which I find very difficult to control myself. I am very active I gym 5times a week and play soccer yet I gain. I love sugar eg drinks, cakes, lollies. that's what I crave most and eat a lot of. I can lose weight in 2 weeks if I control my diet. Diet is what I mostly struggle with because exercising is alright for me.

    1. Thanks for your comment Muna. I know it’s hard but if you can cut the sugar from your diet you’ll the weight gain and cravings will improve. Sugar is like a drug and makes you crave more sugar. Read and maybe consider something like Intermittent Fasting which will also help with the weight gain and cravings. Have a look at Let me know how you go.

  3. I am struggling with weight loss and jus came across this and find to be a type B. I’m clueless how to eat for this. Any way you could give me some advice on this?

    1. Hi Cressa,
      You are lucky because there are a wide variety of meats and dairy you can eat. Meat and fish include lamb, turkey, beef, veal, cod, salmon, flounder and trout. Some the more mainstream meats and fish to avoid are chicken, octopus, anchovies, shrimp, oysters, crab and lobsters. You will be safe with most dairy products. Grains you can enjoy are spelt, rice, oatmeal and millet. Those to avoid are unfortunately the more obvious like wheat, rye, barley and corn. Eat leafy green vegetables, pineapples, bananas, cranberries and plums but avoid beans, nuts, soy products, tomatoes, artichokes, avocados, olives (olive oil is okay), pumpkin, coconuts, pomegranates and rhubarb.
      As to what you can make: breakfast could be oatmeal with milk or rice pudding, lunch a salad with a nice cheese and olive oil vinaigrette; dinner meat and vegetables, snacks; yoghurt with fruit, avoid sugary yoghurts and opt for natural greek with maybe a little maple syrup to sweeten. If you are trying to lose weight I can offer you 1:1 support. If you are interested please feel free to e-mail me.

    1. Hi Lolita,

      There are many foods you can choose to enjoy in this category. For your protein consider salmon, eggs, pork, chicken breast. Your carbs can come from whole grains, vegetables, nuts, fruits and the fat could be olive oil, perhaps a homemade mayo made from macadamia, avocado or olive oil, avocado, nuts and of course there are good fats in some of the proteins I mentioned such as the salmon. I hope this helps.

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