For many years, and in the quest to find the best ways to lose weight, scientists have been looking for reasons why so many people overeat food that is so bad for us, food that is fatty, salty and sugary. There are many theories to explain this overindulgence, which is also linked to the increase in obesity and the inability to lose stomach fat.
Our Comfort Eating Weight Loss Plan and weight loss recipes aim to educate you and retrain your brain, so that you move away from the traditional unhealthy comfort foods and instead begin to enjoy a healthy eating plan and cleaner version of comfort eating.
Comfort Eating Weight Loss Plan
A lot of experts believe that people reach for comfort food for psychological reasons, both positive and negative, such as feeling happy and in the mood to celebrate or trying to cope with anxiety, boredom or sadness. Over the colder months, people also tend to reach for comfort foods, with many people gaining more than four kilograms over winter and gaining stomach fat.
Others have suggested that our preferences stem from our evolutionary background, that we are biologically programmed to crave certain foods that used to be hard to come by, but are now available in abundance – and do not often form part of a healthy eating plan.
Some suggest it’s our consumer culture that causes us to graze almost constantly. Then there are those who blame the food industry for making us hooked on their products through relentless advertising and even by adding ingredients that work like opiates, turning us into addicts.
Either way, we are on hand to help to show you the best ways to lose weight or to just be healthier.
And you can purchase our Comfort Weight loss recipes and healthy eating plan here, plus below is a preview of one of the delicious recipes you will find inside – Chicken & Buckwheat Noodle Soup
Chicken soup


  • 2 garlic cloves, finely sliced
  • 500ml reduced-salt chicken or veggie stock • 1 tbsp finely grated ginger
  • 500ml water
  • 600g organic skinless chicken
  • breast, thinly sliced • 300g mushrooms
  • 200g buckwheat noodles
  • 200g snow peas
  • 1⁄2 bunch broccoli, cut into florets
  • 200g baby spinach leaves
  • 1 bunch coriander, leaves washed and finely chopped
  • 1 tbsp tamari or soy sauce • 1 lemon


Combine garlic, stock, ginger, water, chicken and mushrooms in a large pot and bring to the boil. Reduce heat to medium-low and simmer for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, cook the buckwheat noodles according to packet directions and divide into serving bowls.
Add the snow peas and broccoli to chicken soup, followed by the spinach and coriander leaves.
Season with tamari or soy and a squeeze of lemon.
Pour soup over noodles to serve and enjoy as part of your healthy eating plan
Serves 4  – 477 calories per serve

Nutrition note: Despite its name, buckwheat is actually a seed and a great wheat substitute for people following a gluten-free diet
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Results from mums on the 28 Day Challenge

Mums lose an average of 4-6kg* (8-13 pounds) on our 28 Day Challenge and below are some of the amazing results from mums JUST LIKE YOU who are already using the 28 Day Challenge and losing tummy fat – make the change and join them today too!
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Annette Lost 20kgs* with the 28 Day Challenge 
Annette says: “The 28 Day Challenges have completely changed how I think about food and exercise. I am so much more aware of what I’m putting in my mouth each meal, rather than just mindlessly eating whatever was available or ‘easy’.
A year ago I’m pretty sure I could’ve bought shares in KanTong. Today I’d much rather whip up the healthy Lose Baby Weight Butter Chicken from scratch for myself and my family.
The beauty of the Challenges is that everything is there, right at your fingertips, for you to be successful. Customisable meal plans, shopping lists, hundreds of recipes with new ones being added all the time, tracking tools, the list goes on.
The simplicity of being prepared each week is what has consistently kept me on track.”
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