Surviving the Buffet Seminar

Surviving the Buffet Seminar

Research quoted in the joyfully titled “Happy Money” suggests that spending money on an experience like a great meal out is one of the most rewarding paths to happiness.  With good company and fabulous food, how could it not be?

Well, it turns out that for many people who are watching their weight, meals out can be fraught with anxiety:

  • How can I stick to my diet?
  • How can I resist eating too much?
  • What if they haven’t got the right foods?
  • What will people say if I eat differently?
  • How can I get out of going?

 

 

The Appetite Seminars are designed to show you, through a presentation on the psychology and biology of eating and appetite,

 

WHY you can enjoy eating out and enjoy food more than ever

 

Each Appetite Seminar includes a fabulous meal in a lovely restaurant, so that you can learn

 

HOW to put what you’re learning into practice immediately

 

 

WHO the seminar is for:

  • If you’re interested in the psychology of food and eating, and would like to learn more about it, whether or not you want to lose weight

  • If your lifestyle means you’re faced with frequent visits to the buffet bar, and you’d like a way of making them fun and manageable.

  • If you’re trying to lose weight, and find buffets and eating in social situations stressful

 

Comments from previous Appetite Seminar attendees:

 

“I learned a lot… the nature of the teaching (learn AS you eat) very helpful”

“Delicious! If that’s part of a diet, I’m happy!”

 

 

 

 

 

The next Appetite Seminar is

Title                “Surviving the Buffet”

Where           Private dining room at the Kensington Arms in Bristol

When             11.45am to 2.30pm Saturday 11th February 2017

What              Seminar presentation with delicious savoury buffet

                      meal & all drinks included 

Further details and tickets are available at

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/delicious-surviving-the-buffet-seminar-tickets-30659241617

 

 

www.theappetitedoctor.co.uk

@appetitedoctor

 

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