Weight Loss Go is a website and blog which is dedicated to providing no nonsense, easy to follow and easily workable weight loss tips that work. The website’s main contributor is author Terry Didcott, psychotherapist, weight loss hypnotherapist and nutritionist (retired).

He attended UCL Medical School in the early 1980s, going on to study clinical psychology at Birbeck College (University of London) then specialized in psychotherapy.

He later studied hypno-analysis with the International Association of Hypno-analysts (IAH) in the early 1990s, gaining membership to the exclusive National Council for Psychotherapists (NCP) in 1995. He is also a qualified nutritionist, enabling him to specialize in diet, nutrition and weight loss.

His expert contributions to this website have proved invaluable for its many regular readers and new visitors providing professional advice and informative articles backed up by many years in professional practice.

The mission of this site is to give you the tools to work with in as simple and plain spoken as we can. Its then up to you to use those tools in order to easily lose weight.

The amount of weight you will lose depends entirely upon you.

If you follow the weight loss tips given in these pages and don’t try to cheat, then you will gradually lose weight, little by little over a period of time that is as individual as each person reading this. This is the safest way to lose weight and gives you the best chance of ensuring the weight stays off.

Disclaimer:

The advice given in this website is free and has been researched and compiled from many credible sources. While the advice is easy to follow and requires no special equipment or training we understand that it may not be suitable for all people.  We accept no responsibility whatsoever for any adverse problems that may arise as a direct result of following and using this advice.

If you are in any doubt whatsoever as to whether any of the advice given anywhere in this website is suitable for you as an individual, it is recommended that you first consult your doctor or a qualified health professional to ascertain it suitability in your individual case before embarking upon any of the tips and advice contained herein.

Terry Didcott