How Online Weight Loss Works

Online weight loss program HeyDay

HeyDay Weight Loss helps to re-train your mindset around food and eating.

Instead of relying on diets and feeling out-of-control around food. Heyday supports you in overcoming ‘all-or-nothing’ eating, eating for stress or boredom, and childhood eating habits.

Dr Bernadette Rock, Founder of HeyDay Weight Loss – a new online weight management and weight loss program – believes that the answer to maintaining a healthy weight throughout our lives lies in re-establishing our relationship with food as opposed to relying on diet sheets and exercise plans. By determining how much we eat, when we eat and why we eat are the key factors to maintaining a healthy weight from childhood right the way through our adult lives.

If you’re overly preoccupied with food and weight, find yourself drawn to the biscuit tin in the evenings or always ‘clearing’ your plate, then the HeyDay weight loss program is for you. HeyDay provides the very best encouragement and support, weekly check-ups to help you stay motivated and on track to achieving your weight loss goals. A detailed e-workbook of notes, worksheets and reminders are also included in the online weight loss program.

The HeyDay Online Weight Loss program, support and one to one consultations have been created by Dr Bernadette Rock and were developed out of her own personal experiences and difficulties with weight and eating habits. Bernadette’s PhD training in Sociology inspired her to set up Heyday, a weight management approach that is supportive, safe and confidential. The HeyDay weight loss program has been delivered in the Weight Management Clinic in Loughlinstown Hospital, with the support of Prof. Donal O’Shea.

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HeyDay Weight Loss does not provide medical advice, active participation necessary to help you lose weight, combined with regular exercise and healthy eating. *

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