Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Say NO to chocolate contest

Say NO to chocolate Contest is something I am bringing to my blog today. Those of you that read my blog will know I am fighting a long battle with weight. I was given a chance to work with Thinking slimmer and try out their slimpods. Its been a long battle for me but I have been doing well recently, listening to my slimpods whenever I can. So far I have lost 14 pounds since Christmas and also moving more even with my limited mobility. So give it a go and enter the contest, you may win and if not buy one its working for me! Say NO to chocolate!

THE run up to Easter is such a hard time for anyone who finds chocolate impossible to resist because the shops are full of Easter eggs and boxes of chocolates.

Imagine how great it would be to be able to say No to chocolate and break the bad eating habit that’s so hard to control.

Help’s here! I’ve teamed up with Harley Street weight loss specialists Thinking Slimmer to offer you the chance to win a free Chocoholic Cure Slimpod.

A Slimpod is a special recording you listen to for 10 minutes before you go to bed each night and while you sleep it gently retunes your mind to have a new relationship to food and healthy eating.

Slimpod users have reported remarkable results. Chocolate addict Lauren Goodchild, 24, from Plymouth, says: “I was spending at least £5 a day on chocolate and finding it impossible to lose any of the weight I’d put on during pregnancy.

“After about 10 days of listening to the Chocoholic Cure I realised I hadn’t eaten any chocolate for a couple of days.

“I’d had a bag of my favourite M&Ms in my bedroom that had been there untouched for over 24 hours. That was unheard of.

“I’m finding my eating habits are changing dramatically and I no longer spend my days grazing on crisp, biscuits and all the other yummy goodies in the cupboards.

“Now I reach for an apple or a glass of water. I can’t believe how I’ve stopped my craving for chocolate almost overnight.”

Harley Street cognitive hypnotherapist Sandra Roycroft-Davis, founder of Thinking Slimmer, says:  “For some people the problem starts in childhood with parents using chocolate as a reward - or even a bribe - for good behaviour.

“For others, eating chocolate is a habit that has formed in adulthood and has become so ingrained that they feel willpower alone is not enough for them to be able to say No.

“Finally we’ve found a way to help them that does not require willpower.”

To enter this free competition answer this simple question:

How long does a Slimpod take each evening?

Enter the competition

Slimpods cost £29.99 and are available as MP3 downloads or on CD. You can find out more and read case histories at


  1. I used to be so addicted to chocolate! That's why I'll never use any sort of food as a reward for my kids. By the way, thanks for your comment on my blog. :)

    1. Hi camIlle I must say I can leave chocolate but cake is another matter lol

  2. Stumbled onto your blog via the blog hop and just wanted to show you some blog luv! def enjoyed this post new follower! :)

    1. Hi nice to meet you and for your comments

  3. Good luck - I'd love to know how it goes. Thanks for visiting both of my blogs :)


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