Pauline Kerkhoff was born and raised in the Netherlands, and has also lived in France and New Zealand. She is a passionate mother, passionate writer and a lover of life and people.
As a Dutch nutritionist / engineer she has helped lots of women lose weight successfully, and and she knows how it feels to deal with physical challenges, since she has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis since 2002.
As she was going through her divorce, in despite of all her knowledge she gained weight herself She says: I felt I was turning the lack of Love into Fat.
That was how the idea for her book was born: Turning Fat into Love, how to let go of your emotional mental and physical ballast so that you are free to achieve your dreams. She discovered that it is so important to let go of fears and tears (acronym FaT) before you can transform into your best and fittest and highest self.
Turning Fat into Love
If you struggle with your weight, you know that most weight-loss programs focus on getting more exercise or following a strict, high-maintenance diet. The problem is that changing habits from the outside just doesn’t last for most people. In Turning Fat into Love, Dutch dietician and nutritionist Pauline Kerkhoff explains that it is impossible to become happier and healthier by depriving yourself or judging yourself, but that love will transform you from the inside out. By learning how to take care of yourself first by “supersizing your heart” and “growing your brain,” Kerkhoff’s proven, transformative weight-loss program will equip you to lose not only your physical weight but your emotional and spiritual weight as well—and keep it off for good.