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Trisha Lewis is on a mission to change her life and shed 13 stone – and she’s over halfway there. It hasn’t been easy. Failures, setbacks and curveballs have all been part of the journey, but Trisha wants to spread the message that weight loss doesn’t have to be about constant deprivation and self-punishment. The 21-Day Reset helps you build the foundations of a resilient weight-loss plan, so that when you fall off the wagon you don’t have to beat yourself up – you simply reset.
It contains everything you need to get back on track, from how to get into a positive state of mind to how to balance your needs for sleep, hydration, exercise and nutrition.
As a trained chef, Trisha believes in losing weight without losing flavour. The 21-Day Reset is packed with over 60 delicious, simple recipes with all the macros and calories counted, so you can follow a plan that suits your weight-loss goals or simply enjoy tasty, healthy food.
Get ready to discover the power of the reset button and kick-start your weight-loss journey!
Trisha Lewis grew up on a dairy farm in County Limerick. She studied Professional Cookery in CIT and for 13 years worked as the executive head chef of Jacobs on the Mall. In 2017 Trisha weighed in for a gastric bypass. She was 27 stone. She later cancelled the bypass, and then in 2018 she tipped the scales at 26 stone. At 25 stone, Trisha made the decision to document her weight-loss journey in the most public way possible by starting an Instagram page. She now has 187,000 followers, whom she lovingly calls her Transformers. In 2020, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Trisha was let go from work and ended up gaining two stone. But, in true Transformer style, she decided to tackle this new challenge and has since changed her career and lost the weight she gained. And, after a lot of self-reflection, Trisha realised she needed extra help for her binge eating disorder and joined therapy. Now eight stone lighter, Trisha has given up smoking and is the happiest she has ever been.